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The Best Ramen in Los Angeles: Chowhound Lists

LA has long had a decent ramen scene, but lately it’s exploded into a great one. Angelenos’ current obsession is tonkotsu, with its long simmered pork-bone broth, creamy and viscous. New outposts of tonkotsu—each claiming a more intensive simmering technique—seem to spring up weekly. Of course, plenty of other ramen styles are floating around, for [...]


Two Julia Child Lookalike Contests in Pasadena Tonight, Plus Two of Our Favorite Bizarro Impressions

Julian Child Lest all the sentimental spilled ink has Julia Child’s 100th Birthday sounding a little too mournful, two Pasadena restaurants are fleshing out the chef’s light sense of humor in a strange twist. Toro Sushi and 300 Pasadena bowling lounge are both holding their own Julia Child lookalike contests as part of tonight’s major-rager [...]


Drink This Now: The Parish’s Historic Core Cocktail + A Recipe

The Parish, downtown’s new restaurant wedged into the narrow flat-iron space on Spring Street, opened a few weeks ago — but you might not guess it after look around. Chef Casey Lane took inspir… Continue reading “Drink This Now: The Parish’s Historic Core Cocktail + A Recipe” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


What to Eat For Sunday Brunch at Bow & Truss

Stefhanie Myers’ “Oh Frijoles” North Hollywood’s new Bow & Truss, opened last month by Knitting Factory, the same company behind the neighborhood’s Federal Bar, is launching brunch service this coming Sunday. Chef Stefhanie Myers, a vet of Rivera and Playa, is introducing new Latin-inspired manana meals from 9:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. every Sunday. Myers [...]


LAUSD Introduces New "Healthier" Menus

As back-to-school season rolls around and kids load up their backpacks for another year, it appears that schoolchildren in L.A. County can look for some improvements in the cafeteria — more nut… Continue reading “LAUSD Introduces New “Healthier” Menus” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


Burger Haven Opening August 20 in Pasadena, First 100 Free

Haven’s signature Burger Haven Gastropub has pushed back the opening of its burger-joint-within-a-gastropub concept, Burger Haven. Originally said to be opening on the first of this month, the restaurant is now going to crack its doors next Monday, August 20, for a new menu of burgers by Haven chef Greg Daniels, offered daily and including [...]


68: Lamb Pie at Beijing Pie House

Leading up to this year’s Best of L.A. issue (due out Oct. 4), we’ll be counting down, in no particular order, 100 of our favorite dishes. 68: Lamb Pie at Beijing Pie House. See those xian bia… Continue reading “68: Lamb Pie at Beijing Pie House ” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


LA Food & Wine: Asian Night Market (Los Angeles, CA)

Asian Night Market Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival 2012 Nokia Plaza 800 W. Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90015 Dining date: 8/10/12 Los Angeles Food & Wine is in its second year, already one of the largest (if not the largest) food festivals of the year in LA. With 40+ events over 4 days, [...]


Portland, Maine: Bagels, beer and Bigfoot make it just as groovy as its West Coast cousin

Bite into Maine lobster trailer at Portland lighthouse Still a California girl, I had never been north of New Hampshire before, so a recent week in Rhode Island seemed like a good excuse to drive up to Maine. Lured by lobster and having heard that Portland is a great beer town, I was eager to [...]


Santa Monica Seafood: Go for the Spot Prawns, Stay for the Salt Water Taffy

The Santa Barbara Spot prawns we picked up recently at Santa Monica Seafood, inspired by Michael Cimarusti’s salt cooking technique, set us back $13.95. For two. Not exactly a cost-cutting shopp… Continue reading “Santa Monica Seafood: Go for the Spot Prawns, Stay for the Salt Water Taffy ” > Read the full post on Squid [...]


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