This Week in L.A. Food News: May 10 Edition

The good, the bad, AND the ugly

It’s Friday afternoon. The clock is ticking slower than ever and you’ve already mentally checked out at work. To help pass the time, we present a weekly recap of some of the food-focused gems we’ve mined from our own site and from friends around the interwebs, to help keep you in the know. Read on and try to enjoy your last few hours of office thumb twiddling… that drink will be in your hand soon enough. 

The Good:
1943 Landmark Twohey’s Restaurant to Kick Off 70th Anniversary Celebration [Pasadena Now] 
A Big Bowl of Fresh Air as Chego! Settles Into Chinatown [L.A. Mag Digest]
A Mother’s Day Guide: Where to Shop, Where to Eat [Eater L.A./Racked L.A.]

Ludo Lefebvre, Evan Kleiman and 11 More L.A Chefs Share Food Lessons Learned from Mom + Grandma [Squid Ink] 
The Source Restaurant: The ’70s vegan cultural hot spot gets a pop-up, documentary [Daily Dish]

Hollywood Bowl to Debut A New Wine Bar This Summer [L.A. Mag Digest]
Abigaile Team Conceiving A New Restaurant In Manhattan Beach [Grub Street L.A.]

The Bad:
Storefront in Los Feliz Closing Today [Squid Ink]
Norm’s Closing 49-Year Old Santa Monica Location [Grub Street L.A.]
Time Runs Out for 5-Second Rule + Bacteria Is the Winner in Beer Pong [Squid Ink] 
Historic lesbian bar The Palms set to close in West Hollywood [Daily Dish]
Posting pictures of meals online? You may have health problems [CBCNews]

The Ugly:
Whole Foods Mix-Up Lands Chicken in Vegan Salad [ABC News]