Tag Archive: pasta

SGV: Oysters and More at EMC Seafood

  The Food Alley at the Westfield Santa Anita mall has a stellar lineup of eateries including Monkey Bar, Side Chick, Din Tai Fung, Matcha Matcha, Uncle Tetsu Japanese Cheesecake and many more… Continue reading

DTLA: Pasta Lunch at Officine Brera

I finally made it over to the Italian restaurant, Officine Brera, after it’s been open for about a year now. It’s right around the corner from their sister restaurant, Factory Kitchen in the Arts District… Continue reading

Miami: Pasta at Macchialina

  Macchialina is beloved for its pastas on Miami Beach. It’s been closed for renovations but is reopening this week. I went a few months ago for a tour of the menu. We… Continue reading

DTLA: Pasta at Maccheroni Republic

  Macherroni Republic gets warm support from the Downtown Los Angeles community. DTLA residents and office workers alike flock to this slightly hidden gem located across the street from Grand Central Market. I’ve… Continue reading

Larchmont: Pasta at Osteria Mamma

  Osteria Mamma has had an interesting history in the neighborhood. Rumor has it the chef and family originally owned Osteria La Buca just up the street. They sold it and then reopened… Continue reading

Ray’s and Stark Bar Announces New Executive Chef Viet Pham

  The Patina Group has announced Chef Viet Pham as the new executive chef at Ray’s and Stark Bar. The restaurant and bar located at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)… Continue reading

Pasadena: All the Pastas and More at Union Restaurant

  Union restaurant in Pasadena sits on Union, a quiet street behind the all the going ons of Old Town Pasadena. Chef Bruce Kalman is a partner in the restaurant and his menu is… Continue reading

DTLA: Going Italian at The Factory Kitchen

The Factory Kitchen has been opened less than 6 months and already they’re garnering attention as one of LA’s best Italian restaurants. Located in the Arts district of Downtown Los Angeles, restauranteur Matteo… Continue reading

West LA: Dinner and Sangria at Flores

I heard so many good things about Flores on Sawtelle that I made it a point to go as soon as possible. Located in the house-like space of the former Sawtelle Kitchen, Flores… Continue reading

Mid-City LA: Italian Meatballs and Pasta at Gusto

When Chef Vic Casanova left Culina and opened Gusto, I intended to check it out a lot sooner but just made it to the cozy Italian spot on West Third recently. Originally we… Continue reading