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P. Gators Construction 4-6 Weeks Away From Finishing

The Creole restaurant has been under construction for about nine months.

Construction on Creole restaurant P. Gators is about four to six weeks away from completion, though an opening date is uncertain for now, says owner Paul Hiles.

Work began nine months ago on the eatery at the ground level of the Milano at NoHo complex at 11049 Magnolia Blvd.

Progress was slow due the installation of an exhaust system that spans from the P Gators to the sixth floor, Hiles said.

He said he'll have a better idea in a few weeks of when the restaurant would open its doors.

Once in business, P. Gators will serve up a "healthier version" of traditional Creole dishes like mac and cheese and jambalaya, Hiles said.

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Jack M August 28, 2012 at 04:00 PM
Great. Looking forward to trying it. That's what we need in NoHo, more unique restaurants like this one. Not another Chipolte... Groan.
Bob Peppermuller August 28, 2012 at 05:53 PM
9 months? I have been watching that space as a work-in-progress for the last several years. Now more uncertainity? You have the sign up so now give us NoHo folk and visitors a new opportunity to savor regional dishes.
LABornAndRaised August 29, 2012 at 06:11 AM
Nice to see this Mixed-use complex allows businesses to put up actual signs promoting their business on the building. Nice sign BTW. It's too bad the Lofts at NoHo Commons doesn't.


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