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December 30, 1999 | ANGELA PETTERA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Tengu Very Much: Tengu, a new sushi restaurant that also wants to be a hip lounge, has just moved into Westwood. The owners, both South African, are two Garden of Eden alumni (Alan Nathan was its director of promotions, and Anton Posniak tended bar there). Posniak studied in Japan, hence the sushi. The name Tengu comes from two Japanese characters that loosely translate as "god of mischief." Says Nathan, "We've basically fused a beautiful lounge with a restaurant."
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FOOD
April 23, 2003 | S. Irene Virbila, Times Staff Writer
Ibrahim Ferrer of the Buena Vista Social Club just released a new album, and as I listened to his tender, age-roughened voice, it reminded me how much the group had to do with America rediscovering Cuba -- warts and all. The sentiment is bittersweet, tinged with nostalgia for pre-Castro Cuba and the days when Hemingway haunted the Floridita in Havana. Now embroidered guayabera shirts, big vintage automobiles in jellybean colors and sugary mojitos are part of the vocabulary of L.A.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 23, 2003 | Maria Elena Fernandez, Times Staff Writer
The crowd outside Hollywood's newest club, the White Lotus, was begging to be seen Friday night, begging to be let inside the GQ magazine party. About 100 of them crammed behind the velvet rope in an anxious, unorganized throng. It's the kind of scene that club owners desire: hipsters desperate to get inside an exclusive party. And it's the kind of scene that Los Angeles Fire Inspector Robert Gladden sizes up for its potential hazards.
REAL ESTATE
May 4, 2003 | Ruth Ryon, Times Staff Writer
Comic Ellen DeGeneres has purchased a Hollywood Hills home on almost two acres for $6 million, real estate sources say. The asking price was close to $7.3 million. In February, the comedian lost a bidding war on another Hollywood Hills home that was sold for about $4.5 million to "Friends" star Courteney Cox and her husband, actor David Arquette.
FOOD
May 12, 2004 | Julia Gaynor, Special to The Times
You know a restaurant is scorchingly hot when you dial 411 for the number and the operator says you're the fifth person that day who's asked for the same restaurant. So it was the week before last with Lincoln Steakhouse Americana, the hip new, Atkins-friendly, mock-retro, highly designed steakhouse in Santa Monica. Lincoln is the latest venture from the team that brought us hip sushi at Tengu in Westwood, hip Cuban food at Paladar in Hollywood and the hip clubs Nacional and Ivar.
NEWS
July 3, 2003 | Maria Elena Fernandez, Times Staff Writer
The List used to be long and laborious. It's now just a formality. The bouncers were robotic and unforgiving. These days, they are friendly and inviting. The secret patio's sexy cabanas were exclusive hideaways for superstars such as Mark Wahlberg and Jennifer Lopez. They now are within everyone's reach.
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