Category Archive: late night

Hollywood: Dinner and Drinks at Spoonfed and Bar Joe

  I recently visited the new Spoonfed and its bar, Bar Joe. The space is enormous! I love all the different feelings of the spaces. It’s a casual restaurant so you’d order and… Continue reading

DTLA: Everything You Need to Know about Dama’s Latin-Inspired Food and Drinks in the Fashion District

  Dama opened two months ago in the Fashion District in Downtown Los Angeles (DTLA).┬áThe food is from Top Chef Antonia Lofaso. Anyone who knows me knows I love her restaurant Scopa in… Continue reading

Chicago: Redemption at Eataly with Oysters

    Last year I attempted to have breakfast at Eataly in Chicago. I left in a huff because they had sold out of breakfast and refused to start lunch service early. This… Continue reading

Koreatown: KBBQ at The Corner Place

  I’ve heard about The Corner Place for years. As it turns out, my imaginings and what it actually was entirely different. I thought it was a Korean comfort food spot, a small… Continue reading

Mid-City: Noodles and More at Kai Ramen

  I don’t forsee the ramen craze dying out anytime soon. Luckily this is a food trend I don’t mind. I checked out Kai Ramen on La Cienega recently. There are also two… Continue reading

Hollywood: Dinner at Running Goose

  I was in Hollywood one late night and we decided to try Running Goose, a casual restaurant with a huge patio. We opted to sit inside as it was quieter and getting… Continue reading

Silver Lake: Gyoza and More at Ramen Bangaichi

  One night in Silver Lake, I found my way to Ramen Bangaichi. It was heading towards witching hour and given the choices, I opted for ramen over a diner. I didn’t read… Continue reading

SGV: Cantonese Food at Happy Garden

  For Lunar New Year/ Chinese New Year, my family and I went to Happy Garden for dinner. There were a few dishes we had to get; chicken and noodles but otherwise, we… Continue reading

San Diego: Late Night at Juniper and Ivy

  After bouncing around from Born and Raised to False Idol in San Diego’s Little Italy district, we made it over to Juniper and Ivy. Funny enough, every drink I ordered that night… Continue reading

Chinatown: Dinner at Majordomo

  New York Chef David Chang of Momofuku fame opened his first Los Angeles restaurant recently. I went to Majordomo in Chinatown to check out the celebrity chef’s food and drinks. Reservations are… Continue reading