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DTLA: Drinks at The Wolves

  When you first walk into the Wolves, you wonder how long has this bar been here? Did they renovate an old space or what? It turns out, they didn’t renovate a previously… Continue reading

DTLA: Japanese Style Jazz Bar In Sheep’s Clothing in the Arts District

  I checked out In Sheep’s Clothing recently. It’s been opened about three months or so, It’s a speakeasy inside of Lupetti’s Pizza in the Arts District in Downtown Los Angeles. It’s very… Continue reading

DTLA: Art, Food and Japanese Whisky Tasting at Mrs. Fish

  I checked out Mrs. Fish recently for the art, Japanese food and whisky. Mrs. Fish has been open for a few years but only recently transformed to a Japanese restaurant. I would… Continue reading

DTLA: Brunch at Vespaio

  I’ve been to Vespaio countless times for lunch but this was the first time I checked them out for brunch. I went one weekend a couple months back. I shared the octopus… Continue reading

DTLA: Here and Now Bar is Now Open

  Here and Now is now open. It takes over the old Westbound space at One Santa Fe in the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles. Va’LA Hospitality will now operate the bar… 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: Introducing New Executive Chef Phillip Martin at Cafe Pinot

  Cafe Pinot has appointed a new Executive Chef, Phillip Martin, to run the kitchen. It’s been a little bit since I was last there so I checked it out one early evening… 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: Late Night Drinks at Clayton’s Public House

I’ve been anticipating the return of Clayton’s to DTLA since… well, forever. Its earlier incarnation as the Royal Clayton’s was located in the Arts District, across the way from Church and State. They… Continue reading

Little Tokyo: Japanese Fried Chicken at Karayama

Fast casual chain Karayama from Japan has opened its first US store in Little Tokyo, Downtown Los Angeles. It took over the short-lived Oystars space and is next to the ever popular Shin-Sen-Gumi.… Continue reading