Tag Archive: lunch

SGV: Dim Sum at Tang Gong

  Tang Gong recently opened in Monterey Park, taking over an old dim sum palace space that had been closed for less than a year. The renovations include a rather gaudy looking dining… Continue reading

DTLA: Yummy Salad and Sandwiches at E. Stretto

  E. Stretto is located just inside of Bar Clacson and the Slipper Clutch, two of my favorite bars in Downtown Los Angeles. It’s a few doors down from Grand Central Market. I… Continue reading

Pico-Union: Pozole Versus Birria at El Parian

  Years ago, I put El Parian on my list of restaurants to try. I love birria and particularly the soup made with goat. However, years passed until I saw a recent review… Continue reading

DTLA: Lunch at Aloha Cafe

  We’ve ordered from Aloha Cafe for years but I finally had a chance to check out the restaurant recently. Aloha Cafe is in the same shopping center as Mermaid bar, Sushi Gen… Continue reading

Culver City: Lunch at Destroyer

  It’s a bit hard for me to get out of Downtown Los Angeles for lunch but I was excited to be able to to check out Destroyer in Culver City. I have… Continue reading

USC: Lunch at Ramen Kenjo

  I recently checked out Ramen Kenjo for lunch. It’s at the newish University Village across the street from the University of Southern California (USC). I got the spicy miso ramen and added… Continue reading

Westwood: Burger at the Audrey at The Hammer Museum

  The Audrey is so beautiful. It may be my new favorite restaurant design. I have always liked 60s retro mod restaurants (think Googie and more). Audrey is the sophisticated version of that… Continue reading

DTLA: Lunch at Rice and Nori

I added Rice & Nori to my work lunch rotation. I recently found this fast casual spot that carried a few things that other Little Tokyo restaurants didn’t have such as oden and… Continue reading

Studio City: Brunch and Cocktails at Gray Tavern

  Studio City has a new brunch king! I checked out Gray Tavern recently for breakfast-lunch otherwise known as brunch. And it’s definitely brunch because there were drinks involved. I’ve been super into… Continue reading

The Minty Adventures: Mid-City Stops including Marciano Art Foundation, Cafe Midi and Bluestone Lane Coffee

  A few weeks ago, I started a new series called The Minty Adventures. What’s it like to be a tourist in one’s own city? This time around, I checked out the Ai… Continue reading