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MOCA changes food vendors

September 18, 2009|David Ng

The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles is set to unveil a new cafe at its main Grand Avenue location this month. But the museum's food vendor for the last 15 years, Patina Restaurant Group, will not be involved.

A MOCA spokeswoman said that the museum's 15-year contract with Patina has come to an end. The new eatery, called Lemonade at MOCA, will be operated by Jackson Catering. The food services company was created by chef Alan Jackson, who also runs the chain of Lemonade restaurants and cafes in the L.A. area.

MOCA said Jackson Catering will provide exclusive catering services for the museum, though bidding is open for certain special events.

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David Ng

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