Guy Fieri Invades The Golden State; Nobu Malibu Now Serving Lunch

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"These bros are rockin' gnarly burgers and brews, brah." Photo: Tatiana Arbogast

Arcadia: 626 Night Market is coming back to Santa Anita Park this June, July and August. [GS]
Baja: Michael Zislis and Gene Simmons are bringing Rock 'n Brews to Cabo San Lucas. Sammy Hagar is going to be pissed! [LAT]
Brentwood: Tavern is changing up its format to start serving its lunch and dinner menus all day in every part of the restaurant, as well as adding daily family dinner dishes like paella on Wednesdays and roasted chicken on Sundays. [GS]
Citywide: Ricky Piña is on the hunt for a new location for Ricky's Fish Tacos. [LAW]
Downtown: Daily Dose is welcoming Dante's Fried Chicken for a brunch pop-up on March 24, offering scrambled eggs with heirloom fingerling potatoes, fried chicken, and one secret collaborative sauce on a $15 menu served from 11:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. [GS]
The Grove: On March 13, Gordon Ramsay's The Fat Cow will begin "Beer n' Bangers," offering a $42 three-course menu of British sausages and beer pairings, with the first featuring Toad in the Hole with beer-braised brats in Yorkshire pudding batter. [GS]

Hollywood: Dustin Hoffman got loose-loose with it by bringing 7 Leguas tequila to The Oscars. [LA Mag]
Malibu: Nobu Malibu started serving lunch last Friday, offering sushi with your dolphin sightings, as well as a selection of Gregorio Stephenson's brunch dishes like "bagel and lox" crispy rice and truffle steak and eggs. [GS]
Mid-City: Guy Fieri featured The Golden State on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives this week. [Zagat]
Phelan: Some snot-nosed punk swiped a grip of Girl Scout Cookie money from oft their table, earning his first merit badge for being a total dick. [LAT]
Santa Barbara: The city will play host to Edible Communities Publications' Edible Institute seminars, a weekend-long look into sustainable food policy and practices. [LAT]
Santa Monica: A new Chinese restaurant named Face is taking over the Fraiche space. Unless it serves actual face meat, which we'd be kind of into, it's officially going into the box labeled "worst names ever." [Eater]
Silver Lake: El Cochinito is hosting a pop-up series called Post Service Supper, welcoming different chefs each month for a $45 four course menu. [Eater]
West Hollywood: Take a gander at AOC's new brunch. [LAist]
Venice: A new company called The Venice Merchant (get it, get it?) is now delivering locally sourced produce, meats, cheeses, and breads to the 90291. [Yo! Venice!]
West L.A.: Tsujita's forthcoming extension will be named The Annex and serve a ramen-based menu. [Eater]