Canyon Bistro Burglarized

Sign of the times? The boarded-up window will be replaced and “We move on,” says owner Larry Cohn.

Word went out quickly the weekend of April 18 that someone had broken into the Canyon Bistro.

When asked about the incident, owner Larry Cohn didn’t “care to make a big deal about it. The guy was arrested. We move on. Business is steady and keeps my core crew working. We had 18 employees, we’re down to seven now. I just need our community to know we are there for them.”

Order takeout for pickup: Tuesday, 12-3 p.m.; through Sunday,4-8 p.m. They have added Steak Frites and Bistro Hot Wings to the menu.

Missing Happy Hour? The Bistro has started the pandemic version offering wine and beer to go, 50% off the entire list every Wednesday 4-6 p.m.


To see the menu and order:; (310) 455-7800.


Flavia Potenza

Flavia Potenza is executive editor of the Messenger Mountain News. She is also a founding member of the 40-year old Topanga Messenger that closed its doors in 2016. She can be reached at

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