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Culver City: That Chicken Liver at Hatchet Hall + Old Man Bar

Hatchet Hall in Culver City is now open. When chefs Brian Dunsmoor and Kris Tominaga left The Hart and The Hunter, I was rather devastated. I loved their cooking. I was happy when Kris popped… Continue reading

Culver City: Modern Indian Food at Sambar

  Chef Akasha Richmond of the eponymous Akasha has opened Sambar in Culver City. Sambar is practically next door to Akasha but the food is very different. Akasha Restaurant describes itself as New American/… Continue reading

DTLA: Rice Bar Now Open

  Rice Bar in Downtown Los Angeles is now open. The Filipino rice bowl concept from restauranteur Santos Uy (Papilles, Mignon) and Chef Charles Olalia (formerly Patina, mar’sel) opened a few weeks ago.… Continue reading

Bar Hopping in Miami: Michael’s Genuine, Dolce Italian, Drawing Room and Rum Line

Following dinner at The Cypress Room, it seemed natural to go to Michael’s Genuine Food and Drink. I’d been there once before a couple of years ago. We stopped in for dessert and… Continue reading

DTLA: From The Big Easy to The Little Easy

  Little Easy just opened a few weeks ago in Downtown Los Angeles. Located in the former Gorbals and their adjoining bar Bar Mitzvah spaces, Little Easy has transformed the minimalist space to something warm,… Continue reading

North Hollywood: Getting Drinks by the Barrel at Idle Hour

  Idle Hour opened in North Hollywood about a month ago. The barrel-shaped building was first built in 1941 during a time where there were many interesting shaped buildings around town. This style… Continue reading

DTLA: Library Bar Celebrates 8 Years with New Cocktails

  Library Bar in Downtown Los Angeles is now 8 years old! I remember when it first opened in the Financial District and we’d go down for happy hour. Sometimes we get lost… Continue reading

Little Tokyo: Kula Revolving Sushi Bar

    Kaiten sushi or conveyor belt sushi restaurants are popular because the sushi is generally cheaper. It’s also novel to get your sushi by plucking dishes off a conveyor belt (or boat… Continue reading

DTLA: Pistachio Grilled Cheese at Bar Mitzvah

Classified as a “sports bar,” Bar Mitzvah does have vintage sports uniforms, equipment and memorabilia on the walls but I would hardly call it a sports bar. The entrance is off 5th Street… Continue reading

West Hollywood: Cocktails and Bar Bites at Harlowe

  Harlowe in West Hollywood is now open. The romantic room features portraits, a prominent bar and a food men by Chef Eric Greenspan (The Foundry). Dushan Zaric of Employee’s Only and The 86… Continue reading