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WP24 Serving New $24 Cocktail

Go For Gold Is Wolfgang Puck jealous of New York’s mythical DoucheBurger? His WP24 in Downtown is concocting a new cocktail that’s priced at roughly the same cost of four six-packs. Designed by beverage director and First Brother, Klaus Puck, the $24 drink sounds much like any other, containing Oxley gin, rooftop-grown, smog-infused rosemary, and [...]


3 Events: Street Food Fest; PigOut; rooftop dinner & a movie

Street eats: This year’s L.A. Street Food Fest is this Saturday at the Rose Bowl. More than 75 food trucks and restaurants are participating, offering a literal smorgasbord of casual street food, gastropub fare, ice cream, coffee, beer, tequila and so much more. Participants include: Grilled Cheese Truck, Mighty Boba Truck, Peking Duck Truck, Gravy [...]


Edible Art: Made in L.A. Exhibits Local Food Crafters

Things just got a bit sweeter for L.A. art fans: Hammer Museum’s Made In L.A. biennial art exhibit, which runs until Sept. 2 and features works from celebrated local talent, will be teaming up w… Continue reading “Edible Art: Made in L.A. Exhibits Local Food Crafters” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


M.B. Post (Manhattan Beach, CA) (2)

Can You Dig It? Manhattan Beach Post (M.B. Post) 1142 Manhattan Ave Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 Dining date: 7/16/11 M.B. Post chef David LeFevre turned 40 earlier this month. To celebrate, he organized a dinner at his restaurant this past Monday featuring a rather strong cast of chefs from around LA. Animal, Mozza, Sotto, and [...]


Kaiseki Delights in LA at n/naka

The late spring/early summer menu at n/naka shows the extreme refinement of proper kaiseki, J.L. says. Kaiseki is a Japanese seasonal tasting menu, and Chef Niki Nakayama mixes up traditional Japanese cooking with a bit of modern flair, for a whimsical, surprising, and utterly pleasing journey. Some of the highlights on the current menu: spicy [...]


Giant Gummy Bears Invade Inland Empire

You don’t even have to brave the chocolate river Admit it. Ever since you saw Willy Wonka, you’ve dreamed of those gargantuan gummy bears swaying above the chocolate rapids. Well, you won’t have to endure a bad trip through the fudge tunnel to finally procure them. You’ll just have to make a trip out to [...]


Dinner tonight! Prosciutto-wrapped halibut with grape tomato salad

Because lean halibut dries out so quickly and can be sticky on the grill, wrap meaty fillets in a sheet of prosciutto for moist richness and flavor, and to make them easy to manage over a hot grill. The fish cooks up in almost no time — 4 to 5 minutes on each side, just [...]


Baja’s best plus local food artisans hit Saturday’s L.A. Street Food fest

Mariscos La Guerrerense’s wonderful Ensenada seafood tostada stand The L.A. Street Food festival is actually in Pasadena, but this summer’s edition features a wide array of native to L.A. food trucks, a clutch of the city’s best artisanal foodcrafters and most unique of all, several chefs and stands coming up from Baja California and bringing [...]


The Hammer Plans a One-Day Food Biennial Next Saturday

Twelve prodcuers were chosen out of hundreds Next Saturday, July 28, The Hammer Museum will present its own pop-up market of L.A.-crafted, small-batch independent edibles called “New. Artisanal. Now,” described as a one-day food biennial coinciding with the Made in L.A. art biennial. Whittled down from a long list of hundreds by local food trend-setters [...]


Live chat: Lunchtime with Jonathan Gold!

He's back! Times restaurant critic Jonathan Gold appears for his weekly live chat on Wednesday at noon, "Lunchtime With Mr. Gold." Tune in and bring your questions. He'll be here to answer as many of your dining queries as he can get to in half an hour.  Maybe you've got a burning desire for Islamic [...]


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