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Your Table is Ready: This Week in New Restaurants & Bars

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Right now in new restaurants and bars: The Border Grill Stop sets up shop in a DTLA kiosk, Cafe Habana brings Cuban flair to Malibu by way of NYC, a long-time coffeehouse space morphs into a wine bar called Vintage Enoteca, and there's another new wine bar, Noir, in Mid-City. Ladies and gentlemen, your table is ready.

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