Explore the newest businesses to debut in Los Angeles

Kensho Hollywood. | Photo: Lucia L./Yelp

Interested in getting intel on the newest restaurant and retail additions to Los Angeles? From a bar to a coffee house, read on to see the newest hot spots to make their debut around town.


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New to 5684 York Blvd. in Highland Park is Barcade, a bar, arcade and New American spot. The bar features over 70 retro arcade games and small-batch craft beer. This is the largest Barcade location and first on the West Coast.

Song Hak

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Song Hak is a Korean spot, offering barbecue and more, that's made its debut at 356 S. Western Ave., Suite 201 in Koreatown. Enjoy Korean barbecue dishes such as beef intestine, short rib and pork belly, as well as noodle bowls and sides like corn cheese, steamed egg and fried rice. 

As stated on the business' Facebook page, "Song Hak is an authentic Korean barbecue restaurant, well known for its premium quality meats and special beef intestine barbecue menus."

Kensho Hollywood

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Head over to 1999 N. Sycamore Ave. in Hollywood Hills and you'll find Kensho Hollywood, a wine/sake bar and Japanese cafe, offering coffee, tea and more. The restaurant is currently in its soft open stage, with a menu that features fresh burrata, somen noodles in chilled soy broth, roasted heart of palm with cured trout roe and black cod with matcha beurre blanc. 

Honey & Bacon Coffee House

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Stop by 5016 Melrose Ave. in Larchmont and you'll find Honey & Bacon Coffee House, a spot to score coffee, tea and more. The name comes from the Polish saying "Miod z Boczkiem” (honey with bacon) to mean something is delicious.

Started by Polish immigrants, the cafe integrates Polish hospitality and home cooking to create a sense of community, according to its website.  It offers handcrafted coffee and tea drinks, as well as a food menu that features toasts and sandwiches. (View it menu here.)

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