Poutine at the Yard

I’m officially declaring the Yard as my favorite poutine in L.A. That’s because the gravy is made with house-made veal stock. I knew the Yard served up some nice Farmers’ Market driven cocktails… Continue reading

Euro Pane in Pasadena

Euro Pane opened a second location earlier this year. I checked it out on Saturday and the egg salad was as good as I remembered. It was odd that almost 80% of their… Continue reading

Food Trucks Friday at FIDM

I realized sometime last week that I’ve tried over 30 food trucks. Perhaps the number is closer to 40** but whatever it is, I don’t consider it a lot. I love street food… Continue reading

Roger That, Roger Room

The Roger Room has been open a little bit more than a year but I just checked it out this week. Any cocktailian tries his or her best to check out the new… Continue reading

Concern Foundation Block Party Recap

The Concern Foundation held their 36th Annual Block Party at Paramount Studios last Saturday. I had received an email from my friend, the Hungry Hippo who wondered if I was doing anything Saturday… Continue reading

Royal Khyber in Santa Ana

I had an Indian roommate in college and have listed Indian food as one of my favorites from that point on. Going to her home and having the “real thing” has made me… Continue reading

Vintage Enoteca in Hollywood

A couple weeks back, I was invited to check out the new Vintage Enoteca in Hollywood. Although it was evening, their menu is available from 8 a.m. to 12 Midnight. You could get… Continue reading

Waterloo & City or My Love Letter to JGold

Now you might wonder why the hell have I decorated a photo of Jonathan Gold like a love-struck teenager. Well, because I think it’s funny. I don’t usually do things unless it’s funny… Continue reading

Battle Manhattan: Mandrake VS Verdugo Bar

One of my favorite bars is the Mandrake in Culver City. It’s on La Cienenga, in between Venice and Washington. There’s a tiny sign that says “bar.” Otherwise there’s no other signage and… Continue reading