Shaab in Pasadena: Chowan Mushi!

My Memorial Day plans fell through and I ended up visiting a little Japanese restaurant in the heart of Old Town Pasadena. Although, I think this joint is a hidden secret because no… Continue reading

La Descarga: I’m in Cuba!

I’ve always been a bit fascinated by Miami. I went for the first time last year and mean to go back. But what I’m more fascinated by is the past. Specifically a time… Continue reading

On the Hunt for Perfect Mac & Cheese

A couple of months ago I talked about my lack of mac and cheese addiction yet I eat it all the time because I have friends who must have it. After Taste of… Continue reading

LA Street Food Festival’s Summer Tasting Event

In February, I brought together a crew to check out the first and original LA Street Food Fest featuring over 30 trucks. They’re back next month for their Summer Tasting Event at the… Continue reading

Party at Guelaguetza!

Where’s the party!? Apparently it was at Guelaguetza this past Monday. Bill Esparza also known as affable StreetGourmetLA was featured on Andrew Zimmern’s show, Bizarre Foods. Guelaguetza offered a special happy hour prior… Continue reading

Introducing the Manila Machine: First Filipino Food Truck of LA

Last week, the Manila Machine debuted at the Downtown LA Art Walk to much anticipation. It’s the first Filipino food truck in LA and headed up by two LA food bloggers, Natassia Johnson… Continue reading

The New Border Grill Stop

Trucks? Shucks! How about we make a pit stop at the Stop? Sure, you can find Border Grill at their Santa Monica restaurant and truck but now they opened a walk-up stop just… Continue reading

Eagle Rock: Four Cafe

Last week, I checked out Four Cafe for lunch. It’s been open for about two months and today there was a Blackboard Eats offer for 30% off dinner. Not a bad deal! Located… Continue reading

Minty Quickie

I’ve had some amazing meals recently but been crazed so I haven’t been able to blog in a week. I’ve been thinking about some of the memorable meals I’ve had and every now… Continue reading

Taste of the Nation Recap

Yesterday, I attended my first Taste of the Nation event. I had no idea what to really expect. I knew there were over 40 chefs from celebrated LA restaurants and that it was… Continue reading