Koreatown: Eight Korean BBQ

  Ah, Koreatown, home of so many Korean BBQ spots that I don’t know if even the local chamber of commerce knows how many place there are in the area packed with more… Continue reading

Mid-city: Dinner at Noree Thai

Noree is the ambitious new project from business partners and Chefs Pla and Fern. While I love the casual Luv2Eat in Hollywood or grabbing a quick take-out from their Crying Tiger window, it’s… Continue reading

DTLA: Dinner at Hatch Yakitoriya

  I recently checked out Hatch at the new Bloc. I had seen some amazing pictures recently for the spot. However, they were sold out of their signature fried chicken and it was… Continue reading

Hot In The City: Dessert Crawl Through Los Angeles Including Icy Rush and More

  Is this summer much hotter than ones years past? Probably not but with the temperatures topping 100 Fahrenheit some days, it’s time to beat the heat with cool treats. First on our… 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

Travel to Chile: Pisco Adventures, Part IV

Like the first evening in Santiago, we headed to the town square of Paihuano for the festivities. We were in the Elqui Valley of Coquimbo, one of the two sanctioned regions that produces… Continue reading

DTLA: Lunch at The Mighty

  After almost a year of looking at The Mighty, I finally checked it out. I was oddly surprised by the number of chicken dishes on the menu. As someone who rarely orders… Continue reading

Travel to Chile: Pisco Adventures, Part III

  After a few days of being in Chile, I was starting to get my bearings. We had traveled to Santiago and briefly saw the city before heading to La Sirena which was… Continue reading

Little Tokyo: Lunch at Teishokuya of Tokyo aka T.O.T.

  I’ve been coming to Teishokuya of Tokyo (T.O.T.) forever. This traditional Japanese restaurant was known for what I called comfort food, very traditional home-style Japanese. There was never any sushi or ramen… Continue reading

Travel to Chile: Pisco Adventures, Part II

On our third day in Chile, we headed over to Pisco Bou Borroeta. While not as large as Capel, they dominate the local region as I saw Bou Barroeta was the house pisco… Continue reading