Category Archive: foodie alert

Koreatown: Wings and Wedges at Kyochon Chicken

  After a movie one night, we wanted to get a snack so we stopped at Kyochon. Wow, this location in Koreatown (corner of Serrano and 6th Streets) has sit-down service at night.… Continue reading

DTLA: Dinner at Best Girl, Ace Hotel

  The Ace in Downtown Los Angeles has changed its restaurant from LA Chapter to Best Girl. It’s named such for the first film screened at the theater in what is now the… Continue reading

Atwater Village: Brunch at Good Measure Wine Bar

  Every year on New Year’s Eve the past five years, I’ve done brunch before the big evening celebrations This year (or is it technically last year since it was December 31?), we… Continue reading

The Minty Mixes: Hot Toddy for the Cold/Flu Season

The first drink I had in 2018 was a hot toddy I had to make myself because I was miserable with a cold/flu. I didn’t go to a doctor to find out what… Continue reading

DTLA: Steak at 1810 Argentinean

  UPDATE: 1/29/18 Restaurant is now closed. There is a sign on the window that said Lala’s Argentine Grill coming soon. … Looking back on my year of lunches in Downtown Los Angeles… Continue reading

SGV: Egg Rolls and Noodles at Pho LTK

  You ever have restaurant FOMO (fear of missing out)? I do all the time. It’s also known as menu envy. I stopped by Pho LTK for a quickie bowl of noodles and… Continue reading

DTLA: Secret Menu Items at The Exchange, Freehand Hotel

Although I’ve been to the Exchange restaurant plenty of times for lunch, it was a treat to check it out for dinner. The menu is much more extensive and showcases the Chinese-Israeli fusion… Continue reading

SGV: Sichuan Crab at Hip Hot

  Sichuan food has long passed the trendy food of the moment to a dining staple. Of all the regional Chinese food I’ve been trying (unsystematically, if you must know), I return over… Continue reading

Wahlburgers at USC University Village

  When I was going to USC (University of Southern California), the UV (University Village) was something I lived next to, shopped at and ate at. It had a basic neighborhood grocery store… Continue reading

Glendale: Dinner at El Morfi Grill

  What I love about growing up and living in Los Angeles are all the different cuisines I have tried through the years without ever having to take a plane somewhere. And that… Continue reading