Category Archive: vegetarian

Los Feliz: Chi Dynasty

I recently checked out Chi Dynasty in Los Feliz. There are also locations in Studio City and Glendale as well. The place was bustling though I heard the owner lament to a regular… Continue reading

DTLA: Knackig Sausage Pop-Up at Mignon

Knackig is a German sausage pop-up at Mignon wine bar in Downtown Los Angeles. They’re right next to Cole’s so they’re ideal to hit up after a cocktail or two late nights. Cole’s… Continue reading

Mark Bittman Or Eating Less Meat in 2013

I have long settled my demons about being overweight. Last month, I attended Mark Bittman’s lecture at the California Endowment for Center Scene. He talked about a lot of stuff. Mostly don’t drink… Continue reading

Boston: Casual Eats at Flour, Clover and Sal’s Pizza

The first night I landed in Boston, I had very little time to do more than grab a sandwich before running off to Speed Rack Boston. Although I knew there would be food… Continue reading

Getting Vegan Ethiopian Food at Rahel

A couple of weeks ago, I checked out Rahel Ethiopian Veggie Cuisine. I love Ethiopian food and wanted to try this vegan restaurant. I’ve been to Meals by Genet which is vegetarian before… Continue reading

Better Weather Festival at Golden Road Brewing Recap Or Single Ladies, Take Note

  Recently Golden Road Brewing held the Better Weather Festival at their brewery. I gave away tickets and headed out to enjoy the day. Despite bad traffic and getting lost, I eventually found… Continue reading

Little Tokyo: Return to Honda-Ya

I recently went back to local favorite Honda-Ya. Although it was just the two of us, we ended up getting a bunch of dishes. Or more specifically, I ordered way too many dishes.… Continue reading

SF: Tasting Menu at Mr. Pollo

Four courses for $20? What is this madness? That’s what you get at Mr. Pollo, a tiny restaurant in the Mission. When my buddy Miss Carina said it was one of her best… Continue reading

Berkeley: Soba at Ippuku

On my last trip to SF, we went over to Berkeley for lunch. We stopped in at Ippuku, lured in by their housemade soba with flour imported from Japan. It had a very… Continue reading

Playa’s Rooftop Garden

Recently Chef John Sedlar installed a rooftop garden atop of his restaurant Playa named Cielo Verde. I had a chance to check it out and marvel at the soiless, aeroponic garden. He and… Continue reading