Category Archive: food

West Hollywood: Return to Connie & Ted’s

  My friend and I were jonesing for a seafood fest so we headed to Connie & Ted’s. I had not been since they opened. I’m glad to see it’s still going strong.… Continue reading

Pasadena: Cocktails and Burgers at La Grande Orange

I recently went to La Grande Orange for a friend’s birthday. I hadn’t been in years but she loves their kale salad. We ate in the bar so I had a chance to… Continue reading

DTLA: The Reuben at Casey’s Irish Pub

Casey’s in Downtown Los Angeles is probably best known for their St. Patrick’s day activities but it’s also a good place to go for classic pub grub like fish and chips. I also… Continue reading

Glendale: Sushi and More at Ichiban

  Sometimes I have to keep in mind a review site’s average of 4 stars doesn’t translate to actual 4 stars. Or rather, I should take into consideration some things such as the… Continue reading

Ugly Drum’s Pastrami Project Tour at Mendocino Farms

      Last month I had a chance to try the Ugly Drum pastrami as part of their pop-up at Mendocino Farms. Now everyone will have a chance at this fantastic pastrami.… Continue reading

DTLA: EightyTwo Bar and Arcade Now Open

  EightyTwo barcade is now open in Downtown Los Angeles in the Arts District. It borders Little Tokyo at 3rd and Alameda. EightyTwo features two rooms of games including one just for pinball.… Continue reading

Koreatown: Getting Beefy with Piedmontese Beef at Star King BBQ

  Korean BBQ in LA just went next level. Star King BBQ introduced Piedmontese beef about a year ago but only recently brought in the tomahawk cut. The huge steak feeds four or… Continue reading

DTLA: City Tavern at 7th & Figueroa Now Open

City Tavern located at 7th + Fig in Downtown Los Angeles is now open. Much like its Culver City sibling, City Tavern serves up a menu of gastropub nosh, craft beer and cocktails… Continue reading

Koreatown: Almost All the Cocktails at Pot Bar at the Line Hotel

The Lobby bar affectionately known as the Pot bar was the first Roy Choi spot to open at the new Line Hotel in Koreatown. I heard about Roy opening a restaurant at the… Continue reading

Little Tokyo: Dinner at Fickle

Little Tokyo is not too far from the Music Center campus which includes the Walt Disney Concert Hall, Ahmanson Theatre, Mark Taper Forum and the Dorothy Chandler. I’m frequently over there and am… Continue reading