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September 25, 2003 | Heidi Siegmund Cuda, Special to The Times
For nearly three decades, the Coconut Teaszer was a bastion of L.A. rock. Bands such as the Wallflowers, Alien Ant Farm and Weezer had weekly residencies at the Sunset Strip nightclub and each walked away with major label deals. In recent years, however, the Teaszer sort of limped along. The club started losing bands to nightclubs with state-of-the-art sound systems and user-friendly environments. Despite its history, which included the first L.A.
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September 25, 2003 | Heidi Siegmund Cuda, Special to The Times
For nearly three decades, the Coconut Teaszer was a bastion of L.A. rock. Bands such as the Wallflowers, Alien Ant Farm and Weezer had weekly residencies at the Sunset Strip nightclub and each walked away with major label deals. In recent years, however, the Teaszer sort of limped along. The club started losing bands to nightclubs with state-of-the-art sound systems and user-friendly environments. Despite its history, which included the first L.A.
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January 28, 1993 | Greg Johnson / Times staff writer
Nightclub to Open: If Stallone, Madonna and Prince tire of fighting traffic on Sunset Boulevard, home to the stylish Roxbury supper and dancing club, they'll soon be able to instead stroll down to Orange County, where a sister club is about to open. The "multiconcept entertainment venue" will open at Hutton Centre in Santa Ana, filling the space formerly occupied by Hubert's. The club's operators are Elie and Demitri Samaha of Los Angeles. They plan a gala opening on Feb. 26.
FOOD
March 2, 2005 | Leslee Komaiko
Eric GREENSPAN, the 29-year-old chef with the impressive resume (he was executive chef at the old Patina), who opened Meson G on Melrose Avenue in November, was given his walking papers Sunday night by owners Tim and Liza Goodell. The news came for Greenspan and sous-chef Dan Newell, who was also told the night was his last, after a long day and night cooking for In Style magazine's Oscar party. It didn't come as a total surprise to Greenspan.
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