Euro-Fusion Joint to Replace Q-Cina Green Cafe

Bald Crow is featuring a mix of Mediterranean, Italian and German dishes, according to its owner.

Euro-fusion restaurant Bald Crow is opening at the former location of which shuttered this summer.

The new eatery, located at 5650 Cahuenga Blvd, is opening in two weeks and will offer a mix of Mediterranean, Italian, German and Armenian dishes, said owner Davit Davtian.

He said he also plans on displaying and selling paintings by local artists.

Bald Crow is the first restaurant venture for Davtian, who has a background in liquidation as well as sculpting.

Laura September 04, 2012 at 05:36 PM
Sounds interesting.
Jean Jeunet September 04, 2012 at 08:42 PM
I hope they learn from the mistakes of Q-Cina to be successful. #1, make sure the food tastes good. The original owner was amazing and there was always a healthy flow of traffic in the cafe. When the ownership changed, with him went the taste. #2, hopefully they are cafe style and not table service. It's too casual an area to do that.


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