It’s one of those weekends. If you want to go go from (almost) dawn to (beyond) dusk, the only thing stopping you is you.
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 To celebrate the Central Coast’s most cherished fruit. WHAT Going strong for more than a quarter of a century, this is a fine way to celebrate one of California’s...May 16 2013 / No comments / Read More »
WHY Well-crafted, upscale cocktails and vibrant American cuisine in a classy setting. WHAT Don’t be surprised when walking through the non-descript entrance to Sonny’s Hideaway—the gorgeous restaurant and bar more than make...May 10 2013 / No comments / Read More »
WHY Good German brats, fat pretzels and German beer on tap, including a hefeweizen that goes down very well on a sunny beach afternoon while the Boardwalk parade flows by....Apr 25 2013 / 1 comment / Read More »
WHY Great selection of sandwiches, salads, charcuterie and, of course, cheese, along with an excellent array of frozen goods and pantry staples. Call a day ahead and Nicole will make...
` La Tacopedia is out. Well, kind of. If you can find it here in the States. And it’s exactly what the title infers: an epic, thoroughly researched encyclopedia about regional Mexican tacos....May 23, 2013 / 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 »
Chef Eric and an apprentice with all the food we cooked: scallops, homemade pasta, lamb stew and sauteed chicken. Ever thought of trying to take your sketchy home cooking skills to a new...May 20, 2013 / More »
Escargot in garlic butter (pictured), housemade chicken liver pâté, and fondue for four are just some of the dishes at Dominique’s Kitchen in Redondo Beach. After cooking around the world for over 30...May 24, 2013 / More »
Roy Choi of Kogi fame talks about growing up with SPAM and his decision to endorse ham in a can. Plus, why hasn’t Filipino food caught on in LA?...May 17, 2013 / More »
from Wolvesmouth’s crawfish-themed dinner in June 2012 Le Fooding, a French culinary movement described by The New Yorker as “what the New Wave was to French cinema. The hidden goal was to Americanize...Apr 22, 2013 / More »
Timothy Hollingsworth The Strand House: Culinary Masters Series 117 Manhattan Beach Blvd Manhattan Beach, CA 90266Dining date: 5/20/13 Considering he spent the past 12 years at The French Laundry (the last 3+ years...May 22, 2013 / More »