Tag Archive: wine

Mid-City: New Dishes at Little Next Door

It’s been a while since I’ve been to Little Next Door. It’s one of those staples on West Third in Mid-City known for casual French fare. I was invited in to check out… Continue reading

DTLA: Happy Hour at 10e

  In Downtown Los Angeles, there are  no shortage of happy hours for office workers. But to find one without the usual bar fare is exciting. Enter 10e, the latest Mediterranean spot in… Continue reading

Las Vegas: Steak and Seafood at Mon Ami Gabi

  Mon Ami Gabi at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas is a staple on the Vegas Strip. Yet I’ve never been. A friend suggested it was a great place to grab a… Continue reading

Have You Checked Out the San Antonio Winery Lately?

Have you visited the San Antonio Winery lately? Surprisingly being a native, I had never visited the Los Angeles winery that’s been open since 1917. At one time, Los Angeles was a bustling… Continue reading

Mid-City: Stir Market Now Open

  Stir Market on Beverly Boulevard has been opened a little more than a month now. Touted as a food hall, the space encompasses a wine bar, deli case, restaurant and market place.  … Continue reading

Silver Lake: Going Italian at Alimento

  When I heard Chef Zach Pollack was scouting around Silver Lake for a restaurant location, I made a mental note to keep up with the progress. I didn’t actually get to Alimento… Continue reading

Ticket Giveaway for Spain’s Great Match on Monday, November 10 at The Bazaar

  With over 200 Spanish wines to taste, where would you go for tapas? Why, the Bazaar by Jose Andres at the SLS Hotel! Coming Monday, November 10th, Spain’s Great Match, is a… Continue reading

Taste of Italy is Coming Saturday, October 11 + Special Discount Code

    The Italian American Museum of Los Angeles presents the Sixth Annual Taste of Italy  at the Pico House on Saturday, October 11. Taste of Italy will feature 50+ Italian restaurants in the region… Continue reading

Koreatown: Brisket at Saint Martha

    Saint Martha has now been opened for approximately two months in Koreatown. Self described as “modern American cuisine,” it’s a gem amid the U-shaped shopping center. Stepping through the red door… Continue reading

DTLA: The Fluffernutter at The Must Bar

  Hey, remember The Must? That fabulous wine bar in Downtown Los Angeles that was forced to close? Then we followed them to the Perch and tried to get stromboli? But it was… Continue reading