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Chinatown: Cocktails at General Lee’s

General Lee’s bar is now open in Chinatown. It took over the old Mountain Bar space , which funny enough took over the old General Lee’s Man Jen Low restaurant space. What is… Continue reading

Little Tokyo: Brunch Every Day of the Week at Jist Cafe

  If eating breakfast foods any time of the day or night is one of life’s many pleasures, then getting brunch any day of the week may be even better. Jist Cafe in… Continue reading

DTLA: A Quickie at Tacos Mexico

After bar hopping through the new Ace Hotel, it seemed only natural to make a tacos stop at neighboring Tacos Mexico. ┬áThe three of us ordered a number of tacos and I wanted… Continue reading

DTLA: Going Italian at The Factory Kitchen

The Factory Kitchen has been opened less than 6 months and already they’re garnering attention as one of LA’s best Italian restaurants. Located in the Arts district of Downtown Los Angeles, restauranteur Matteo… Continue reading

DTLA: Mini Bar Hop within ACE DTLA; Rooftop & LA Chapter Bars

The highly-anticipated Ace Hotel has opened in downtown Los Angeles. There are two bars to enjoy at this hotel including the Upstairs, the rooftop bar and LA Chapter’s Mezzanine bar. I’m looking forward… Continue reading

Little Tokyo: Japanese Curry at Ebisu

While walking around Little Tokyo, we decided on Ebisu for dinner. The Japanese izakaya or small plates restaurant was a little quiet when we first walked in. I have gone much later at… Continue reading

DTLA: Lunch at Eggslut

The food truck Eggslut has opened a brick and mortar counter at Grand Central Market. With their cute neon sign, the breakfast and lunch counter faces the Broadway side of GCM. Eggslut offers… Continue reading

DTLA: First Look at Crane’s Downtown

Across the hallway from Peking Tavern is the newly opened Crane’s Downtown. They opened rather stealthily behind what I thought was a storage room. Sure, this “storage” room had a cool old bank… Continue reading

DTLA: On the Dance Floor at Honeycut

Lounges are taking a back seat to the newest craze to hit the LA drinking scene– clubs. Say what? After years of hearing how people prefer to chill over dancing, I’m so happy… Continue reading

Chinatown: Build Your Own Manhattan or Martini at 643 North

The new gastropub 643 North has opened in Chinatown. Located across the street from Spring Street BBQ, 643 North has locked in the corner with craft beer, cocktails and a full menu of… Continue reading