Four Oaks
I’m super interested in seeing what this becomes over the next 6 months.  This is from Eater LA’s site but it sounds promising!!! 
In 1987 Ruth Reichl, then at The Times, gave a mixed review to Four Oaks on Beverly Glen, the French restaurant (formerly Cafe Four Oaks) operated by “Henri Labadie (who was the first maitre d’ at Spago), Michel Blanchard (who ran Le Castel in San Francisco) and chef Claude Segal (who went from Ma Maison to Bistango).”
But fast forward to the present and Four Oaks, on the market for $3.5 million, finally has new owners. After six years of non-use, Robert Walsh, a landscape designer and organic produce farmer, and Sandra Costa, a sustainable restaurant designer, have signed a 20 year lease for the property.  READ MORE

Four Oaks

I’m super interested in seeing what this becomes over the next 6 months.  This is from Eater LA’s site but it sounds promising!!! 

In 1987 Ruth Reichl, then at The Times, gave a mixed review to Four Oaks on Beverly Glen, the French restaurant (formerly Cafe Four Oaks) operated by “Henri Labadie (who was the first maitre d’ at Spago), Michel Blanchard (who ran Le Castel in San Francisco) and chef Claude Segal (who went from Ma Maison to Bistango).”

But fast forward to the present and Four Oaks, on the market for $3.5 million, finally has new owners. After six years of non-use, Robert Walsh, a landscape designer and organic produce farmer, and Sandra Costa, a sustainable restaurant designer, have signed a 20 year lease for the property.  READ MORE