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Sqirl on Virgil: How to prolong your apricot bliss

brioche toast with Blenheim apricot jam and almond butter, La Esperanza coffee I’ve been obsessed with apricots almost my whole life. "Daddy, please buy me an apricot roll," I used to beg in the aisles of the old Food Giant on Canon Drive, where I would then wrap the fruit leather around my thumb and [...]


Take a Look at Michael’s Brand-New Menu, Launching Today

Chef John-Carlos Kuramoto Nearly a month ago, Michael McCarty revealed plans to reinvent the body and mind of his 33-year-old farm-to-table legend, Michael’s, into that of a “modern-day, moderately priced” restaurant with American/Californian brasserie touches. Here we have a look at the new menu, designed by chef John Carlos Kuramoto and still supplied by McCarty’s [...]


Stone Brewing Co.’s First Company Store Outside of San Diego Opens In Pasadena: Lines! Growlers!

A week before last Thursday’s official grand opening celebration at Stone Brewing’s new Company Store in Old Town Pasadena, the line to get growler fills wove through the Gold Line platform it … Continue reading “Stone Brewing Co.’s First Company Store Outside of San Diego Opens In Pasadena: Lines! Growlers!” > Read the full post [...]


What’s in the Chef’s Market Cart: String Beans from Tamai Farm

What’s in your cart, chef? This week, we ask Mark Hopkins, sous chef at Canelé in Atwater Village. We found him carefully packing his truck with what looked like too many crates of colorful la… Continue reading “What’s in the Chef’s Market Cart: String Beans from Tamai Farm” > Read the full post on Squid [...]


Food Trucks in Paris; A New Dumpling Trend; Italian Salumi

Americans are taking over the Parisian food scene with food trucks serving hamburgers and casual restaurants where the highest compliment is “très Brooklyn.”


Short Attention Span Dinner Theater: Your Week in Food, 10/15 – 10/19

In which we highlight the past week in food, either at home or abroad. “In a weak economy, is this the future of keeping businesses open? Move over Kickstarter.” Eva Restaurant Rallies for Hel… Continue reading “Short Attention Span Dinner Theater: Your Week in Food, 10/15 – 10/19″ > Read the full post on Squid [...]


Sarashina Horii (Tokyo, Japan)

Sarashina Horii 3-11-4 Motoazabu Minato-ku, Tokyo Dining date: 10/15/12 I first learned about Sarashina Horii from an episode of No Reservations. Masaharu Morimoto took Anthony Bourdain here during the Tokyo episode, raving about the soba here. It looked really good, so I immediately added it to my list of places to visit. Indeed, it seems [...]


The Early Word on Chego’s New Menu

Roy Choi brought the Kogi truck to Los Angeles and later founded Chego, a brick-and-mortar restaurant devoted to Asian rice bowls and comfort food. LA hound jsandler reports that Choi recently revamped Chego’s menu, and chrishei tried a number of the new additions. The smashed kabocha cup—roasted Japanese squash puréed with sweet potato and topped [...]


Ramirez Central Looking to Liquor Up Downtown

Count on more than 750 types of tequila, mescal, beer, and wine L.A. Downtown News sets the stage for a 7,081-square-foot liquor market called Ramirez Central, planning to open at Fifth and Alameda next spring. The “booze emporium” comes from the family behind 17-year-old Ramirez Liquor in Boyle Heights and will specialize in tequila, mezcal, [...]


The Undercover Vegetarian: Mozza Scuola di Pizza

Every vegetarian knows that there are some restaurants that simply aren’t for them. I hate to say it, because the dinners at the Scuola di Pizza (the subject of this week’s restaurant review) a… Continue reading “The Undercover Vegetarian: Mozza Scuola di Pizza” > Read the full post on Squid Ink


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