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It may look like unassuming concrete at first glance, but the curb could be the most valuable piece of real estate in Los Angeles.

“There’s gold in those hills—we gotta monetize the curb!” is the general sentiment, according to Seleta Reynolds, general manager of the L.A. Department of Transportation. Reynolds joined other panelists at the Curbivore conference in Downtown L.A. on Friday to discuss the opportunities and challenges that curbside spaces present for businesses and municipalities alike.

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If you want to save the restaurant industry, you’re going to have to pay as a consumer, according to panelists at the Curbivore conference in Downtown Los Angeles on Friday.

During a panel moderated by dot.LA reporter Keerthi Vedantam, restaurateurs and founders weighed in on the highs and lows of the industry since the pandemic first shut down in-person dining establishments nationwide in early 2020.

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