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DTLA: The Magical Lost Spirits Distillery Tour

  Lost Spirits Distillery in the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles has one of the most magical tours I’ve ever been on. I’ve seen plenty of distilleries which usually includes some tremendous… Continue reading

Silver Lake: Italian Dinner at Kettle Black

  I finally made it over to Kettle Black, a popular Italian restaurant in Silver Lake. It’s right next door to Sawyer and near Pine and Crane. Los Angeles is having its love… Continue reading

DTLA: Rossoblu is an Italian Dream

  Rossoblu from Chef Steve Samson is now open in Downtown Los Angeles. I checked it out a couple of weeks ago and felt transported to Italy having nibbles and drinks at the… Continue reading

DTLA: The Slipper Clutch Bar Is Now Open

The Slipper Clutch is now open in Downtown Los Angeles. The bar within a bar is Bar Clacson’s little brother. As you head towards the back of Bar Clacson, swing into the door… Continue reading

DTLA: Thai Food at So Long Hi

  I’m so happy So Long Hi took over the old Soi 7 space. I’m a big fan of Sticky Rice (and Sticky Rice 2 for noodles) at Grand Central Market so I… Continue reading

Silver Lake: All the Drinks at The Friend

  I recently checked out the new bar, The Friend, in Silver Lake. There are currently 9 drinks on the menu as well as a beer and shot combo called The Lover. I… Continue reading

DTLA: DineLA Recap of Tabachines Cocina

  I checked out Tabachines Cocina about a week ago during dineLA. I’ve always wanted to try Tabachines as I pass it all the time. To start, my friend and I shared the… Continue reading

Noods Noods Noods Is Coming Saturday, January 14 to Santa Ana

Foodbeast presents Noods Noods Noods, the Noodles and Asian-Themed Food Festival┬áthis coming Saturday, January 14 in Santa Ana. Like the recent Oozefest, there are a couple of ways to enjoy the deliciousness. You… Continue reading

West Hollywood: Spanish Tapas at BCN

  Late last month I went to BCN, a Spanish fast casual spot in West Hollywood. It’s the sort of place you can grab a ham sandwich and day dream while looking out… Continue reading

Little Tokyo: Curry and Fried Chicken at Torigoya

  I’ve been stalking Torigoya ever since I heard it was opening. They’ve been open for dinner for months now but only recently opened for lunch. One day I walked by and saw… Continue reading