Tag Archive: weho

Get Your Meat On at Lindy & Grundy

  Lindy & Grundy opened earlier this year and after brunch at the Fat Dog, I finally made it in. I was immediately greeted by Amelia Posada, one half of the dynamic duo… Continue reading

West Hollywood: Brunch at the Fat Dog

  I was invited to brunch at the Fat Dog a couple of weeks ago. They opened earlier this year in April. And I feel they are primed to be the new hot… Continue reading

WeHo: The Hudson Block Party Recap

I was invited to check out the Hudson’s first Block Party a few weeks ago.  The block party also introduced Churchill which opens in the next few weeks. Chef Jason Tuley, formerly of… Continue reading

WeHo: Taco Tuesdays at the Abbey

  Recently, the Abbey‘s menu was updated by Chef David Emaleh (Cleo, XIV, Tres, Katsuya). On Tuesdays, tacos are only $1.50 (normally $3) and they also have $10 beer buckets and $32 pitchers… Continue reading

Crawfish Boil at Dominick’s Restaurant

Dominick’s (one-day) Crawfish Boil last year was so popular, they are now doing it every Saturday the month of May, 12 to 4 p.m. They’re only cooking 300 pounds a day every Saturday… Continue reading

WeHo: Rounds Premium Burgers

A few weeks before Rounds Premium Burgers opened, the gay boyfriend and I were walking by and saw some of the paper covering the windows had torn a bit. We peered in the… Continue reading

WeHo: Baby Blues BBQ

Following a wine tasting at DomaineLA (pics here), we headed over to Baby Blues BBQ in West Hollywood.Years ago, I infrequently frequented a grungy BBQ joint in Venice. I have always loved BBQ… Continue reading

WeHo: Salt’s Cure

A week or so ago, I met a chef new to L.A. She just moved from SF and hadn’t immersed herself in the LA dining scene yet. She hadn’t even gone to a… Continue reading

West Hollywood: Happy Hour at Comme Ca

The Hourglass Happy Hour at Comme Ca is seven days a week from 5- 7 p.m. It’s rare to find a happy hour that is on weekends. And with delight, the Hungry Hanh… Continue reading

Traveling Around Asia in LA, Part II

While the rest of the country expects it to actually be hot in the summer and cold in the winter, we frivolous Angelenos plan food crawls without considering the weather. This was exemplified… Continue reading