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Downtown L.A. Getting Four New Hot Spots, Including Ebanos Crossing

Looking ahead at Orsa & Winston, Sushi Zo, and a new spot from the guys behind The Churchill.

The Pueblocita at Ebanos Crossing

Last Thursday evening, Ebanos Crossing, an exciting new bar and restaurant from Phil Ward (formerly of New York's Death & Co.) and partner Justin Shapiro (Mayahuel) softly opened its doors to the public. Located on the corner of Hill and 2nd, the lounge-like bar looks like the inside of a black box theatre, except with a few vibrant flourishes. Ebanos' long cocktail list seems like it might fit in with those at L.A.'s most notorious craft cocktail institutions. Stay tuned for a closer look, coming soon from Caroline on Crack.

While downtown's Grand Central Market continues its renaissance, several other significant dining additions are expected downtown this year. Here's a look ahead.

http://www.lamag.com/Pics/arrow.png Orsa & Winston: From chef Josef Centeno (Bäco Mercat, Bar Amá) comes this, a new Italian spot. Centeno has been characteristically quiet about the details, but we hear that his newest place could be open this Fall. » 122 W. 4th Street.

http://www.lamag.com/Pics/arrow.png Sushi Zo: The original Palms location of this sushi emporium does quite well, and even made it onto our list of L.A.'s top 15 sushi restaurants. It's now set to expand in a big way into a new development on Main near Third in downtown's Old Bank District. An opening date is about a month away. » 334 S. Main Street.

http://www.lamag.com/Pics/arrow.png fifty seven: Over in the Arts District, where Bestia is still drawing crowds, comes a new concept from Cardiff Giant group (the guys behind The Hudson and The Churchill). This is the new project involving David Nayfeld. Each season, a new chef will take over the kitchen, bar, and overall vibe.

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