SF: Lunch at Slanted Door

There were a few different reasons why I wanted to try Slanted Door. Sometime in December, I came across an article about handmade marshmallows featuring Chartreuse. These marshmallows were part a hot chocolate… Continue reading

SF: Lunch at the Ferry Building

When I was last in San Francisco, I was enchanted by the Ferry Building and its Farmers Market. We’re supposed to be getting something similar for the Dining Deck at the Santa Monica… Continue reading

Best Pizza Search in SF: Tony’s Pizza

Before I left for SF, I casually surveyed some people what I should seek. We had a few things booked for dinner; Chez Panisse and Quince but I was looking for lunch options.… Continue reading

SF Shaker Face Tour

During my recent trip to San Francisco, I noticed all the bartenders shook the same way. I’m referring to how they shake cocktails, of course. In L.A. it seems everyone has their own… Continue reading

SF’s Heirloom Cafe

Two weekends ago, I took a trip up to San Francisco. Our goal was to eat at Chez Panisse but that is only one meal. What else does the Bay Area have to… Continue reading

Aburiya Toranoko Now Open in DTLA

  I went to the newly opened Aburiya Toranoko on Tuesday. They had been open for 5 days at that point. But it seemed like I had been waiting forever to go. Being… Continue reading

Love is in the Air at Hop Woo

I’m not entirely certain when people began to associate me with bizarre and extreme eating. Maybe it was after the pig’s head dinner at Gorbals and teasing everyone about bull’s penis at Feng… Continue reading

DTLA: Dining at Zucca

Last week, I was invited to check out the Piazza at  Zucca in Downtown Los Angeles. I had been once before for a reception for ARIA, LA Opera’s young professionals group but it… Continue reading

Get Lucky with the Minty at XINO

We are now 1 week away from the Get Lucky Sexy Singles Soiree event at XINO! Today is the last day to purchase the special buy 1, get 1 ticket 1/2 off. Or… Continue reading

Lazy Sunday: DTLA

A couple of Sundays ago, I was enjoying a lazy Sunday afternoon in Downtown Los Angeles. Most people think of DTLA as a ghost town after 5 p.m. when all the office drones… Continue reading