Category Archive: craft beer crawl

Koreatown: Hanging with the Ktown Cowboys and Jameson Irish Whiskey

One day I was having a Jameson Black Barrel Irish Coffee at Beelman’s Pub and a couple of nights later I found myself hanging out with the Ktown Cowboys.   Ktown Cowboys, the… Continue reading

Mid-City: Stir Market Now Open

  Stir Market on Beverly Boulevard has been opened a little more than a month now. Touted as a food hall, the space encompasses a wine bar, deli case, restaurant and market place.  … Continue reading

East Hollywood: Recap of LA Pizza Society at Desano Pizza

  The first LA Pizza Society met up at Desano Pizza in East Hollywood. Headed up by Mike of Unemployed Eater, pizza fans gathered in the airy Desano Pizza to check out the pies… Continue reading

LA Loves Alex’s Lemonade on Saturday, September 20

    LA Loves Alex’s Lemonade, one of my favorite food fests, returns Saturday, September 20. This year it’s at a new location, UCLA’s Royce Quad in Westwood. Some local chefs I’m looking forward… Continue reading

Brooklyn: Filipino Food at Purple Yam

  On my first night in New York, I tried Purple Yam which was described to me as Filipino food. I found the menu to be mostly Pinoy but there were a couple… Continue reading

LA Craft Beer Crawl Returns to DTLA on August 9

  The 5th Annual LA Craft Beer Crawl returns to Downtown Los Angeles on Saturday, August 9th. The Beer Chicks; Christina Perrozi and Hallie Beaune, will once again collaborate with 213 Ventures to… Continue reading

DTLA: Have You Checked Out Grand Central Market Lately?

  Have you been to the Grand Central Market in Downtown Los Angeles lately? A slew of new food vendors are up and running including the much anticipated Wexler’s Deli from Chef Micah… Continue reading

Pasadena: Fried Chicken at Picnik

  Picnik in Pasadena is quite interesting. It shares space with KTCHEN on one side. Zona Rosa and gelato carts can also be found there. Plus, there’s a Punch bar on Thursdays and… Continue reading

DTLA: Meet Your Neighborhood Bar, the Golden Gopher

    The Golden Gopher like many long-time Los Angeles watering holes claims to have one of the oldest liquor licenses in the city. The difference though is Golden Gopher can sell booze… Continue reading

SGV: Hands On at Beijing Restaurant

  I recently checked out Beijing Restaurant as part of the Chinese Cuisine Festival or unofficially the “San Gabriel Valley Restaurant Week.” Beijing is in the same plaza as Shanghai Seafood No. 1… Continue reading