Tag Archive: seafood

Santa Barbara: Bloody Marys and Brunch at Brophy Bros.

  Last year I went to Santa Barbara for a day and fell in love with simple but good food at On the Alley, the casual shop and sister stand to Brophy Bros.… Continue reading

Koreatown: Bossam Lettuce Wraps at Jun Won

  Jun Won has been on my radar for years and I finally made it in the other night. They’ve been getting a lot of buzz and renewed interest lately so expect a… Continue reading

Costa Mesa: Craving Those Mussels at Mesa

  After a show one night in Orange County, my friend and I headed over to Mesa for mussels. He was craving them and knew Mesa had them. It was on the later… Continue reading

Chicago: Dinner at Avec

  My favorite meal in Chicago this year was at Avec. We had one more night to really go all out and a Chicago bartender friend said Avec was his fave spot. I’ve… Continue reading

Chicago: Mussels and Beer at Centennial

  Back in 2013, I had these amazing mussels at Hopleaf in Chicago. When I was making my list I decided to see if I should revisit Hopleaf but then heard the chef… Continue reading

Seattle: Late Night at Toulouse Petit Kitchen and Lounge

  On our first night in Seattle, we had a recommendation to check out the late night eats at Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge. My first order of business was to secure a… Continue reading

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

Little Tokyo: Crab Dinner at Oystars

  Cajun-style seafood became all the rage in Los Angeles almost ten years ago. Boiling Crab is still the premier Cajun-style seafood shack but the long lines have inspired competitors. I checked out… Continue reading

SGV: A Seafood Feast at 626 Lobster

  Over the holidays, I went to 626 Lobster for lunch on Christmas eve. I made a reservation though they weren’t terribly busy so we could have just walked in. This was a… Continue reading

Pasadena: Checking out the New Lost at Sea Restaurant

Lost at Sea opened in Pasadena two months ago. It’s a couple streets away from the busy stretch in Old Town Pasadena. Upon entering, it feels like you’ve crossed into serious culinary territory.… Continue reading