Tag Archive: charcuterie

Culver City: New Chef Kyle Schutte at Corner Door

Chef Kyle Schutte took over the kitchen at Corner Door a few months ago. Known for his modernist, molecular cooking, I thought it was interesting he’s now at Corner Door known for its… Continue reading

Eat.Drink.Americano Now Open in Downtown LA

Eat.Drink.Americano opened last week in the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles in the former Cafe Metropol space. It’s in the same building as R23 Sushi. Having not been to Cafe Metropol before,… Continue reading

UMAMIcatessen: Gimme All Your PIGG

UMAMIcatessen opened earlier this month to much fanfare. Anticipation was high for the Umami in Downtown which features Chris Cosentino‘s PIGG, Spring for Coffee, The Cure (deli fare), a full bar,  doughnuts and… Continue reading

West LA: Freddy Smalls

  “Hey, Freddy Smalls is open. You wanna go?” “Sure! Let’s invite so and so.” A week or so goes by. “Hey, we’re going to Freddy Smalls. You wanna come?” By the end… Continue reading

Culver City: New Cocktails at City Tavern

  City Tavern may be generally known as a gastropub with many fine craft beers but they have been working on their cocktail list and I was invited to try the new late… Continue reading

Mid-City: The Churchill Now Open

The Churchill is now open on West Third. The anticipated opening had been late summer but like most new restaurant openings, it had been delayed.  I was invited a couple of weeks ago… Continue reading

SF: Incanto

Although I find it difficult to keep up with all the restaurants in LA much less in other other cities, I’ve had my heart set on eating at Incanto in San Francisco for… Continue reading

Hollywood: Wood & Vine

Wood and Vine opened in February and I consider it a smashing success I managed to get there within 6 months of its opening. A friend had her birthday there last week and… Continue reading