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dineLA lunch at Cafe Pinot & The Mystery of Chicken Oysters

It’s that time of year again. As part of my whirlwind tour of dineLA restaurants around town, I landed at Cafe Pinot for lunch. What are chicken oysters, you might ask? Apparently it’s… Continue reading

Pasadena: Late Night Eats at Du-Par’s

  A couple of weeks ago after a concert in Pasadena, my friend and I stopped into Du-Par’s on Lake Avenue. Despite being in a sleepy part of town, the bar at Du-par’s… Continue reading

Palm Springs: Breakfast at Elmer’s Restaurant

Before we left Palm Springs, we stopped at Elmer’s Restaurant to have breakfast.¬†Locals had mentioned Cheeky’s as the favorite breakfast spot in Palm Springs but it was also closed for the off season.… Continue reading

SGV: Mexican American Breakfast at Flo’s Coffee Shop

  I must be on a breakfast kick lately with my recent meals at Jist¬†and Kings Road Cafe. My fine dining partner and I hit up a hole-in-the-wall spot in El Monte in… Continue reading

San Francisco: Brunch with Waffle Shots at 15 Romolo

It’s been a couple of years since I’ve been to 15 Romolo in San Francisco but I always knew I’d return for their Punch Drunk Brunch. Their motto is, “with no drink in… Continue reading

24 Hours in Seattle – Part 1

If you had 24 hours in Seattle, what would you do? I had a very clear idea and emailed my cohorts an almost hourly itinerary. Of course, I’m flexible and left room for… Continue reading

Day 4 of Portland Cocktail Week

  Last day of Portland Cocktail Week 2011! I woke up bright and early to catch a bit of the Angus Winchester’s bartender challenge. Read all about the challenge here on LA Cocktails.… Continue reading

Las Vegas: Hash House A Go Go

I’ve been hearing about Hash House A Go Go for years now. Usually my “diner” blow-out meal after a long weekend of drinking in Las Vegas is the Peppermill but we decided to… Continue reading

A Restaurant with a Vu

Jamaica Bay Inn took over an old budget motel along Admiralty in Marina del Rey and turned the beachfront address into a colorful tropical-themed boutique hotel. With the ambitious Southern-molecular gastronomy cuisine offered… Continue reading

The Hollywood Corner

The gay boyfriend and I have been looking for a replacement for homey meals and although we weren’t sad to see Doughboys close (we thought the food had progressively gotten worse), we missed… Continue reading