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Here are the 5 freshest new businesses to open in Los Angeles

Interested in getting intel on the newest restaurant and retail additions to Los Angeles? From a Korean steakhouse to a pole dance fitness studio, read on for the newest spots to land near you.

Absteak By Chef Akira Back

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Absteak By Chef Akira Back is a steakhouse and Korean spot, offering barbecue and more, that recently opened at 8500 Beverly Blvd., Suite 111 in Beverly Grove. On the menu, look for crispy pork belly kimbap, grilled bone marrow and miso-glazed eggplant.

"ABSteak by a Michelin-starred chef Akira Back is a revolutionary modern Korean steakhouse, combining and refining the best elements from Korean barbecue and classic American steakhouse," according to the business' Facebook page.

9th St Ramen

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Wander over to 111 W. Ninth St. downtown and you'll find 9th St Ramen, a new spot to score ramen and more. Yelpers are fans of 9th St Ramen: It's got five stars out of 14 reviews, so far. The restaurant serves pork fried rice, spicy lamb ramen, and pork and shrimp gyoza. View the menu here.

Go Get Em Tiger X Cinerama

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Go Get Em Tiger X Cinerama is a spot to score coffee, tea and more, that's made its debut at 6360 Sunset Blvd. in Hollywood. The menu features almond macadamia latte, oat milk cappuccino and housemade chai.

Halo Aesthetics Bar

Photo: Halo Aesthetics Bar/Yelp

Stroll past 8000 Sunset Blvd., Suite B145 in Hollywood Hills West and you'll find Halo Aesthetics Bar, a medical spa, skin care and IV hydration spot. Services include microdermabrasion, facial contouring and microneedling. Check out the full menu of services here.

The business offers affordable, safe and painless treatments, according to the business' Facebook page, "We offer affordable, safe and painless treatments for people of all ages."

POL

Photo: POL/Yelp

POL is a dance studio and pole dancing class spot that opened recently at 11834 Teale St. in Playa Vista. With five stars out of eight reviews, it's proven popular with Yelpers.

The business is "a boutique pole dance [and] movement studio dedicated to your transformation," reads its Facebook page.


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