Category Archive: brunch

New Orleans: Pressed Muffuletta at The Grocery

    We got to the Garden District a little early for our tour so we asked a local where to get something to eat. Getting a sandwich at a nearby shop sounded… Continue reading

West Hollywood: Bottomless Mimosas at The Church Key

  The Chuch Key in West Hollywood has launched bottomless mimosas. It’s a steal at $13. Recently I was invited to check ’em out but being the sassy girl I am, I opted… Continue reading

Miami: Dim Sum and Chinese Food at Blackbrick

  One morning we woke up with brunch on our minds. Initially we tried to go somewhere on the Beach but the restaurant ended up stopping brunch service on Saturdays… forever. Eventually the… Continue reading

Orange County: Mexican Food with French Technique at Anepalco

While I was in Orange County visiting Anepalco and others for a Tour de Negroni (Negroni Week research), I couldn’t help but try the food as well. Anepalco likes to say it’s Mexican food… Continue reading

Venice: Breakfast at Barlo at the Hotel Erwin

  Over Memorial Day weekend, I stayed at Hotel Erwin. We enjoyed our room with a view of Venice and the rooftop called High Lounge is very popular with visitors and locals alike.… Continue reading

DTLA: I Ate Vegetarian at Zinc and I Didn’t Even Know It

  Zinc Cafe and Market doesn’t call itself a vegetarian restaurant but it is… and you won’t miss the meat here. I ate a whole dinner completely baffled I didn’t want a “real”… Continue reading

SGV: Pleasant Spice Levels at Szechuan Impression

  Szechuan Impression opened last summer in Alhambra. I finally tried a bite from the recent LA Weekly Essentials Food Festival. After chatting with friends, we gathered up a group of 6 to… Continue reading

San Diego: Noodles and Egg Rolls at Pho Van

  It seems I visit a new (to me) pho shop about once a year in San Diego. This time around, I hit up Pho Van which is not too far from Pho… Continue reading

DTLA: The Next Art of Charcuterie Classes at Cafe Pinot on April 11

  Cafe Pinot is now offering charcuterie classes called the Art of Charcuterie.  I love cooking classes and I attended the first one last month and the next one on summer style sausages is… 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