Tag Archive: ceviche

PDX: Happy Hour at Lechon

  When I was off to Portland, one of my good friends practically ordered me to Lechon. She said the octopus was the best she ever had. I had just landed and eaten… Continue reading

West Hollywood: Brunch Picks at the Guild

  Sometimes a girl just needs brunch to ¬†make the world all right again. The Guild in West Hollywood has been open for a few months and offers a great brunch. The Guild… Continue reading

DTLA: Fish Tacos at La Tostaderia

  La Tostaderia is considered one of the new vendors of Grand Central Market which opened last April. It’s across from Belcampo¬†and serves Mexican seafood including tacos and ceviches.   I got the… Continue reading

Boyle Heights: Pozole at Puertos del Pacifico

  I recently read an article about Puertos del Pacifico in Boyle Heights so I decided to check it out. I grabbed an old high school buddy who has a nose for neighborhood… Continue reading

Miami: Catching the Fresh Fish at Cvi.Che 105

  After a week in Orlando eating mostly New American gastropub food, I was ready for some seafood in Miami. I headed over to Cvi.Che 105, one of the city’s top spots in… Continue reading

Whittier: Ceviche and Cocktails at Bizarra Capital

There are apparently limited drinking options in the Quakers-founded town of Whittier which is located approximately 25 miles outside of Los Angeles. My friend suggested we go to Bizarra Capital, owned by the… Continue reading

Mid-City: Checking Out the “Taco Speakeasy” Petty Cash

    When Playa closed a couple of months ago, all I could think was what was going to happen to that beautiful space and lovely garden? Then I heard rumors it was… Continue reading

Hollywood: The New Los Balcones del Peru

  Los Balcones del Peru recently renovated and the dining room is much more contemporary and sleek. The now modern design included a large chalkboard against one wall and soon there will be… Continue reading

Test Kitchen: Cebiche Night

My second time at Test Kitchen this past Monday featured ceviche or “cebiche” from Ricardo Zarate as listed on the website. Chef Ricardo is the chef at both Wabi Sabi and Mo-Chica. He… Continue reading