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Roy Choi’s Book “L.A. Son” Now On Sale and Tour Dates

Roy Choi’s book, “L.A. Son: My Life, My City, My Food” comes out today. He’s been promoting the book on tour and will be at several spots in the coming weeks. 11/11 Tasting… Continue reading

Hollywood: The Amazing Bloody Royale at Franklin & Company

There are two kinds of brunch drinkers- Bloody Marys or mimosa drinkers. Those who like Bloody Marys appreciate their boldly flavored drink. Often described as a meal in a drink even the stingiest… Continue reading

21 Choices: Nutter Butter Frozen Yogurt

After happy hour, we were fiending for dessert.¬† It was somewhat late, 9 p.m. and our choices were limited. I somehow sensed we were in for frozen yogurt. I was concerned about the… 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

Watts: LocoL Opens Monday, January 18

  LocoL opens in Watts on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, January 18. I attended a soft opening for friends and family today. And as the bold sign says, “We are… Continue reading

LA Loves Alex’s Lemonade Returns Saturday, September 12

  LA Loves Alex’s Lemonade, the all-star food festival and charity event, returns Saturday, September 12. Tickets are now on sale for one of my favorite food fests. Last year, Alex’s Lemonade made… Continue reading

The Taste Returns to Paramount Studios September 4-6

  The Los Angeles Times’ food festival, The Taste, returns Labor Day weekend, September 4-6. The event features five events over three days starting with opening night.   Opening Night features the best… Continue reading

Koreatown: POT Launches New Lunch Items

  POT has launched new menu items for lunch. If you’re close to K-town for lunch, then it might be a better time to check out POT since it gets so busy in… Continue reading

Koreatown: Dinner at Commissary

    Commissary is the latest to open at the Line Hotel. Like POT, the Cafe and room service, the food is by Roy Choi. The beautiful restaurant is on the second floor¬†next… Continue reading

The Little Jewel of New Orleans, er, Chinatown

    It’s been interesting to watch the revitalization of Chinatown. I was born in Chinatown and grew up on the Eastside. When the Chinese found their way to the San Gabriel Valley,… Continue reading