We’re in the countdown zone for the Most Wonderful Time of the Year .
Here are a few only-in-L.A. alt-Christmas “classics” guaranteed to jingle your bells.
You can feel the tingle already.
Or maybe that’s just the numbness in your arms from carrying 20...
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 The King Kobe burger, sushi hamburgers, the house-made buns and the casual vibe. WHAT So what if it’s not really at the beach? The food is good, the prices...Nov 11 2014 / 1 comment / Read More »
WHY Bone-marrow flan with mushroom marmalade and parsley salad, dry-aged prime rib-eye steak and possibly the best people-watching in Beverly Hills. WHAT With its sleek Richard Meier—designed interior and menu...Nov 10 2014 / No comments / Read More »
WHY Abundant, interesting and delicious Persian food at low prices. Try the fesenjon, a sort of Persian mole, rich and complex, with pomegranate and walnuts. WHAT The kindly service can...Nov 9 2014 / 2 comments / Read More »
WHY A very good and surprisingly affordable selection of wine, beer and retro and rare sodas, as well as an extensive gourmet-to-go menu. WHAT Despite its name, this ‘market’ doesn’t...
Chocolate and pink peppercorns pair beautifully in these delicate meringues. These light, flavorful confections are wonderful to give or even to just keep for yourself....Dec 19, 2014 / More »
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 »
After not quite a year in business, Lucky Duck in Silver Lake is closing this weekend, according to an employee. The upscale bistro from the Square One folks in a Hyperion Ave. mini-mall...Dec 10, 2014 / More »
A series about LA chefs and the off-night food they love. There’s an impressive new crop of Italian restaurants in LA: Bucato, The Factory Kitchen, Maccheroni Republic, Bestia—they’re the leading edge of a...Sep 4, 2014 / More »
LA Times journalist Richard Marosi details the harsh labor conditions he witnessed on Mexican mega-farms. Plus, we discover the origin of the modern broiler chicken, and Espelette powder shows up at Southern California...Dec 12, 2014 / More »