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Western Avenue and Eighth: Bangladeshi Ramen, Korean Sushi Salad + Shady Soondae Guk

Last we checked in on the strip malls of Koreatown, there were unfortunately named pizza places, spicy fried chicken wings and a Thai spot with a bus parked inside. This time, we’ve headed south … Continue reading “Western Avenue and Eighth: Bangladeshi Ramen, Korean Sushi Salad + Shady Soondae Guk” > Read the full post [...]

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5 Great Chicken Liver Dishes in Los Angeles

Leading up to this year’s Best of L.A. issue (coming out Oct. 3), we’ll be bringing you periodic lists of some of the best things we’ve found to eat and drink around town. Ice cream sandwiches a… Continue reading “5 Great Chicken Liver Dishes in Los Angeles” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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LA’s Best Italian Restaurants

From inch-thick, fennel-crusted pork chops to handcrafted pizzas with gluten-free crust options, LA’s Italian restaurants have something for everyone. To help narrow down the selection, check out this Chowhound list of lauded Italian kitchens. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this | StumbleIt | See the comments

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This Week’s Restaurant Review: Girasol in Studio City

This week, our review considers Girasol, the new restaurant from CJ Jacobson in Studio City. You can read the full review over in the food section, or get an abbreviated taste below. Chef: CJ J… Continue reading “This Week’s Restaurant Review: Girasol in Studio City” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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Searsucker (San Diego, CA)

Searsucker 611 5th Ave San Diego, CA 92101Dining date: 7/27/13 In three years, Brian Malarkey’s gotten a strong hold of the San Diego dining scene. His first restaurant was this one in the heart of the gaslamp quarter, opened in the summer of 2010. Three years later, he has five different concepts in the San [...]

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Piecast: What Does David Sedaris Want in a Dessert?

David Sedaris doesn’t think much of tarts. Plus, judging an Amish pie contest.

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Should Tipping Be Abolished?

Yesterday in The New York Times, restaurant critic Pete Wells made his case for doing away with the tipping system. He’s hardly the first person to make this argument. In recent months, Slate has… Continue reading “Should Tipping Be Abolished?” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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Cajun Cooking at Ritter’s in Santa Ana

In Santa Ana, Chowhounds recommend Ritter’s for sizable, well-executed Creole dishes. Many entrées, including the excellent house pan roast with seafood in a tomato cream sauce, are prepared in double-walled kettles that are sometimes manned by Chef Ritter himself. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this | StumbleIt | See the [...]

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Early Report: Quenelle Opens in Burbank

The sweet treats by former Lukshon and Father’s Office pastry chef John Park can now be found at Quenelle, a new dessert parlor on Magnolia Boulevard in Burbank. Expect gelato, bonbons, pies, cakes, cookies, specialty “push-up” pops, and more. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this | StumbleIt | See the [...]

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Three Bottles One Shop: Barsha Wines and Spirits

Three Bottles, One Shop is a series in which we take a peek into an L.A. wine shop and ask the owner to pick and describe three great bottles on offer. Have a shop you’d like to see featured? Em… Continue reading “Three Bottles One Shop: Barsha Wines and Spirits” > Read the full post [...]

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