Tag Archive: food

Culver City: New Cocktails at City Tavern

  City Tavern may be generally known as a gastropub with many fine craft beers but they have been working on their cocktail list and I was invited to try the new late… Continue reading

Day 4 of Portland Cocktail Week

  Last day of Portland Cocktail Week 2011! I woke up bright and early to catch a bit of the Angus Winchester’s bartender challenge. Read all about the challenge here on LA Cocktails.… Continue reading

Los Angeles Food & Wine Grand Tasting Recap

On the last day of the Los Angeles Food and Wine Festival, I headed back to LA Live to check out the Grand Tasting. Held on the roof of a parking structure, the… Continue reading

SGV: Young-Dong Tofu Restaurant

  After my quickie trip to San Francisco/ Napa, I wanted something hearty and although my brother initially suggested Thai food, I was glad he decided he wanted Korean instead. I remembered seeing… 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

Costa Mesa: Late Night Happy Hour at Charlie Palmer

Following a stellar performance of Sarah Chang with the Pacific Symphony, I headed across the street to check out late night at Charlie Palmer. I’ve had lunch and dinner there before and was… Continue reading

The Minty’s dineLA Picks + a little social media

  Last Friday, I attended dineLA‘s Social Media in the Restaurant Industry panel at the Palm. The panel featured Katie Burbank from Yelp, the Critic and Nguyen Tran from Starry Kitchen. I couldn’t… Continue reading

West Hollywood: Brunch at the Fat Dog

  I was invited to brunch at the Fat Dog a couple of weeks ago. They opened earlier this year in April. And I feel they are primed to be the new hot… Continue reading

New Small Plates at Fleming’s & Opening Nights Wine Tasting

Every Friday during the month of September, Fleming’s offers a wine tasting of 20 wines for only $25. This tasting includes some food. Last Friday, Fleming’s gave us a sneak peak of their… Continue reading

Western Foodservice & Hospitality Expo 2011

  Anyone who has ever gone to an interest or industry-specific convention can tell you how crazy they can be. There are so many people, so many products, so, so much. But even… Continue reading