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With Opening Close, Cole's Launches New Website

By Eric Richardson
Published: Monday, November 03, 2008, at 07:29AM
Cole's Neon Gets Relit Eric Richardson [Flickr]

With its opening nearing, Cole's French Dip launched a new website on Friday. While still light on content, there's word on hours and a few tightly cropped shots of the bar's interior.

The site also lists a "100 Anniversary Celebration" taking place Thursday, December 4th, through Saturday, December 6th.

Downtowner's can look forward to another weekend lunch option in the Historic Core. Though certainly these could change, hours are listed at 11am to 2am Wednesday through Saturday, with an earlier 11pm close Sunday through Tuesday. A soft-open could come in roughly two weeks depending on final inspections.

When visiting the site, be sure to note the quiz game. Visitors get to answer six Cole's related trivia questions. Those who answer successfully get entered in a drawing that will give away one french dip sandwich daily and a Cole's t-shirt weekly.

Cole's is being reopened by 213 Downtown LA, Cedd Moses' ever-growing Downtown bar empire. 213 also runs the Golden Gopher, Broadway Bar, Seven Grand and The Doheny, and is under construction on the Santa Fe, located across the street from Cole's.

Update (10am): Updated the story to remove some outdated info after talking to 213.

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