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‘Eating L.A.’

Historic L.A.: Eagle Rock’s Rite Spot was hopping before Cindy’s

Bluffside dining in Eagle Rock at the Rite Spot, circa 1937 I was inspired by L.A. Observed’s post on L,A. photographer William Reagh to go digging into the L.A. Public Library photo archives again for more historic restaurant shots. Photographer Herman Schultheis, for some reason, exhaustively photographed the Rite Spot cafe where Cindy’s now stands […]

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Silver Lake Ramen: Expanding the neighborhood’s noodle palate

A former pupuseria got a sleek makeover in the Silver Sun Liquor plaza Now that I’ve moved back to Silver Lake, I couldn’t be happier about the array of new restaurants for everyday eating. Sure, it would be nice to have more destination restaurants in the neighborhood, but most of us can’t afford to go […]

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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 […]

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Remember L.A.’s Little Italy at Saturday’s Taste of Italy benefit

The Eastside Market on Alpine St. is one of the few remaining landmarks of L.A.’s Little Italy. Didn’t realize there was a strong Italian community in L.A.? It’s true that any vestiges of Italian neighborhood’s like San Francisco’s North Beach or New York’s Little Italy have pretty much disappeared, but they’ll make a one-day return […]

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Beer goggles and Doc Martens: What to wear to a beer festival

Doc Martens and dirndl: a tribute to the beers of England and Germany? Beer can be oh so refreshing on a hot day, but this year’s L.A. Beer Week festival tested even the hardiest hophead with 95 degree heat and lots of high-alcohol brews. But organizers moved most of the booths into the shade, and […]

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City Sip: 2.0 version debuts tonight in Echo Park

Former "CSI" production coordinator turned wine bar proprietor Nicole Daddio has soaked up a lot about the Echo Park sensibility since she opened City Sip four years ago. One of the things she learned is that Echo Park’s wine bar enthusiasts are pretty much allergic to high prices, formality and fussy wine protocol in general. […]

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Berlin blogger The Wednesday Chef comes to Vroman’s Friday with her new book "My Berlin Kitchen"

Like the letter packed with long-gone ethnic restaurants Jonathan Gold sent me by snail mail before the Internets began, I feel a special connection to those writers and bloggers willing to share their knowledge personally. So although it’s been a year and a half since I went to Berlin, I was excited to read My […]

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Win a ticket to L.A. Beer Week’s mega beer festival!

  You know you want to go to L.A. Beer Week’s mondo-sized beer festival at Union Station on Sunday, Sept. 30. It should be a tad cooler by then, the better for trying hundreds of craft beers from 70 breweries repping California and the rest of the world. Here’s how to win: You need to […]

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How about some tuna beer? L.A. Beer Week skeds sudsy, prickly fun

Not tuna fish, yuck! (Although there is a smoked salmon beer in Israel.) No, tuna means prickly pear in Spanish, and it’s the theme ingredient of this year’s L.A. Beer Week — which is actually 11 days long, since there are so many beer events to fit in. Eagle Rock Brewery has brewed up the […]

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Mess Hall: Los Feliz’s rustic/urban retreat opens this weekend

The historic building on the corner of Los Feliz and Hillhurst that started as Willard’s Chicken Shack then became famous as the Brown Derby had hit a rough patch over the last few years. When I first moved to the area, we had an over-priced steakhouse dinner at Michael’s, as it was known after the […]

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