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Lunching at the Lazy Ox

I most recently wrote about the Lazy Ox in July so why another post? Well, this time I went for lunch. I previously have only gone for happy hour and dinners. I did… Continue reading

The Lazy Ox

I love these giant lightbulbs at the Lazy Ox. When I first saw them, the artist designer in me was thrilled. I was equally happy the food matched the atmosphere. I first came… Continue reading

Checking Out the New Chef at Lazy Ox Canteen

I used to go to Lazy Ox Canteen all the time but ever since Baco opened, I had been concentrating more on Baco where Chef Josef Centeno now runs his own restaurant. Lazy… Continue reading

Lazy Ox: Opportunarian Tries Beef Tartare

  When we last met the Opportunarian (former vegetarian, now she relishes trying it all), she tried pork at both Sotto and Picca. Eating seafood now seems like a piece of cake. Then… Continue reading

The Minty’s Favorites: Updates on Mo-Chica, Lazy Ox and Cole’s

A couple of weeks ago, I managed to use a Blackboard Eats deal on the day it was to expire for Mo-Chica, one of my favorite lunch places. I got the daily meal… Continue reading

I’m the Mayor at…Lazy Ox Canteen

Recently, I was asked how often do I write about a place. Considering this blog isn’t very old, I haven’t really “reviewed” the same place twice though I may have mentioned them in… Continue reading

Return to the Ox

The last time I was at Lazy Ox Canteen, it was when they received their LA Times review. The restaurant already had a lot of buzz in the foodie community but now it… Continue reading

2012 Food, Restaurant and Bar Trends

Happy Holidays from The Minty! I’m off next week and spending time with friends and family. Lots of new blog posts and events will be posted next year. In the meantime, please enjoy… Continue reading

DTLA: Fat Spoon Opens in Little Tokyo

  Michael Cardenas is a busy man these days. Besides his other two restaurants in Little Tokyo; Aburiya Toranoko and neighborhood favorite, the Lazy Ox, he along with partner Chef Hiroyuki Fujita opened… Continue reading

DTLA: Lunch at Chimu

Chimu, named for the ancient people of what is now Peru, is not in fact a mythical dragon-like creature as depicted above. But it’s a cute mascot anyway. Chimu recently opened on the… Continue reading