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LA’s Best Lox

While lox is typically not the most affordable offering on the menu, aficionados are willing to go the distance and pay the price for thin, salty, quality cuts of the stuff—and there are plenty of options in the Los Angeles area. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this | StumbleIt | [...]

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The Chinese Breakfast in LA, Mollie Katzen Best Roti in NYC

In an unsuspecting part of Monterey Park, Jonathan Gold finds the best Hong Kong style breakfast in Los Angeles. Plus, a trip to Ozone Park, Queens for roti.

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Early Report: Orsa & Winston

Josef Centeno’s latest restaurant, Orsa & Winston, is omakase only, and so far dishes like crudo of Japanese mackerel and coddled egg with pancetta and sherry cream have Chowhounds singing the chef’s praises. The restaurant is also just a hop, skip, and a jump from Centeno’s other two kitchens, forming a foodie trifecta in downtown [...]

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Great American Beer Fest 2013: More L.A. Breweries Than Ever Poised to Win Medals (PHOTOS)

DENVER — Nine Los Angeles County craft breweries are bringing their A-game this year to the country’s largest and most important congress for the beer industry — the Great American Beer Festiv… Continue reading “Great American Beer Fest 2013: More L.A. Breweries Than Ever Poised to Win Medals (PHOTOS)” > Read the full post on [...]

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Now Open: Andante Coffee Roasters on Beverly

The eventual over-caffeination of our fair city continues unabated today, as we peek in on Andante Coffee Roasters, a new pour over coffee spot just north of The Grove on Beverly Boulevard. Open… Continue reading “Now Open: Andante Coffee Roasters on Beverly” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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Deli Pickles in Bulk

Lovers of sour deli-style pickles are in luck: They’re available in bulk at A-1 Eastern Homemade Pickle Company, a nondescript downtown shop that distributes pickles to some of Angelenos’ favorite delis. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this | StumbleIt | See the comments

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Four Stars and 13 Courses at n/naka

The subject of this week’s restaurant review is n/naka, the Palms restaurant dedicated to kaiseki, the formal Japanese multi-course meal. You can read the full review over in the main food secti… Continue reading “Four Stars and 13 Courses at n/naka” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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Osteria Mozza (Los Angeles, CA)

Osteria Mozza 6602 Melrose Ave Los Angeles, CA 90038Dining date: 10/5/13 I haven’t been to Osteria Mozza in three years and it’s still one of LA’s most popular Italian restaurants. Since opening in 2006-7, the Mozza restaurants have been consistently popular. I’m amazed at what they’ve been able to do with the property at the corner of [...]

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Beer Tasting: Abita’s Andygator

Since I’m in Southern California, beers from Abita Brewery (from the other LA) are fairly uncommon to come by. And when their beers do make an appearance, it is usually the Purple Haze (their lager brewed with raspberries) or Turbodog (their rich, almost chocolaty dark ale) that gets most recognition. While I do enjoy both [...]

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Great Chicken and Waffles in Los Angeles

Roscoe’s House of Chicken and Waffles may be a classic LA restaurant, but it’s not the only place dishing up a killer combo of battered chicken and syrupy waffles. Consult this list for additional Chowhound-approved stops. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this | StumbleIt | See the comments

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