Category Archive: food

Koreatown: Dosirak and KBBQ at Kang Hodong Baekjeong

  Some say to find good food, follow your nose. But I say use your eyes and see where the lines are. There’s invariably a large crowd gathered in front of Kang Hodong… Continue reading

Denver: Brunch at Table 6

  As it turns out, Denver wasn’t a bad town for brunch. We hit up Table 6 on our last day for interesting food options. Table 6 has only a beer and wine license so… Continue reading

Denver: Modern Scandinavian at Trillium

  In the touristy area of Five Points in Denver, we stumbled across Trillium, a modern Scandinavian restaurant across the street from Star Bar. The menu was divided into a smorgasbord section, small… Continue reading

Denver: Brunch at Beast + Bottle

We stayed at a nearby Airbnb and so it was an easy walk over to Beast + Bottle. It’s in a cute area of Denver with lots of shops and other interesting restaurants… Continue reading

Denver: Getting Porky with Old Major

  Like any good farm to table restaurant that’s all about seasonal, Old Major changes their menu on the regular. But the one thing that remains constant is the dedication to bringing good… Continue reading

Culver City: Get Your Tickets for the Prohibition Ball at the Culver Hotel

  Prohibition may be over but it’s just in time for the Culver Hotel‘s 90th Anniversary party! The Culver Hotel is celebrating by holding the Prohibition Ball this Saturday, September 6. The Hotel… Continue reading

Denver Favorites: Cheesesteak at Denver Ted’s, Corvus Coffee and The Source

  On our first day in Denver, we tried Denver Ted’s for cheesesteaks. It seemed like an agreeable place where regulars got to-go orders and others stuck around for a board game and… Continue reading

Denver Bar Crawl: Williams and Graham, Ste. Ellie and Star Bar

  Years ago, I met Sean Kenyon at Manhattan Cocktail Classic and I always wanted to go to his bar, Williams and Graham in Denver. I’ve admired his writing and his bar is consistently rated… Continue reading

DTLA: Hand Rolls at KazuNori

  KazuNori, the original hand roll bar, rolled out in Downtown Los Angeles this month. From the legendary Nozawa team which brought Angelenos the affordable Sugarfish, this latest concept is pure genius. Capitalizing… Continue reading

DTLA: Getting Soupy with Tang

  The Korean spot Tang just opened up in Little Tokyo. Funny enough, it’s just above Tangerine on the third level of Weller Court. Tang however does not refer to the powdered drink,… Continue reading