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Test Kitchen’s Spooky Offal Night: Lamb Hearts, Blood Pasta + Chocolate Salumi

At last night’s Test Kitchen dinner at Bestia, the phrase “vegetarian options are not available during this special meal” printed on top of the menu was something of an understatement. Cooked… Continue reading “Test Kitchen’s Spooky Offal Night: Lamb Hearts, Blood Pasta + Chocolate Salumi” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


Rocket Fizz


WHY It’s hard to imagine a confection or soda this place doesn’t have, and the cheerful and friendly surroundings will make you want to linger awhile. WHAT A retro candy and soda lover’s paradise in the heart of Burbank, Rocket Fizz stocks more than 500 varieties of soda and even more kinds of classic and […]

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Critic Brad A. Johnson On Time Out

Former Angeleno restaurant reviewer Brad A. Johnson, the self-described “best food critic in America and worldwide,” is now offering his thoughts for Time Out L.A, the weekly New York magazine’s long-awaited West Coast digit. Johnson pinned three out of five stars on L&E Oyster Bar most recently, positing that Silver Lake’s popular shellfish shop “channels […]


Where the Chefs Eat: The Hungry Cat’s David Lentz

Where the Chefs Eat is an ongoing series in which we ask a local chef to give us his or her favorite dining options. This week, David Lentz, chef and owner of The Hungry Cat, tells us his favor… Continue reading “Where the Chefs Eat: The Hungry Cat’s David Lentz” > Read the full post […]


Corner Door Ushers In New Fall Cocktails on Halloween

The Lumberjack’s Liquor Cabinet On Halloween, Beau du Bois, the bartender at Culver City’s new Corner Door, will unleash his new fall cocktail menu at 10:00 P.M., offering all drinks for nine-dollars to ride out rest of the evening. Broken into two sections, one for simpler “Shaken” cocktails, the other a more complex “Stirred” selection, […]


The Big Gay Ice Cream Truck: Worth the Wait?

Last week, to much fanfare, New York City’s Big Gay Ice Cream Truck rolled into Los Angeles for the first time ever, bringing its famous Strauss-creamery soft serve and dulce de leche with it… Continue reading “The Big Gay Ice Cream Truck: Worth the Wait?” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


Sushi Kanesaka (Tokyo, Japan)

Sushi Kanesaka Misuzu Building 8-10-3 Ginza, Chuo, Tokyo 104-0061 Dining date: 10/21/12 There are so many sushi restaurants in Tokyo, it’s a daunting task trying to choose which ones to go to. However, the fact the I would be dining solo for most of the meals, and speak very little Japanese, helped to filter down […]


Silver Lake Ramen: Expanding the neighborhood’s noodle palate

A former pupuseria got a sleek makeover in the Silver Sun Liquor plaza Now that I’ve moved back to Silver Lake, I couldn’t be happier about the array of new restaurants for everyday eating. Sure, it would be nice to have more destination restaurants in the neighborhood, but most of us can’t afford to go […]


Martha Stewart’s Cooking School: Episode 4, Stocks

Squid Ink is going back to basics with Martha Stewart’s Cooking School, airing every weekend through the end of the year on PBS. Join us. See also: Martha Stewart’s Cooking School: Episode 1, … Continue reading “Martha Stewart’s Cooking School: Episode 4, Stocks” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


Haunted Restaurants; Foodie Halloween Costumes; Orange Wine

It’s not too late to make your Halloween costume. A costume designer shares DIY food inspired costume ideas. Plus, discover LA’s haunted restaurants and bars.


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