Tag Archive: mid-city

Mid-City: Brunch by Chef Ricardo Zarate at Smoke.Oil.Salt

  Recently Smoke.Oil.Salt‘s opening chef left and now Chef Ricardo Zarate (formerly Picca, Mo-Chica, Paiche) is consulting on the menu. SOS just launched Sunday brunch and I headed over to check it out.… Continue reading

West 3rd: All New Drinks at Goldie’s and That Burger!

  It’s been a minute since I’ve been back to Goldie’s. The West 3rd staple has a brand new drinks list. We were invited to explore the new cocktails which are smartly named… Continue reading

Mid-City: New Dishes at Little Next Door

It’s been a while since I’ve been to Little Next Door. It’s one of those staples on West Third in Mid-City known for casual French fare. I was invited in to check out… Continue reading

Where to Drink for Negroni Week in Los Angeles

Negroni Week this year is June 1-7. Participating bars from around the world have picked their favorite charity to donate $1 for every Negroni sold during Negroni Week. All have chosen worthy charities… Continue reading

Brunching on a Friday at Terrine

  When Terrine opened in December last year, it was an instant hit. And now they’ve got the brunch game in mid-city wrapped up because they serve brunch Friday-Sunday. Yes, indeed, you can… Continue reading

Ray’s and Stark Bar Announces New Executive Chef Viet Pham

  The Patina Group has announced Chef Viet Pham as the new executive chef at Ray’s and Stark Bar. The restaurant and bar located at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)… Continue reading

Mid-Wilshire: Sushi at Sake House Miro

  One night I was heading to the Wiltern for Petty Fest sponsored by Jameson Irish Whiskey. My friend and I found Sake House Miro nearby as a place to power up on… Continue reading

Mid-City: New Spring Cocktails at Roger Room

  Roger Room has introduced 5 new Spring cocktails that will be available through the summer. Each play off the theme of “smoke and fire.” One of my favorite type of drinks is… Continue reading

The Top 8 Pizzas in Los Angeles

  Years ago when I did monthly food crawls highlighting some of LA’s best offerings, my Eastside pizza crawl nearly did me in. It was one of the most memorable and favorite crawls… Continue reading

Mid-City: Asian Bestsellers at Pingtung

What if there was a restaurant that had almost all your favorite foods? And what if they specialized in Asian favorites? That would be Pingtung where a local fan described it as “Asian… Continue reading