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Fried Fish Around LA

In September, Chowhounds banded together and sought out fried fish in every corner of Greater Los Angeles. Next time a craving for roadside catfish and chips, po’ boys, or oyster sliders strikes, use this comprehensive fish list as your road map to battered bliss. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this [...]


Early Report: Offal Galore at Jue Wei

Duck head, goose bowels, and intestines are just some of the offal-icious offerings at Jue Wei Kitchen, a new restaurant in San Gabriel. “Go for the oddities, stay for the porridge,” says ipsedixit. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this | StumbleIt | See the comments


LQ Fooding @ Vertical Wine Bistro

I’ve known Laurent Quenioux and his eclectic fare since his Bistro K days in South Pasadena, so when I heard he’s doing a few “foodings” (that’s food+feelings, a concept that I’m familiar with but still don’t fully grasp—and I’m not sure if anyone’s meant to,) I made a reservation, snagged Conbon, grabbed a bottle of [...]


Remembering Marcella Hazan, Cooking on a Food Stamp Budget

We remember the Italian cookbook author Marcella Hazan. Plus, could you create three meals a day with a budget of $4.50? A chef takes the food stamp challenge.


Take a Seat in Venice’s Barnyard

For some, the name Barnyard conjures up pig troughs and hay, but for Executive Chef Jesse Barber, formerly of the Tasting Kitchen, the title is about casual comfort. Head to Venice to sample perfectly executed salmon, grilled bread with homemade raspberry spread, and more off Barber’s small-plates menu. See More Stories Like This Share on [...]


Two New Bars: The Warwick in Hollywood and Honeycut Downtown

If Los Angeles nightlife was redefined every time a bar opened that said it was “set to redefine L.A. nightlife,” we would have a very confused bar scene indeed. That said, two new bars are open… Continue reading “Two New Bars: The Warwick in Hollywood and Honeycut Downtown” > Read the full post on Squid [...]


Hispanic Heritage Month at Xiomara on Melrose

October is National Hispanic Heritage Month, and though finding great Spanish-influenced food is as easy as stepping onto an L.A. street corner, you could seek out Cuban-influenced California cu… Continue reading “Hispanic Heritage Month at Xiomara on Melrose” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


Sonny’s Hideaway: How Many Forks Did the Highland Park Spot Rate?

Manila clams at Sonny’s Hideaway Sonny’s Hideaway is certainly an improvement from Highland Kitchen and some of the previous spots. Read the review in the Los Feliz Ledger and see how many forks it rated. Here’s an excerpt from the review: Although both cocktails and menu items include all sorts of trendy ingredients from lime [...]


Allumette Impresses in Echo Park

Allumette describes its fare as avant-garde comfort food, and after a recent visit to the Echo Park restaurant, Ciao Bob declares the food delicious as well. Blue prawns with pork belly, white peach, and pickled wasabi were a favorite, and the Szechuan pork dumplings (pictured) are a must, if they’re available. See More Stories Like [...]


Hakkasan Beverly Hills: First Look

There’s no sign outside of Hakkasan Beverly Hills, just a menu on the sidewalk and a cryptic symbol above two huge doors, covered in geometric metal lattice, that are practically impossible to o… Continue reading “Hakkasan Beverly Hills: First Look” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


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