LOS ANGELES Howitzers are likely unappreciated at Henry’s Hat, one of Los Angeles’ newest gastro-pubs. But feel free to sink another guest’s battleship. Ditto for toppling a dinner partner’s pile of blocks, swooping up the whole table’s hearts, castling your rook, double-jumping a date, or scoring big with X-Y-L-O-P-H-O-N-E. Old-fashioned parlor games, from Scrabble to Battleship, chess, checkers, Jenga and cards, are a big part of the place’s attempt to keep patrons coming back. And, said ...
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