Tag Archive: craft beer

DTLA: Dinner at Hatch Yakitoriya

  I recently checked out Hatch at the new Bloc. I had seen some amazing pictures recently for the spot. However, they were sold out of their signature fried chicken and it was… Continue reading

Hollywood: Dinner at Running Goose

  I was in Hollywood one late night and we decided to try Running Goose, a casual restaurant with a huge patio. We opted to sit inside as it was quieter and getting… Continue reading

LA Underground BBQ Festival Recap

On June 2, I went to the LA Underground BBQ Festival held at Los Angeles Ale Works in Hawthorne. It was billed as six of LA’s best BBQ popups together including Bartz BBQ,… Continue reading

Santa Monica: Checking Out Tumbi Craft Indian Kitchen

  Tumbi Craft Indian Kitchen opened about three months ago in Santa Monica. I was happy to learn they are related to India’s Oven which is where I had my college graduation dinner… Continue reading

Silver Lake: Scout is Now Open for Take Out and More

  I recently checked out Scout, the new take-out counter and store in Silver Lake. Sandwiched between Kettle Black and Sawyer, it is a sister to these restaurants.     Scout has breakfast,… Continue reading

Santa Barbara: Quick Noodles at Empty Bowl Gourmet

  On my last day in Santa Barbara, we headed to the Santa Public Market. The Market is like Los Angeles’ Grand Central Market. Though it is smaller food hall, there was the… Continue reading

Chicago: Mussels and Beer at Centennial

  Back in 2013, I had these amazing mussels at Hopleaf in Chicago. When I was making my list I decided to see if I should revisit Hopleaf but then heard the chef… Continue reading

Seattle: Dinner at No Anchor

  One of my favorite bars in Seattle is Rob Roy so how can I not visit their newish sister bar, No Anchor? Although it’s known primarily for craft beer, they do have… Continue reading

DTLA: Mikkeller Beer Hall Is Now Open

  Mikkeller DTLA is now open on the corner of Olympic and Olive in Downtown Los Angeles. The beer hall is open for dinner and beer at night and will eventually open for… Continue reading

Dallas: Lunch at Chino Chinatown and Drinking Craft Beer at Four Corners Brewing

  We were exploring all parts of Dallas and decided to head over to Trinity Groves. We ended up at Chino Chinatown which fuses both Latin and Chinese food into one interesting mix.… Continue reading