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WHY Tender al pastor with a crunchy glaze, pit-barbecued lamb and chicken on weekends, and tender but lean pierna de cerdo (pork leg), served in burritos or tortas. WHAT First-timers come for the excellent tacos and burritos, then return for the Saturday and Sunday barbacoa, whole pit-roasted lamb, served in two courses: lamb soup, followed […]

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Early Report: Cousins Maine Lobster in Pasadena

Three weeks ago, Cousins Maine Lobster—one of LA’s dueling lobster-roll trucks—joined the Pasadena brick-and-mortar restaurant scene. The early word on Chowhound is positive. Fried Ipswich clam bellies with tartar sauce are tasty, though at $13.50 the small portion size could be an issue. Lobster rolls come in two sizes for $14 and $17, either hot […]


Remember L.A.’s Little Italy at Saturday’s Taste of Italy benefit

The Eastside Market on Alpine St. is one of the few remaining landmarks of L.A.’s Little Italy. Didn’t realize there was a strong Italian community in L.A.? It’s true that any vestiges of Italian neighborhood’s like San Francisco’s North Beach or New York’s Little Italy have pretty much disappeared, but they’ll make a one-day return […]


WTF: Travel+Leisure Choses Only Son of A Gun and Water Grill in Best Seafood List

Last May, Travel+Leisure listed L.A. as the ninth best city in America for burgers. In this month’s best of seafood list, T+L includes Son of A Gun and Water Grill as L.A. entries. However, the magazine clearly misplaced its Oxford dictionary as it left out every and any sushi restaurant in America, as well as […]


Paiche Preview: Ricardo Zarate’s New Restaurant Coming to Marina Del Rey

It looks like the MDR dining scene is getting a much needed shot in the arm in early 2013, thanks to chef Ricardo Zarate and business partner Stefan Bombet. The duo behind Picca and Mo-Chica ar… Continue reading “Paiche Preview: Ricardo Zarate’s New Restaurant Coming to Marina Del Rey ” > Read the full post […]


Strand Brewing Joining Upper West for Beer Dinner

Strand Brewing Co In July, the LA Times article on Strand Brewing nearly brought the emo, wannabe brewer in us to tears. It seems in a matter of three months, the situation for the brewmasters in Torrance has improved and they’re finally able to get out of South Bay for a quick curated event. Strand […]


Cake and Art: A West Hollywood Bakery Translates Art into Frosting + A Video

Elton John’s Eiffel Tower, Bob Hope’s piano and Bernadette Peters’ shoe have one thing in common: They’ve all become cakes from Cake and Art, a West Hollywood bakery that can seemingly recreate… Continue reading “Cake and Art: A West Hollywood Bakery Translates Art into Frosting + A Video” > Read the full post on Squid […]


The Parish (Los Angeles, CA)

The Parish 840 S Spring St Los Angeles, CA 90015 Dining date: 10/5/12 The Parish is downtown’s newest gastropub (dubbed a modern English gastropub), opened a couple of months ago at the intersection of Spring and Main streets. The chef is Casey Lane, who made a name for himself at The Tasting Kitchen in Venice. […]


A Look at The Parish’s New Breakfast Menu

Fried Chicken Biscuit We took the herculean task of waking up at 8:00 A.M. on a Sunday in order to bring you a peek inside The Parish during daylight. Brooke Mosley, “high priestess of pastries”, arrives at the Downtown kitchen around 4:00 A.M to oversee her famous biscuits which drive the savory portion of the […]


Tech for Food Nerds: Chefs Feed 2.0 Launches Today

Chefs Feed, the app that launched a little less than a year ago, released version 2.0 today with a bunch of new cities and more social media interaction capabilities. Chefs Feed aims to do muc… Continue reading “Tech for Food Nerds: Chefs Feed 2.0 Launches Today” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


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