Stuck in town?
Hosting out-of-towners hell-bent on experiencing the “real” Los Angeles?
Relax. The three-day weekend has no shortage of multi-age fun to assuage/amuse/impress.
You’re good to Go Go.
Color Me Circus
Here’s the problem with most circus-y shows.
There’s a lot going on but...
This week on KPCC’s Off-Ramp, EAT: Los Angeles publisher Colleen Dunn Bates spoke about pop-up restaurants, goat meat goodness, and the still-high price of lobster in Los Angeles. Goat cheese is a foodie favorite, but most Americans are wary of goat meat. Eat LA’s Linda Burum talks about how it’s big in India, Pakistan, Korea, Vietnam, [...]...
We at EAT: Los Angeles recently sent stickers to every cafÃ©, food shop, restaurant, pub, taqueria, coffeehouse, wine bar, bakery, pizzeria and wine shop in the book, and they’re starting to pop up in windows all over town. If a place has a sticker in the window, then we personally recommend it. In the last [...]...
WHY Fresh, simple café fare is served at picnic tables under the pine trees in Fern Dell, making it paradise for people (and their dogs) returning from a long hike....Apr 10 2014 / No comments / Read More »
WHY Wonderful, traditional Mexican cooking: goat stew on weekends and always-good daily specials, like albondigas on Monday, pork ribs in chile negro sauce on Wednesdays and pozole on Fridays. WHAT...Apr 9 2014 / No comments / Read More »
WHY For a generous, messy, not-inexpensive burger (Angus beef, turkey, chicken, salmon or veggie), prepared in a nearly infinite number of ways. Also terrific are the sweet-potato fries, crisp onion...Apr 8 2014 / No comments / Read More »
WHY For huge, exceptionally tasty sandwiches made from impeccable Italian cheeses, meats and seasonings. WHAT For a fast meal you won’t forget, skip Belmont Shore’s chain places and head to...
Wall by RETNA at Petty Cash Starting at 6:00 P.M. tonight, Petty Cash Taqueria will start serving in the former home of John Sedlar’s Playa. The concept, which comes from restaurateur Bill Chait...May 21, 2013 / More »
Let us thank the restaurant gods that the space on Griffith Park Blvd. formerly occupied by Cru has been taken over by Pine & Crane, a restaurant that believes in actually applying heat...Apr 12, 2014 / More »
Actor/bakery owner Dwight Henry tells us about his popular spot, The Buttermilk Drop. We meet the designer behind some of LA’s aprons and we cover all things Passover....Apr 11, 2014 / More »