Category Archive: late night

Highland Park: Checking Out Cocktails and Food at Hippo

  I made it to Hippo last month during the holidays. It’s been on my radar for a while and I was glad I was finally able to check it out before heading… Continue reading

Beverly Hills: Late Night at Wally’s

  After catching a show at the nearby Wallace, we walked over to Wally’s for a late night snack. We had just seen For the Record’s Love Actually and it was really very… Continue reading

Hollywood: Secret Steak Bar Special at APL Restaurant

  One of the hottest steakhouses to open this year is APL in Hollywood. For anyone lucky enough to get a rib or two from Chef Adam Perry Lang at either the Jimmy… Continue reading

Koreatown: Korean Black Goat Stew at Bulrocho

  It’s getting cooler in Southern California– or at least in the evenings. Which means I have started craving soup and in particular, Korean black goat stew (yeum so tang). I checked out… Continue reading

USC: Free Play Now Open at The Fields LA / Banc of California’s LAFC Stadium

  Free Play is now open in Exposition Park. It’s in the same building as the new food hall, The Fields LA right by the new Banc of California soccer stadium for the… Continue reading

Hong Kong: Bar Crawl to The Old Man, Quinary, Ori-gin, Whisky and Words

  Although it seemed like I just wandered around the Central district of Hong Kong, I purposefully selected the area because of the vast amount of restaurants and bars I wanted to go… Continue reading

Hong Kong: Bar Crawl to PDT, The Wilshire, The Pontiac, Employees Only

  On my first night in Hong Kong, I had a drink at PDT located in the Mezzanine above the MO Bar at the Landmark Mandarin Oriental. I actually have never been to… Continue reading

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