Tag Archive: los angeles

DTLA: Brunch at Otium

  After the initial opening party I went to, I really wanted to go back to Otium for a proper meal. However, opposing reviews made me a bit hesitant. Then I found myself… Continue reading

Mid-City: Salad and Pasta at Jon and Vinny’s

  I checked out Jon and Vinny’s last week for a quick bite. I do recommend reservations which we didn’t have as it was a spur of the moment decision to go there… Continue reading

Koreatown: Dumplings at Nae Go Hyang

  Once again, Instagram proved to be my culinary inspiration. I spotted leek and pork dumplings at Nae Go Hyang and literally went the next day. While we were there, of course we… Continue reading

DTLA: Doughnuts and Fried Chicken at Birdies

  I was bummed out when Mabel’s fried chicken and waffles closed but was happy to see it re-concepted and became Birdies. It is still serving great fried chicken and added in doughnuts.… Continue reading

Upcoming Food Festivals in April

        Masters of Taste, Pasadena At the Rose Bowl, the inaugural food festival, Masters of Taste will benefit Union Station Homeless Services. There will be 40 restaurants and 25 breweries,… Continue reading

Koreatown: Burgers and Fried Chicken at Little Tart

  Little Tart opened a couple of months ago replacing Saint Martha in Koreatown. I was pretty bummed out when Saint Martha closed. I felt the neighborhood needed such a sit-down spot with… Continue reading

A St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl with Jameson Irish Whiskey: Melrose Umbrella Company, EP & LP and The Nice Guy

  If your idea of St. Patrick’s Day involves green beer, it might be time to rethink it with this easy bar crawl Jameson Irish Whiskey put together in Hollywood. Let’s start out… Continue reading

DTLA: Mega Bodega Now Open

  Mega Bodega is now open. The coffee shop also serves craft beer and a short list of food including toasts, sandwiches and a cheese plate. It’s a bright and airy space with… Continue reading

Speed Rack Heading to Las Vegas March 6

  Speed Rack, the bartending competition that raises funds for breast cancer research, education and prevention, heads to Las Vegas on March 6. Since there isn’t a competition in Los Angeles this year,… Continue reading

Koreatown: Checking Out The Walker Inn

  I finally checked out The Walker InnĀ on New Year’s day. Walker wasn’t going to open following New Year’s Eve but the number of reservations convinced the team people still wanted to drink… Continue reading