Tag Archive: oysters

Craving Biscuits & Oysters at ink.

  It’s been a while since I’ve been back to ink. After cake decorating at Duff’s Cakemix, we hit up the bar at ink. I had always meant to come back but it… Continue reading

Boston: Oysters & Lobster Roll at Neptune

One of the places I revisited on this past Boston trip was Neptune Oyster. I had been before 3 years ago and fell in love with their lobster roll. They also make a… Continue reading

Boston: Late Night Eats & Drinks at Citizen Public House

  I went to Citizen Public House a couple of times while in Boston last month. Citizen is a relatively new bar but to me it felt like it’s been a neighborhood staple… Continue reading

Tasting My Way Through New Orleans or the Search for the Best Gumbo

My first meal in New Orleans was at Royal House. I had a relatively clear agenda on food- eat everything. But namely the things NOLA is known for. Perhaps a bit touristy but… Continue reading

DTLA: All Night Happy Hour at Nick & Stef’s

  After my guest bartending stint at Nick + Stef’s, I sat down to enjoy all night happy hour. Many Downtown office workers will tell you they love happy hour and to find… Continue reading

Culver City: The Corner Door

I recently checked out The Corner Door in Culver City. Washington Boulevard in Culver City is rapidly becoming the next Restaurant Row with nearby Waterloo & City and A-Frame.  The cozy space is… Continue reading

DTLA: Dinner at Industriel

I tried the new Industriel restaurant in Downtown Los Angeles a few weeks ago. Located on the corner of 6th and Grand, the well-designed restaurant did have a bit of a swiggly feel… Continue reading

Austin: Parkside

The first night I got into Austin, I decided to take a walk down Sixth Street or the “Dirty 6” as they call it. I had done quite a bit of research of… Continue reading

Hollywood: Return to Public Kitchen & Bar

After Speed Rack, we headed over to Public Kitchen and Bar for a bite. Of course we had to get the oysters. I wish the December Oysters & Champagne event was going on… Continue reading

Jean Pierre Bosc: New Chef at Kendall’s Brasserie

  Chef Jean Pierre Bosc took over the toque at Kendall’s Brasserie. Chef Bosc has worked at many fine restaurants including Mimosa and most recently, Cafe des Artistes. I loved Cafe des Artistes… Continue reading