5 Summer openings you need to know about

hooray henry's

Because restaurants and bars open up more often than... um... (NOTE: Insert Miley Cyrus joke here that CNN will put on the front page of their site, despite being very, very offended), here're the most recently opened spots to eat and drink in LA that you should definitely hit up now.

EMC Seafood, Los Angeles
EMC Facebook

EMC Seafood And Raw Bar
Occupying a solid piece of corner K-town real estate, this is the drop for anyone who doesn't want to travel to either side of the city for Water Grill action but still wants to down some real-deal raw bar eats and crazy cooked foods, like steamed lemon-pepper Dungeness crab and uni kongee.
Full menu? Right here.

Hooray Henry's, Los Angeles
Hooray Henry's

Hooray Henry's
The newest clubtacular spot from the H.Wood guys and their designer homie from BUILT ( who've previously collab'd on SHOREbar and Bootsy Bellows) is this glitzy, Brit-themed bottle-service center, which's got wacky nightly performances as well as an actual specialty drink menu.
The full deal's on their FB

V Restaraunt, Malibu
V Restaurant

V Restaurant
In true Malibuvian fashion, V's a farm-fresh, seafood-centric, pretty classy eatery right along PCH, with housemade tagliatelle w/ wild boar ragout and diver scallops crusted w/ the Egyptian herb dukkah, which is probably the kind of person you'd be if you were trying to save your head in Egypt... these days, anyways.
Make your rezzie at their website

Village Tavern, Glendale
Village Tavern

Village Tavern
This warm-feeling neighborhood barstaurant's got a kickin' curated craft beer list with Green Flash and Golden Road Kolsch, as well as food like Mexican BBQ pulled-pork tacos and guac-loaded corn on the cob.
The full menu's here

33 Taps, Hollywood
33 Taps

33 Taps
Replacing Dillon's Irish Pub is this sports bar/beer house with... waitforit... 33 taps (including Angeleno and Franziskaner, among the usual suspects), as well as upped-ante grub like pulled-pork sliders w/ apple-bacon coleslaw and beer-battered mac and cheese.
Here's the menu for your perusal