Tag Archive: east hollywood

Virgil Village: Drinks at Equal Parts

  Do you love dive bars but you also like craft cocktails? Well, now you can have both in the form of Equal Parts in Virgil Village. Taking over the old Smog Cutter… Continue reading

East Hollywood: Northern Thai Food Club

  When both the Los Angeles Times and Los Angeles Magazine post about a new Thai restaurant, you pay attention. In a non-descriptive strip mall in East Hollywood/ Thai Town, is the new… Continue reading

East Hollywood: Bruichladdich Dinner at The Edmon Recap

I recently visited The Edmon for a Bruichladdich Scotch Whisky dinner. I had the pleasure of meeting the former Bruichladdich master distiller Jim McEwan a few years ago and the juice I had… Continue reading

East Hollywood: Drinks at The Edmon

  The Edmon at the Historic Hollywood Hotel opened about 6 weeks ago.  We already had dinner but I’d like to return for food. Per my usual proclivities, I sat at the bar… Continue reading

Melrose: Goat Barbacoa at Antequera de Oaxaca

  I must have been driven by Antequera de Oaxaca a bunch of times over the years but never really noticed it until it recently renovated and added an eye-catching painted green stripe… Continue reading

East Hollywood: Lebanese Dinner at Marouch

  We were looking for a restaurant in nearby Los Feliz when we decided to check out Marouch. It’s been on my list forever and I’m glad we were able to get our… Continue reading

Hollywood: Green Papaya Salad Battle at Tid Lom and Sunshine Thai

  In my exploration of the Thai spots in the Hancock Park/ East Hollywood area, I recently hit up Tid Lom and Sunshine Thai restaurants. We ordered some standards like green papaya salad… Continue reading

Larchmont: Pasta at Osteria Mamma

  Osteria Mamma has had an interesting history in the neighborhood. Rumor has it the chef and family originally owned Osteria La Buca just up the street. They sold it and then reopened… Continue reading

East Hollywood: Filipino Food at LA Rose

  Currently there’s a raging debating why isn’t Filipino food more popular in America. Over at L.A. Rose Cafe, owner Lemuel Balagot started the discussion over 30 years ago when he opened the… Continue reading

Hancock Park: Mario’s Peruvian Restaurant

  I have friends in a new ‘hood. We’re having a grand time exploring Hancock Park. We’ve walked Mud Hen but a it’s much quicker to grab a bite at Vim Thai  and Mario’s… Continue reading