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Early Report: Café MangoSix Opens on Third Street

Organic coffee, freshly made coconut-mango juice, and panini sandwiches hot off the grill are just a few of the offerings at Café MangoSix, new on the Third Street corridor and the first U.S. location from the Seoul-based company. Grab a bowl of frozen yogurt, top it with honeycomb and kiwi, and dig in on the [...]

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LA’s Best Cobb Salads

Foodie legend has it that the Cobb salad was invented at Hollywood’s Brown Derby, and though the small restaurant chain is long gone, its creation lives on in dining rooms around Los Angeles. Dig your fork into Fred 62’s Thai-inspired version, splurge on the one at the Polo Lounge, or sift through other suggestions from [...]

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Daniel Boulud, Remembering Judy Rodgers, Scratch and Sniff Wine

Evan talks to Daniel Boulud about his new book, Joyce Goldstein reflects on Judy Rodgers’ life, and Richard Betts talks about his scratch and sniff wine guide.

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Daniel Boulud, Remembering Judy Rogers, Scratch and Sniff Wine

Evan talks to Daniel Boulud about his new book, Joyce Goldstein reflects on Judy Rogers’ life, and Richard Betts talks about his scratch and sniff wine guide.

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Early Report: République

Award-winning chef Walter Manzke has finally fired up his wood-burning oven at République, his newest venture with wife, pastry chef, and co-owner Margarita Manzke. Boards of charcuterie, airy pork rinds, and uni scrambled eggs on toast are delighting early visitors. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this | StumbleIt | See [...]

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Torta Company and Loteria Grill Coming Soon to Downtown L.A.

Your lunch and dinner options in Downtown will expand further as with the grand stall-by-stall openings of Torta Company and Loteria Grill at FIGat7th next Friday, Dec. 13. Whereas the Loteria G… Continue reading “Torta Company and Loteria Grill Coming Soon to Downtown L.A.” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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Commonwealth (San Francisco, CA) [2]

Commonwealth 2224 Mission Street San Francisco, CA 94110Dining date: 11/29/13 My first two visits to Commonwealth were excellent. The food was creative, well-executed and delicious within a very well-priced tasting menu ($65 at the time with $10 going directly to a local charity). Given I don’t spend as much time in San Francisco as I [...]

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LA Brunch Beyond Eggs

Come the weekend, Chowhound fullmix sets out in search of great brunch spots—especially kitchens that go beyond standard egg dishes. Between lobster rolls and all-you-can-eat Latin and Asian fusion, there’s no reason to get in an egg rut in LA. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this | StumbleIt | See [...]

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Repeal Day Specials: Where to Celebrate the End of Prohibition

What do FDR, Utah and booze have in common? If you guessed Repeal Day you’d be correct. On Dec. 5, 1933, Prohibition, or the 18th Amendment — that dark swathe of government-mandated alcoholi… Continue reading “Repeal Day Specials: Where to Celebrate the End of Prohibition” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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Chowhound Find: The Flintridge Proper

La Cañada Flintridge isn’t known for its culinary offerings, but the Flintridge Proper gives new reason to visit the hillside suburb. The bar and kitchen, designed by Gjelina architect Sam Marshall, has something to please everyone, from spicy duck wings and house-made pickles to fresh-baked pastries at breakfast. Then there’s the cocktail bar, packed with [...]

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