Tag Archive: the minty

SGV: Take Out Available at Dim Sum King in El Monte

  I’ve been holding restaurant and bar posts during the pandemic since I’m not sure when we’ll be able to dine in — I feel LA County will be one of the last… Continue reading

Minty at Home: The Negroni and its Variations

  Surprise, surprise! I’m not actually going to show you how to make a Negroni. Stanley Tucci has already done a fine job of it. No, actually he did. Despite a few nitpicks,… Continue reading

Minty at Home: Margaritas for Cinco De Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is coming up. Usually I’m conflicted about celebrating the day because I tend to have Kentucky Derby plans the same weekend. But since we’re all safer at home, I will… Continue reading

Minty at Home: Apricot Juleps

    Hello Friends! As I enter week 7 of safer at home, I decided it’s time to get back to blogging! I never realized how much I was going out until this… Continue reading

Las Vegas: Dinner at Vetri Cucina

  The Palms has recently renovated and added a slew of new restaurants including Vetri Cucina.   Vetri may be familiar to you if you’ve visited Philadelphia and visited Chef Marc Vetri’s restaurants.… Continue reading

Las Vegas: Food Crawl at The Cosmopolitan Featuring Tekka, Hattie B’s, Pok Pok and Ghost Donkey

  The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas is one of my favorite hotels. I love the bars there and was so excited to check out the newish food hall called Block 16. There’s a… Continue reading

Las Vegas: Dim Sum and Then Sum at New Asian BBQ (Tan Tung Ky)

  My last Las Vegas trip started with me landing and immediately going to get dim sum. I didn’t even go to the hotel to check in first. I wanted lunch ASAP and… Continue reading

Las Vegas: Checking out Eataly at Park MGM

  One day in Las Vegas, I explored Eataly at Park MGM. I knew right away we were going to share the prime rib sandwich. My friend went off to order it and… Continue reading

DTLA: Sandwiches and More at the New Uncle Paulie’s

Uncle Paulie’s opened a new location in Downtown Los Angeles a few weeks ago. It’s right in between Peking Tavern and Preux and Proper. I checked it out recently. Although I’m a big… Continue reading

Koreatown: Soup for Everyone at Bon Shabu

  My friend and I were craving comfort food one rainy day for lunch. We checked out Bon Shabu in Koreatown. It felt like Chinese hot pot even though it was called shabu.… Continue reading