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Bestia (Los Angeles, CA) [2]

Bestia 2121 7th Pl. Los Angeles, CA 90021Dining date: 8/17/13, 11/8/13, 1/3/14 Bestia has quickly become one of my favorite restaurants in the city with its delicious Italian food. I’m not the only one that’s visited regularly as the restaurant seems to be packed night-in and night-out for those stopping in for Ori Menashe’s food, [...]


Golden Globes: A Skeptic’s Talking Points

The 71st Golden Globes take place today, and while the stars are busy trying on their outfits, we’re just trying not to groan. To their credit, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association sometimes shows better judgement than the Academy – most recently by awarding David Fincher and The Social Network over Tom Hooper and The King’s [...]


Chowhound Find: Crème Caramel LA

At Crème Caramel LA in Sherman Oaks, custard cups rule the roost—especially the original French custard, a family recipe. The unique flavors, from ube (purple yam) to masala chai, are worth a trek to the San Fernando Valley. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this | StumbleIt | See the comments


A ‘Scent Concert’ at the Hammer Museum

A disclaimer at the bottom of tickets to A Trip to Japan in 16 Minutes: Revisited, the scent experiment playing out at the Hammer Museum this weekend, warns of “strong olfactory stimulation through aromamolecules both natural and simulated.” The event – in which audience members sit, blindfolded, as scents are piped into the room, along with [...]


More Pizza to Love Near Abbot Kinney

Venice locals have struck strip-mall gold with South End, a new kitchen and wine bar by Mozza veteran Frank Fermin. The chef is keeping things simple, with six “rustic pie” options, savory tarts, salads, and cheese on the menu. Expect a slightly thicker dough with great chew. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook [...]


Inside Tsukiji Market; Ivan Ramen; Japanese Soul Food

From the Tsukiji Market’s tuna auction, to Japanese soul food and dashi, we take a look at Japanese cuisine.


Diane von Furstenberg’s Famed Wrap Dress Celebrates 40th Anniversary With L.A. Exhibit

Diane von Furstenberg likes to joke that she cannot separate herself from her iconic wrap dress that made her famous: the long sheet of (usually) brightly patterned fabric that wraps around a woman’s body, cinching around the waist to give her the illusion of an hourglass figure. “The wrap dress is the one thing that [...]


Corazon y Miel Pumps Up Bell

For seriously inspired Mexican eats—think avocado frito with mango and coconut, plus wild boar chilaquiles—bypass downtown and land at Bell’s Corazon y Miel, brought to you by Eduardo Ruiz, formerly of Animal. The bar program is just as interesting as the food menu, from the Borra-Chata (horchata spiked with rum) to the Salsa Verde, made [...]


Ron Nichols Out As DWP Chief; Earned Respect Of Utility’s Critics

Ron Nichols, the general manager of the Department of Water and Power, announced today that he is stepping down at the end of the month. The DWP is perhaps the city’s least popular agency, and DWP reform became a central issue in last year’s mayoral campaign. But in three years at the helm, Nichols earned [...]


Meizhou Dongpo Opens in Century City

After much anticipation, Beijing-based Meizhou Dongpo has opened its doors in the Westfield Century City mall. Despite speculation that typical Sichuan spice levels are being tailored to the restaurant’s Westside audience, a tender pork hock and whole fish in tomato sauce have impressed early guests. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet [...]


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