Tag Archive: dtla

DTLA: Yoonycat Toast Popup at Demitasse Recap

  Recently I checked out a toast popup at Demitasse. Chef Susan Yoon aka “Yoonycat” prepared three wonderful toasts. I can eat breakfast any time of the day. And when I first saw… 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: Happy Hour at Preux and Proper

  It’s been about a year since I’ve gone to Preux and Proper. I checked it out recently for happy hour and was intrigued by the offerings. I had the Beets by K… Continue reading

DTLA: Chili Cheese Fries at Cassell’s Hamburgers

  Cassell’s has opened a location in Downtown Los Angeles. The DTLA location is right across the street from the Freehand hotel and it takes over the old Pellicola pizza spot. I visit… Continue reading

DTLA: A Boozy Tribute to Jonathan Gold at Otium Now Until March 2019

  Otium and Bar Director Chris Amirault and team have launched an ode to the late restaurant critic Jonathan Gold. The new menu of 14 drinks are based on Jonathan Gold’s writings and… Continue reading

DTLA: Dinner at Simone and Exploring the Single Malts From Bacardi

  I have now been to Simone a few times. Most recently I attended a Women Who Whiskey event at the Duello Bar, the bar inside Simone. The presentation from Bacardi’s Global Single… Continue reading

Holiday Themed Bars in Los Angeles

  You may have noticed the holidays are upon us and Los Angeles has been celebrating in a big way with holiday themed popup bars all around town. There are more than 90… Continue reading

DTLA: Drinks at Bar Franca

Bar Franca has been open in Downtown Los Angeles for a few months now but I finally made it over there a couple of weeks ago. Once there, I discovered how cute and… Continue reading

DTLA: Brunch at Rappahannock Oyster Bar

  I recently checked out brunch at Rappahannock Oyster Bar. It was also part of a pickling party where we made our own pickles. I hope Rapp bar does that again because that… Continue reading

DTLA: Guerrilla Tacos in the Arts District

    I was not a Guerrilla Tacos devotee. I had never sought its cart and eventual truck. But I knew about them. And always meant to go. Then they opened right around… Continue reading