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DTLA-After a one-month closure, the French restaurant Church & State has reopened for business, albeit with a new ownership team at the helm.

The Arts District restaurant explosion continues with the opening of chef Hiroo Nagahara’s love letter to bao, the doughy, billowy steamed buns found across Asian cuisines.

There’s been a change at Clayton’s Public House. Owners Elizabeth Peterson-Gower and Tony Gower announced that James Wakefield has taken over as executive chef at the year-old restaurant in the Spring Arcade Building.

A bit of Southern comfort is now available in the Fashion District. With a moniker befitting the neighborhood, Denim the Eatery will hold a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, May 17.

DTLA—Another iconic Downtown Los Angeles restaurant has closed. This time, it’s Traxx, which had drawn diners to Union Station for more than two decades.