Jitlada: I’m Crying but I’m Happy

Restaurant news and sometimes hype buzz around my head like bees. The Jitlada bee started swarming a few years ago but I can dodge ’em like the best of them. Still, it was… Continue reading

Dating in LA Sucks, Part II

Minty’s going to be a Dating Machine in 2010. So far 3 weeks into January and there hasn’t been any dates much less a machine-like nature of dating. I probably shouldn’t have declared… Continue reading

Long Weekend: From the Westside to Artesia to DTLA/SGV

It’s a long weekend, baby! Per the usual Minty ways, I had planned something every day I had off. Starting Friday night, I checked out Orris with four others. I decided I wasn’t… Continue reading

Give Me a Knife Because I’m out of AMMO

There are some nights where I wonder what went wrong. The gay boyfriend and I took out a friend last night for her birthday. I had a great idea to try AMMO since… Continue reading

I Must at the Must

On Wednesday, I went out to happy hour at the Must. Though admittedly, every time I’ve gone for happy hour, I tend to order off the regular menu because their “bar snacks” are… Continue reading

Company Kitchen and Pub in Las Vegas

Indulge me for a second while I walk down Memory Lane and get a post up with watermarked photos to see how I like them. My two friends and I needed a snack… Continue reading

Watermark or No Watermark

Pho at Treasure Island in Vegas In my ongoing quest to be an interesting and better blogger, I am having a watermark or no watermark debate. I don’t like it. I think it… 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

Hot Bartender Crawl in DTLA

Last October, I hosted a Hot Bartenders Crawl in Downtown Los Angeles. It was girls only though my gay posse tried to get in on the action. It was too easy to go… Continue reading

Identity

Everyone is racist. And if you reject that statement, then perhaps you can acknowledge everyone has prejudices, whether conscious or not. It’s easy to adopt stereotypes as a shorthand  without having to establish… Continue reading