Tag Archive: la cienega

Mid-City: Noodles and More at Kai Ramen

  I don’t forsee the ramen craze dying out anytime soon. Luckily this is a food trend I don’t mind. I checked out Kai Ramen on La Cienega recently. There are also two… Continue reading

New 2015 Spring Cocktails at Roger Room

  Roger Room has launched new Spring Cocktails. We were invited to check out all five new drinks. Roger Room is one of my favorite bars to stop for both a quickie or… Continue reading

West Hollywood: Cocktails and Dinner at The Nice Guy

  The Nice Guy on La Cienega opened a few months ago. The reservations only ┬árestaurant and lounge is serving up tasty cocktails and really good food. It’s terrible to think you either… Continue reading

A Los Angeles Favorite: Lawry’s The Prime Rib

I admitted recently to a friend I had never been to Lawry’s The Prime Rib. Lawry’s is one of those LA favorites that has been around forever. It’s popular for all major holidays,… Continue reading

Checking out Bar Centro at The Bazaar + Cocktail Classes

  I was at the SLS Hotel last month and stopped into the Bar Centro at the Bazaar. ┬áI’ve been for drinks one other time and knew I wanted to come back. Like… Continue reading

Finding Gems at Bagatelle

Recently I checked out Bagatelle for a friend’s birthday. I hadn’t been before but was curious about the bar run by Zachary Patterson. Bagatelle has an outpost in New York and opened the… Continue reading

LA Fried Chicken Fest Recap

A few months ago, someone asked me why comfort food was such a big thing in the States right now. I have a theory that with the bad economy, people were less focused… Continue reading

La Seine: French, Kosher, Sushi?

Back in the 80s and 90s, La Cienega from San Vicente to Wilshire was known as Restaurant Row. It still has many restaurants but other than Bazaar at the SLS, I can’t recall… Continue reading

When All You Want is ‘Za: Vito’s Pizza

I was telling someone last night how I never want to date someone where we eat at the same 5 places every weekend (an exaggeration- we rotated through at least 8 places). But… Continue reading