Category Archive: foodie alert

West Covina: Myung Dong Tofu House

After traveling, I always want to get a comforting meal. I usually do noodles but Korean tofu soup sounded. It was in between lunch and dinner so we went looking for something open… Continue reading

Lunch at Pizzeria Mozza

New Year’s Eve- where should we go to carbo load? As a good “food baller,” I knew it was important to eat well if I planned to indulge a bit for New Year’s… Continue reading

Highland Park: Dinner at Sonny’s Hideaway

I recently checked out Sonny’s Hideaway for dinner. I had previously been for drinks and put it as part of a Highland Park bar crawl a few months ago. I’ve been dying to… Continue reading

Hollywood: Cocktails and Seafood at Acabar

Acabar in Hollywood opened late this summer and took over an old Moroccan restaurant’s space and kept a lot of the look and feel of the place. The beautiful bar is new and… Continue reading

San Gabriel: Hot Pot at Lu Gi

  A few weeks ago we had record breaking low temperatures driving people seeking warm and comforting food. I opted for hot pot. Lu Gi is one of the popular spots in the… Continue reading

First Look at Walter Manzke’s Long Awaited Republique

Years in the making, Chef Walter Manzke’s Republique is now open. My fine dining partner and I made reservations but it turned out the restaurant wasn’t officially open yet.  Luckily for us, the… Continue reading

Beverly Hills: Cocktails and Dim Sum at Hakkasan

Hakkasan in Beverly Hills recently opened to much excitement. I had heard so much about the tasty food at other locations and was excited Los Angeles got its own Hakkasan. There is a… Continue reading

Venice: Checking Out Scopa Italian Roots for Heros and Cocktails

There are only a few places that make me wish I live on the West Side. The new Scopa Italian Roots is one such place. Opened by Steve Livigni and Pablo Moix, they… Continue reading

West Hollywood: American Dim Sum at The Church Key

The Church Key opened in West Hollywood less than two months ago and it’s already a smash hit. Taking inspiration from San Francisco’s State Bird Provisions and the Chinese tradition of dim sum,… Continue reading

Culver City: Burgers and Cocktails at Father’s Office

There are some who would say Father’s Office has the best burger in Los Angeles. It’s definitely one of my favorite burgers. It has a colorful past where lines were drawn over the… Continue reading