Cabo Cantina Bans Raiders Games; Saints & Sinners Changing Into Oldfield's Liquor Room

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Raider Nation does get a little rowdy at times. Photo: The Junes via Flickr

Culver City: The neighborhood's new Ramen Yamadaya outpost has added a few new dishes, like ramen fried rice and takoyaki. [Midtown Lunch]
Downtown: The San Fernando Valley's Blue Collar Grill opened in Downtown last week to serve cheesesteaks, burgers, and deep-fried potato chips to the neighborhood's International Food Court. [Eater]
Glendale: Aidan Demarest's Neat is now open and serving 251 spirits in cocktails that are straight-forward and take about 30 seconds to make. The bar star also plans to highlight the spirits' distillers in the near future. [Feast]
Highland Park: The Heritage Square Museum is recreating a vintage neighborhood drug store called Simmon's. Make sure to get your fill of Detoxol! [The Eastsider LA]

Hollywood: The web series Breakfast for Dinner is shooting at Harvard & Stone tonight from 8:00 to 10:00 P.M. All are invited to attend. [Squid Ink]
Mid-City: Wild Oats Cafe has called it quits. [Eater]
Palms: Saints and Sinners is being re-branded by the 1933** Group to become Oldfield's Liquor Room. Sounds old-timey! [Eater]
Pasadena: Settebello Pizzeria gets high marks from Tony Chen, who calls it the best pie east of the 110. [SinoSoul]
Redondo Beach: L.A. Beer Week kicks off tonight at Naja's Place, with the crew from Stone Brewing Co. [Squid Ink]
Venice: Cabo Cantina has banned Raiders games for the time being, because some of the team's fan continue to act like a bunch of jerks. Maybe they were just mourning Al Davis the only way they knew how? [Yo! Venice!]
--Market Gourmet closed up shop on Abbot-Kinney this past Friday. [Yo! Venice!]
West Hollywood: EVO opened up on Sunset with a vegan-friendly menu that includes portobello sliders on foccacia. [Quarry Girl]

**Duh us, not the 213 Group!!