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What Silver Lake Was Like Before the Meadow, L.A. River Revitalization and More: A Look Back

Silver Lake meadow: one of the new and improved features Back in 2001, I had an argument with someone who claimed that although Silver Lake was starting to have cool restaurants and boutiques, it would never really get any better because boutiques alone don’t help kids, walkers, bikers, etc. I took it as a challenge [...]

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Three Bottles One Shop: Buzz Beer Wine Shop

Three Bottles, One Shop is a series in which we take a peek into a Los Angeles wine shop and ask the owner to pick and describe three great bottles on offer. Have a shop you’d like to see featur… Continue reading “Three Bottles One Shop: Buzz Beer Wine Shop” > Read the full post [...]

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b.o.s. (Los Angeles, CA)

b.o.s. 424 E 2nd St Los Angeles, CA 90012Dining date: 11/12/13 b.o.s. is one of the newest restaurants to open in the Little Tokyo area. Inside the Honda Plaza next to the ever-popular Sushi Gen (and across the way from Men Oh Tokushima), the restaurant has a rather unique focus: beef nose-to-tail dining. Mainstream diners [...]

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Early Report: Bountiful Burmese at Fuji West

Despite Fuji West’s Japanese name, it’s the Burmese eats that command an audience at this new San Gabriel establishment. Try the Mogok pork for its heavy lemongrass flavor, or the off-menu yellow tofu. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this | StumbleIt | See the comments

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Hard Times and Nicky D’s Exit Silver Lake: End of a Neighborhood Pizza Era

With Nicky D’s and Hard Times closing within a week or two of each other, it’s out with the old and in with the newer pizza guard in Silver Lake. Wood will be opening in the old Tom’s Burgers space on Sunset soon with the silly logo, while many pizzaphiles have moved on to Mother [...]

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Moon House Settles in the West

Moon House has replaced Winchell’s (and cumin lamb has replaced donuts) on the corner of Santa Monica and Sepulveda boulevards. While the fare at this Chinese restaurant may not delight those accustomed to what’s available in the San Gabriel Valley, the cumin lamb and sautéed pork belly dishes are decent stand-ins. See More Stories Like [...]

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Soviet Food Memories, Salt Block Cooking, Deborah Madison

Anya Von Bremsen longs for Soviet cuisine, Mark Bitterman talks about salt block cooking, and Deborah Madison talks about what it means to be vegetable literate.

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Thanksgivukkah: It’s Now a Thing, With its Own Hot Dog

Thanksgivukkah dog at DogHaus "I’m not sure if you’re working on any Thanksgivukkah round-ups…" read the publicist’s email. Well, I’m not, but I think that officially confirms that the fact that Hanukkah falls near Thanksgiving this year is enough to create a new holiday mashup. Hey, I’ve been known to send Chrismukkah cards, so who [...]

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Sawtelle’s New Sushi To-Go Option

Designed for easy takeout or delivery, the menu at Fugu is simple, with three salads, a handful of roll options, and six sushi and sashimi offerings. Chowhound member soniabegonia says the quality-to-price ratio is reason to visit—rolls begin at $5.95. See More Stories Like This Share on Facebook | Tweet this | StumbleIt | See the comments

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5 Reasons to Eat at the Glendale Din Tai Fung

As you probably know, Din Tai Fung, the glorious dumpling palace that specializes in soup dumplings, or xiao long bao, recently opened in Glendale. And not just anywhere in Glendale but in the ü… Continue reading “5 Reasons to Eat at the Glendale Din Tai Fung ” > Read the full post on Squid Ink

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