The restaurant that charges different prices for the same meal based on neighborhood income is expanding

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From even more avocado toast in downtown to a restaurant inspired by a Hollywood backlot, here’s what’s happening in the Los Angeles food-and-drink world.

Prices will vary: Everytable, the South Central restaurant with the variable pricing model (the food is priced based on neighborhood income), has expanded to Baldwin Hills, downtown L.A. and Santa Monica. The Baldwin Hills location will open Saturday. The restaurants, opened by Sam Polk, a former Wall Street hedge fund trader, and David Foster, a former private equity executive, feature grab-and-go bowls of food that you can microwave and eat at the restaurant or take home. Chef Jessica Spear was named the head of the Everytable culinary team, and she’s building on the menu chef Craig Hopson created when the first restaurant opened in July 2016.  On the menu are chicken tamales with red chile sauce and, for a kids meal, almond and pecan-crusted chicken nuggets with creamed corn. The downtown and Santa Monica locations will open soon. Multiple locations at www.everytable.com.

More avo toast: Clark Street Bread, the Grand Central Market cart that baker Zack Hall opened two years ago, is expanding to include an actual counter space with plenty of avocado toast. Hall is now offering a breakfast toast bar and sandwich menu along with his loaves of bread and croissants. You can now order avocado toast, ricotta toast, granola, turkey and pesto sandwiches, and roasted beet and goat cheese sandwiches from the counter. 317 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, (213) 624-2378, clarkstreetbakery.com.

Eating for a cause: Dozens of L.A. restaurants are participating in Make March Matter, the month-long initiative to support Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. During the month of March, the Arthur J in Manhattan Beach will donate 100% of the sales from its confetti cake; Stk restaurant in Westwood will donate a portion of the proceeds from every Moscow Mule cocktail purchased; Manhattan Beach Post will donate 100% of the sales from its coconut soft serve; and if you post a drink from Alfred Coffee locations on social media with the hashtag #MakeMarchMatter, the coffee shop will donate $1 to the hospital. More participating restaurants and shops can be found at www.makemarchmatter.org.

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