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Chinatown: Noodles at Qin West Chinese Cuisine

  I’ve been trying to go to Qin West Chinese Cuisine for quite a while now. First it was because I never really go to Westwood but then I heard about a location… Continue reading

Echo Park: Get Your Starry Kitchen Fix at Button Mash

  Do you find yourself missing Starry Kitchen‘s tofu balls? Well, I did and I’m glad you can find their food at Button Mash, Echo Park’s barcade. The bright space also features craft… Continue reading

South LA: Lunch at Palm Grove Ethiopian

  Ever since I found out my favorite Ethiopian restaurant has closed, I’ve been on a rampage to reacquaint myself with the restaurants on Fairfax. However, I also wanted to branch out and… Continue reading

Frogtown: Salazar is Now Open

  Salazar in Frogtown (aka Elysian Valley) is now open. Opened by Mexicali Tacos’ Esdras Ochoa, the grilled tacos restaurant took over an old auto repair shop and has completely transformed the space.… Continue reading

Where to Drink During Negroni Week, June 6-12

  Negroni Week is upon us! The week long celebration and fundraiser sponsored┬áby Campari and Imbibe Magazine brings a slew of bar specials featuring the bitter cocktail June 6-12. What’s unique about the… Continue reading

Chinatown: Lunch at Amboy

Amboy at Unit 120 located at the Far East Plaza in Chinatown joins a myriad of trend-setting eateries foodies just can’t get enough of. The takeaway window is part of a larger concept… Continue reading

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