Tag Archive: lunch

DTLA: Luxury in a Caviar and Lox Bagel at Wexler’s Deli

  Recently I got delivery from Wexler’s Deli. I’ve gone to Grand Central Market plenty of times for their pastrami and always wondered about their breakfast. I’m really glad I got the KGB,… Continue reading

Kansas City: Lunch at The Farmhouse

  After the first day of seminars at Paris of the Plains Pop Fest (aka KCMO Cocktail Week), I felt like I should get lunch since all I had for breakfast was a… Continue reading

DTLA: Rice Bowls at EdiBOL

  Now open at One Santa Fe in the Arts District, EdiBOL brings rice bowls, brunch and more to Downtown Los Angeles. There’s something sneaky about having a bit of sparkling wine at… Continue reading

New Orleans: Pressed Muffuletta at The Grocery

    We got to the Garden District a little early for our tour so we asked a local where to get something to eat. Getting a sandwich at a nearby shop sounded… Continue reading

DTLA: DineLA Recap at 10e

I recently went to 10e in Downtown Los Angeles for dineLA lunch. We went on the later side and had almost all of the restaurant to ourselves. I sat at the bar the last time… Continue reading

DTLA: Lunch Specials at The Briks

  The Briks in Downtown Los Angeles serves up a curious package of goodies called a brik. It’s a North African pastry stuffed with various fillings and deep fried. I checked out The Briks… Continue reading

DTLA: Lunch at Valerie Grand Central Market

  Sometimes I hit up the Grand Central Market for lunch without knowing what I want to eat exactly. I’ll wander around thinking I can’t possibly eat at Sticky Rice again (it really… Continue reading

DTLA: “Rice Bowls” for Lunch at Orsa and Winston

  Orsa and Winston has started serving lunch in Downtown Los Angeles. I heard when I was in Florida on vacation and couldn’t wait to get back home. It was the perfect excuse… Continue reading

DTLA: Lunch at Soup Bazaar

  Soup Bazaar opened a few months ago in Downtown Los Angeles. It replaced a rotisserie chicken place I kept meaning to check out but never did. And for the same general reasons… Continue reading

Have You Checked Out the San Antonio Winery Lately?

Have you visited the San Antonio Winery lately? Surprisingly being a native, I had never visited the Los Angeles winery that’s been open since 1917. At one time, Los Angeles was a bustling… Continue reading