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Get messy at This End Up circus

Get messy at This End Up circus

Stuck in town?

Staycationing?

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.

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Color Me Circus

Here’s the problem with most circus-y shows.

There’s a lot going on but...

April 15 2014 / Comments Off / Read More »

Short List

Pop-up Restaurants, Tasty Goat, and Pricey Lobster

Pop-up Restaurants, Tasty Goat, and Pricey Lobster »

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, [...]...

August 15 2012 / No comments / Read More »

Discoveries

The Trails »

Trails, The

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 »

Teresita’s »

Teresita’s

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 »

The Counter »

Counter, The

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 »

Angelo’s Italian Deli »

Angelo’s Italian Deli

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...

Apr 7 2014 / 1 comment / Read More »

News, Deals & Events

Pure Vegan 3-Week Cooking Course »

Pure Vegan 3-Week Cooking Course

Joseph Schuldiner, the director of the Institute of Domestic Technology, will be teaching a three-week cooking course  in June based off his book Pure Vegan. The course will explore plant-based...

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Squid Ink

Decline and Fall

Decline and Fall

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences earlier this month screened The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years, Penelope Spheeris’ 1988 look at hair metal along the Sunset Strip....

Apr 17, 2014 / More »

Daily Dish

5 Questions for Thi Tran

5 Questions for Thi Tran

Thi Tran is chef of Starry Kitchen, which she runs with her husband, Nguyen Tran. She's famous for her fried tofu balls, he's famous for more than occasionally wearing a banana suit. The...

Aug 7, 2012 / More »

Grub Street

What To Eat At Petty Cash Taqueria, Open Tonight On Beverly

What To Eat At Petty Cash Taqueria, Open Tonight On Beverly

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 »

Eating L.A.

Pine & Crane: Silver Lake’s First Good Chinese Restaurant, Like, Ever

Pine & Crane: Silver Lake’s First Good Chinese Restaurant, Like, Ever

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 »

Chow L.A. Digest

Where to Buy Amazing Flour Online

Where to Buy Amazing Flour Online

It’s a brave new world for the home baker. In the now-distant past (as late as a year ago, actually), if you were serious about making bread at home the only decision about...

Apr 10, 2014 / More »

KCRW's Good Food

Vegan for Passover, the Perfect Apron, Buttermilk Drops

Vegan for Passover, the Perfect Apron, Buttermilk Drops

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 »

HC's Foodventure

Recipe: Express Tiramisu

Recipe: Express Tiramisu

Back in the mid-late 90s, tiramisu was the “it” dessert. And thus, it was something I consistently order every time I see it on the menu, all the while feeling very sophisticated about...

Mar 31, 2014 / More »

Darin Dines

Scratch Bar (Los Angeles, CA)

Scratch Bar (Los Angeles, CA)

Scratch Bar 111 N La Cienega Blvd Beverly Hills, CA 90211Dining date: 3/15/14 Scratch Bar opened almost a year ago, a relatively young entrant to La Cienega’s Restaurant Row. The menu, created by...

Apr 16, 2014 / More »

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