DTLA: Tacos Everyday at Sonoratown

  It was a Wednesday when I went to check out Sonoratown. I joked it must have been Taco Wednesday or actually, Tacos Everyday! I am certain I can eat tacos every day… Continue reading

Chinatown: Taiwanese Street Food at Lao Tao

  Far East Plaza‘s latest spot, Lao Tao opened a few weeks ago in Chinatown. It’s upstairs near Ramen Champ and Fortune Chinese. Lao Tao means “foodie” in Taiwanese and it’s obvious the… Continue reading

Highland Park: Good Housekeeping Bar Now Open

Good Housekeeping bar is now open in Highland Park. The bar behind Cafe Birdie keeps to classic cocktails with a twist. I checked it out recently and really enjoyed the Gin Fizz. I… Continue reading

Northridge: KBBQ at Pine Tree Korean Restaurant

  My best friend asked me what I wanted for dinner while I was visiting her in the Valley. I said I wanted either Korean, Japanese or Mexican food. She decided to take… Continue reading

Westlake: Fried Chicken at Crawford’s Bar

  I recently checked out Crawford’s for their fried chicken. I was nearby and was looking for something to eat. My choices were street tacos, Tommy’s (where they hand you chili with your… Continue reading

Santa Ana: OozeFest This Weekend, October 15-16

  Foodbeast’s OozeFest comes to Santa Ana this weekend, October 15 – 16. The cheese-filled food fest returns promising to be cheesier than last year. And there’s local beer! This year’s OozeFest is… Continue reading

DTLA: Brack Shop Tavern Now Open

  Brack Shop Tavern is now open in Downtown Los Angeles. It took over the old Barrel Down space which was stripped and redecorated in less than a month. The bar remains in… Continue reading

SGV: Dumplings and More at Beijing Pie House

  It seems my trip to Beijing Pie House has been years in the making. At the very least, I’ve wanted to try it for a while. I attempted to go one night… Continue reading

Koreatown: Time for Warming Porridge at Bon Juk

  After a summer of not quite kicking colds quickly enough, I was downing soup like it was 65 degrees instead of the actual 95 degrees it was outside. But even a soup… Continue reading

Pasadena: Checking out the New Lost at Sea Restaurant

Lost at Sea opened in Pasadena two months ago. It’s a couple streets away from the busy stretch in Old Town Pasadena. Upon entering, it feels like you’ve crossed into serious culinary territory.… Continue reading