Tag Archive: dinner

Historic Filipinotown: Chinese Food at Woon

  Woon recently opened in Historic Filipinotown. We walked over there after checking out Bar Keeper. There were three of us so we ordered almost the entire menu. We got all the salads… Continue reading

West Hollywood: Pacifique is Now Open

  Pacifique is now open in West Hollywood. It’s exciting to see Chef Joe Miller back on the scene. The menu is pan-Asian Pacific with heavy nods to Japanese cuisine. We tried all… Continue reading

DTLA: Nightshade in the Arts District

  I first heard about Nightshade sometime mid year last year. I started seeing beautifully plated dishes and kept track of its opening. It is officially open in the Arts District in Downtown… Continue reading

DTLA: Steak and Lobster Bisque at The Palm

  The Palm is one of those Los Angeles institutions everyone should experience at least once. And really, the perfect meal there is lobster bisque, steak, great sides and dessert. That’s all you… Continue reading

West Hollywood: Tapas at Estrella Sunset

  I was recently invited to Estrella on the Sunset strip which has changed its menu to be tapas driven. My friend and I each ordered three tapas to share. We agreed we… Continue reading

Highland Park: Checking Out Cocktails and Food at Hippo

  I made it to Hippo last month during the holidays. It’s been on my radar for a while and I was glad I was finally able to check it out before heading… Continue reading

Koreatown: Korean Seafood BBQ at Get Bbul

Earlier this year I visited two Korean seafood BBQ spots; DaeBuDo and Jae Bu Do. I liked both quite a bit and it was hard for me to say which one was the… Continue reading

Beverly Hills: Late Night at Wally’s

  After catching a show at the nearby Wallace, we walked over to Wally’s for a late night snack. We had just seen For the Record’s Love Actually and it was really very… Continue reading

West Hollywood: Drinks at Conservatory and its Speakeasy, Society Room

  I found myself in West Hollywood one night and remembered I wanted to check out the drinks at Conservatory. While I was there, I became aware of a speakeasy in the back… Continue reading

West LA: Modern Vietnamese and Drinks at Khong Ten

  Like many, I was lured over to Khong Ten during its soft open for $1 food and drinks. Khong Ten is located in West LA, in the old Freddy Smalls space. I… Continue reading