Tag Archive: night market

Venice: Checking Out Drinks at The Lincoln

  After dinner at Night + Market Sahm, we stopped into The Lincoln for a cocktail. The Lincoln has been open almost a couple of years now. When you look at the back… Continue reading

Venice: Thai Food at Night + Market Sahm

  I finally made it out to the third location of Night + Market in Venice/ Santa Monica. It’s called Sahm which means three in Thai (Night + Market Song is the second one… Continue reading

626 Night Market at Santa Anita Park All Summer

    Even I haven’t been to all the food festivals there are during the summer. I can’t believe 626 Night Market is entering its fourth season. I’m looking forward to my first… Continue reading

SF: Have You Eaten at Kin Khao Yet?

  On my last trip to San Francisco, I really wanted to try Kin Khao. The Thai restaurant is named after the phrase “kin khao” which literally translates to “eat rice” but really means,… Continue reading

Silver Lake: Thai Food at Night + Market Song

  Night + Market in West Hollywood has a new, equally hip sister; Night + Market Song. It’s been only opened for a few months but it’s packed every night. Song’s menu consists of… Continue reading

LUCKYRICE Comes to the Book Bindery July 27

Hosted by Chef Sang Yoon of Father’s Office and Lukshon, LUCKYRICE comes to Culver City on this Saturday, July 27. Asian-influenced cooking is so hot right now. The fresh flavors are appealing and… Continue reading

Hollywood: Pork Shank at Night + Market

I recently visited Night + Market with friends who hadn’t been before. We decided to get a mixture of my favorites from previous visits and the pork shank which I had heard so… Continue reading

Hollywood: Return to Night + Market

  I finally made it back to Night + Market after a few months. I was last there in April where I knew I absolutely must have the shrimp paste seasoned rice again.… Continue reading

Hollywood: Night + Market

In my continuing series of seeking non-dive Asian food*, I headed over to Night + Market to see what all the fuss was about. I should have known I would fall in love… Continue reading