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Talking Beer and Oktoberfest With Festmeister Hans

As the sun sets on this year’s Oktoberfest, we sit back and take a moment to remember Oktoberfest 2013, the good times, the bad times and the hazy times we only sort of remember. For the Oktober… Continue reading “Talking Beer and Oktoberfest With Festmeister Hans” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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Pan de Muerto: 5 Sweet Spots for Day of the Dead Bread

If you aren’t familiar with Dia de los Muertos, you really should be. Arguably one of the most badass holidays on the planet, it featured dancing skeletons before Social Distortion played their… Continue reading “Pan de Muerto: 5 Sweet Spots for Day of the Dead Bread ” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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Where to Eat Matzo Ball Soup in LA

‘Tis the season for meals that warm the soul, and the array of Jewish delis in Los Angeles offer a treasure trove of matzo ball soup options for the cold and weary. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this | StumbleIt | See the comments

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Why a Taco Joint or Cafe Can Rate Higher Than a White Tablecloth Restaurant

This week I review Sqirl, the breakfast and lunch spot on the Silver Lake/East Hollywood border that has gained a somewhat rabid following since its opening in late 2012. If you read the review,… Continue reading “Why a Taco Joint or Cafe Can Rate Higher Than a White Tablecloth Restaurant” > Read the full post [...]

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Ode to Tomatoes Day 1: Artisan, Paso Robles Wines & Apple Farm Inn Dinner

Paso Robles wines have piqued my curiosity for a long time but visiting the area itself has—until recently—eluded me, since I either didn’t have enough time to make a side trip en route to Northern California, or I just get lazy and sooner make my a daytrip in Santa Barbara County Wineries instead. So, when [...]

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Early Report: Downtown’s Peking Tavern

Angelenos who know a thing or two about dumplings bypass Chinatown and go directly to the San Gabriel Valley, but the opening of Peking Tavern may mean that downtown LA finally has a Chowhound-worthy dumpling house. Juicy pork, beef, or pumpkin and shrimp dumplings get votes from ‘hound Chandavkl. See More Stories Like This Share [...]

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Bryant and Kim Ng, Zoe Nathan and Josh Loeb Partner to Open Santa Monica Restaurant

Although there are many, many mashups that are incomprehensible, there are some that make so much sense, they seem not only intelligent but inevitable. In this case, and when you’re talking abou… Continue reading “Bryant and Kim Ng, Zoe Nathan and Josh Loeb Partner to Open Santa Monica Restaurant” > Read the full post on [...]

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How Vodka Can Be a Tool and Other Tips from Corner Door Barkeep Beau du Bois

Tools of the Trade is a new series in which we ask chefs, bartenders and other restaurant folks which tools they simply can’t live without. Today we talk to Corner Door barkeep Beau du Bois. Si… Continue reading “How Vodka Can Be a Tool and Other Tips from Corner Door Barkeep Beau du Bois” > [...]

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Scarpetta (Beverly Hills, CA) [2]

Scarpetta Montage Beverly Hills 225 North Canon Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 90210Dining date: 10/19/13 It’s been two years since my last visit to Scarpetta (it really doesn’t seem that long ago at all) and three years since my first opening night visit – still one of the more memorable dining experiences of my life. Scott Conant [...]

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Vineland and Burbank: Armenian Bakeries, "Perfect" Doughnuts + Great Lebanese Food

Vineland Ave. and Burbank Blvd. in North Hollywood is a famous intersection, at least to some. The perfectly silly Circus Liquor is there, with its overbearing polka dotted clown sign lording it… Continue reading “Vineland and Burbank: Armenian Bakeries, “Perfect” Doughnuts + Great Lebanese Food” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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