Tag Archive: late night

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

NYC: Exploring Shilla & Woorijip

One of the things I miss the most about LA when I travel is the wide variety of Asian food. Although I could not say any of the places I went to in… Continue reading

Las Vegas: Return to D.O.C.G.

My last Las Vegas trip involved some pretty great eats. After stopping by the Malibu Red party, we went to D.O.C.G. which I had been to before. We had reservations but got seats… Continue reading

SGV: JR Cafe

  A few weeks ago, I had the whim to try one of my old late night haunts, JR Cafe in San Gabriel. Back in the early to mid- 90s, Hong Kong style… Continue reading

DTLA: Mexicali Has a New Home

  When I first encountered Mexicali on the street years ago, I must have arrived after a big rush. I had heard about these “great tacos” and something curiously named a vampiro. Unfortunately,… 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

Chaya Brasserie October Industry Night Recap

  With the next Chaya Brasserie Industry Night coming up on Monday, November 7th, I thought I should recap this past month’s event. The first couple of events featured roast pig tacos and… Continue reading

SF: Lion Pub, Swank & Solstice

  Back in August, Carina and I were driving around and she pointed out Lion Pub to me. Well, she pointed at the building hidden behind climbing plants. She wondered what it was.… Continue reading

Costa Mesa: Late Night Happy Hour at Charlie Palmer

Following a stellar performance of Sarah Chang with the Pacific Symphony, I headed across the street to check out late night at Charlie Palmer. I’ve had lunch and dinner there before and was… Continue reading

DTLA: Honda-Ya

  Finding a late-night restaurant seems to be a hard task in Los Angeles. Recently, I explored a Chinese option in Chinatown. Full House is open every night until 3 a.m. every day.… Continue reading