Tag Archive: dtla lunch

DTLA: Brunch at the Michelin Star Orsa and Winston

    I’ve been meaning to try brunch at Orsa and Winston and I’m so glad I did before it was announced last week they have a Michelin star. Now I’m sure it’ll… Continue reading

DTLA: Lunch at Vito’s Pizza

  I finally checked out Vito’s Pizza in DTLA. They have been open for a few months now and I’ve been looking forward to their opening as Vito’s is one of my pizza… Continue reading

DTLA: Lunch at Rice and Nori

I added Rice & Nori to my work lunch rotation. I recently found this fast casual spot that carried a few things that other Little Tokyo restaurants didn’t have such as oden and… Continue reading

DTLA: Smoked Turkey Sandwich at Horse Thief BBQ

  It’s been a number of yeas since I seriously considered Horse Thief BBQ.¬† I went when it first opened. But for some reason or another, I haven’t been back recently. I am… Continue reading

DTLA: Southern Lunch at Shaquille’s

Shaquille’s is now open at LA Live. The Southern food restaurant is named after Shaquille O’Neal, a former basketball player who played for the Los Angeles Lakers as well as other teams. I… Continue reading

DTLA: Lunch Specials at Jin China Bistro

  Jin China Bistro opened last year but it took me months to go over there as I hadn’t entirely forgiven them for taking over the old Hotpot Galaxy space. I was at… Continue reading

DTLA: Lunch at Shekarchi’s New Location

  One of my go-to staples for lunch in Downtown Los Angeles are all the Persian kabob shops around town. One of my favorites is Shekarchi. They recently moved to a new location… Continue reading

DTLA: Lucky Bird Now Open at Grand Central Market

  Lucky Bird at Grand Central Market is now open in Downtown Los Angeles. The DTLA fried chicken joint immediately became popular as it nabbed a prime spot at GCM. It’s across from… Continue reading

DTLA: New Lunch Eats at Ricebox

  Ricebox, not to be confused with Ricebar, is now open at the Spring Arcade Building. It’s also the home of Uli Gelato,¬†Guisados, Claytons, Don Francisco’s, Kai Japanese and more.     My… Continue reading

DTLA: Sushi and More at Art & Fish

A few months ago I walked by a mysterious black door with a slot. There was a handwritten sign advertising miso soup for $2.50. I wondered if I popped in a couple of… Continue reading