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DTLA: Modern Southeast Asian Food at Simbal

  Simbal Restaurant opened a few weeks ago in Little Tokyo in Downtown Los Angeles. The gorgeous restaurant is modern and has a bit of the Hinoki and the Bird vibe though much… Continue reading

DTLA: Chef Mark Peel’s Bombo Opens at the Grand Central Market

  Chef Mark Peel has opened Bombo, a seafood driven concept at Grand Central Market. He’s best known for restaurants Campanille and The Tar Pit. The menu isn’t fussy and features quite a… Continue reading

DTLA: Bar Snacks and Drinks at the JW Marriott, LA Live

  While I was at the JW Marriott at LA Live, I checked out the drinks and food at Mixing Room. It’s a comfortable spot to hang out after work or lounge if… Continue reading

DTLA: Lunch Specials at The Briks

  The Briks in Downtown Los Angeles serves up a curious package of goodies called a brik. It’s a North African pastry stuffed with various fillings and deep fried. I checked out The Briks… Continue reading

DTLA: Chef Ray Garcia’s Broken Spanish is Now Open

Chef Ray Garcia‘s Broken Spanish restaurant is now open in Downtown Los Angeles, not too far from his more casual spot, B.S. Taqueria. Taking over the old Rivera space, I couldn’t wait to… Continue reading

DTLA: Lunch at Fritzi Dog at Vibiana

  Fritzi Dog is open for lunch Monday through Fridays in the courtyard of the Vibiana in Downtown Los Angeles. There’s also another location at the Original Farmers Market. Chef Neal Fraser’s hot… Continue reading

DTLA: Beer Hall Barrel Down Is Now Open

A new beer hall, Barrel Down, has opened in Downtown Los Angeles. It’s right in the 7th Street Corridor along with Seven Grand, Bottega Louie, B.S. Taqueria and Sugarfish. We ordered a bunch… Continue reading

DTLA: Here’s the Deal on the Fried Chicken at Ledlow

  When Instagram pictures of Ledlow‘s fried chicken started popping up, I thought I should check it out soon. Then I heard it’s all you can eat. What? Let’s go! Here are the… Continue reading

A’postrophe: A Modern Filipino Supper Club with Chef Charles Olalia

  In the past few years, the modern Filipino food movement has really taken off in cities like New York. I touched on it briefly when the New York based Maharlika popped up last… Continue reading

DTLA: Avery.Sing in Little Tokyo is Now Open

  Avery.Sing in Little Tokyo, Downtown Los Angeles is now open. Touted as “Cal-Asian” eats, the cafe features everything from burritos to kimchi fried rice. Located in the former Green Bamboo space, the… Continue reading