Tag Archive: drinks

Culver City: Oldfield’s Liquor Room

Starting with tall drink from Left to Right- Dauntless, Blitzen Benz, No. 999, Oldfield’s Hemmingway ┬áThe 1933 Group which owns Thirsty Crow, Little Cave and all the locations of Bigfoot Lodge recently turned… Continue reading

DTLA: New Winter 2012 Cocktails at Drago Centro

Drago Centro launched their new Winter cocktails just after the holidays just when I was embracing the Fall cocktails. The cocktail list is the genius of Bar Manager Jaymee Mandeville. Former Drago Centro… Continue reading

DTLA: Dinner at Baco Mercat

  I’m really in love with Baco Mercat. After deciding during lunch it was more like a super casual Lazy Ox Canteen, I hurried in for dinner. If there were more of us,… Continue reading

DTLA: Baco Mercat Now Open

Baco Mercat is now open in Downtown Los Angeles. It is open for both lunch and dinner. I visited last week and was surprised that the “little baco shop” is a full-blown beautiful… Continue reading

DTLA Fireplace Crawl Recap

I have wanted to do a fireplace crawl for several years now but by the time I was ready to do so, it always got too warm. I’m glad I organized this field… Continue reading

Seattle: Palace Kitchen

  Of all the times I’ve been to Seattle, I’ve never been to a Tom Douglas restaurant. After doing a survey among friends, it was decided I should check out Palace Kitchen. We… Continue reading

Chaya Brasserie October Industry Night Recap

  With the next Chaya Brasserie Industry Night coming up on Monday, November 7th, I thought I should recap this past month’s event. The first couple of events featured roast pig tacos and… Continue reading

SF: Lion Pub, Swank & Solstice

  Back in August, Carina and I were driving around and she pointed out Lion Pub to me. Well, she pointed at the building hidden behind climbing plants. She wondered what it was.… Continue reading

DTLA Dive Bar Crawl Recap

  Last Friday, I made my way over to King Eddy’s Saloon, one of Los Angeles’ oldest bars. It was started before Prohibition and has been serving wizened livers for decades. I walked… Continue reading

San Diego: Drinks at Lou & Mickey’s

  After the Chefs versus Bloggers panel, we headed out to Lou & Mickey’s across the street from the San Diego convention center to get drinks. My friend had her usual- an old… Continue reading