Here's what you missed this week on Clean Plate Charlie:
Bill Citara highlighted one of our favorite cheap wines: Robert Mondavi Syrah.
A brand new restaurant opened in downtown Hollywood, and Eric Barton wrote up a quick take on Satoro's tapas plates.
Love Bites this week takes on a Transylvanian restaurant in Hollywood.
Charlie stole a recipe for one of Canyon's most popular dishes: Stuffed Poblano pepper.
John Linn gives his impressions of Michelle Bernstein's Omphoy.
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