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‘Eating L.A.’

Mo-chica’s grand opening downtown is today: Alpaca si, guinea pig comes later

Peruvian chef Ricardo Zarate’s Mo-chica seemed like a wonderful  find when it opened in Mercado la Paloma south of Downtown three years ago. Zarate was quickly hailed as a talent to watch, and for a while Mo-Chica remained, if not a foodie secret, at least somewhat under-the-radar with its early closing and no-alcohol policies. Then [...]


Altadena Farmers Market: Big Mista, Plow & Gun Coffee, Oysters, Fox Pizza Bus, Mother Moo and Molonay Tubilderborst bread !

The new Altadena Farmers’ Market opens Wednesday and if it sounds like one of the most interesting ones around, it’s not surprising — it’s the brainchild of Joseph Shuldiner, founder of the Institute of Domestic Technology and designer of the Eat: Los Angeles books. Sponsored by Altadena Heritage, this is a farmers’ market unlike the [...]


Fusion Burgers: Highland Park gets a familiar burger menu with a local twist

Mexican BBQ burger at Fusion Burgers Drive down York Blvd. in Highland Park and it’s hard to resist stopping for a $1 taco at one of the smoky open air taco tables dotting the street between Figueroa and Ave. 50. The tables doling out the best pastor tacos are distinguished by the pineapple speared at [...]


Are you friend or foe of foie gras? Taste some now before it goes away June 30

Montes rose of syrah has a label drawn by Ralph Steadman! Like the first time I set foot in Paris, the first time I had foie gras was a sweetly memorable experience. I was 23 and leaving Paris soon, moving back to L.A. for good. My French boyfriend wanted to take me too a really [...]


Tom Bergin’s: Better beer, shinier shamrocks

Afternoon delight: an Irish coffee at Tom Bergin’s vintage bar Except for an awkward blind date with a guy named Michael Bolton (don’t ask), most of my visits to Tom Bergin’s have involved standing up in a packed the bar area, saying goodbye to somebody leaving Variety. Tom Bergin’s Fairfax location makes it a perfect [...]


News from Square One, Gingergrass and Glassell Park’s new Lemon Poppy Kitchen at Taste of the Eastside

Pharmacie’s Talmadge Lowe, left, demonstrated technique for tasty whiskey sours: Buffalo Trace bourbon, lemon juice, simple syrup, Old-Fashioned bitters. Sunday’s Taste of the Eastside wasn’t just a chance to try some great bites from restaurants around Silver Lake, Echo Park, Atwater, Eagle Rock and Highland Park, but also a good place to catch up with [...]


Taste of the Eastside: show and tell marshmallows, pickles, jam and gnocchi

Guisados tacos Tickets are still available for Sunday’s Taste of the Eastside at Barnsdall Park from 1 pm-5 pm, and there’s a full afternoon of demonstrations planned in case you need to take an eating break. Tickets are $35 until Saturday at midnight, and $45 at the event, and benefit Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, [...]


La Cuevita opens Friday: More mescal, but the bats remain

for now, the sign remains the same The Little Cave on Figueroa was aways a low-key place to grab a beer, with adorable Bettie Page-esque dj’s spinning PIL and heavily-tattooed bartenders who invited you to the premiere of their horror movie at the bar. But despite the charm of the pitch-black interior and spooky clientele, [...]


Toasting L.A.’s new Greenbar distillery with a Vanilla Shandy cocktail

L.A. welcomed its first commercial distillery since prohibition Sunday evening as Greenbar Collective had its grand opening in a Downtown warehouse. (Unfortunately the draconian local liquor laws mean there’s no tasting room, so it’s wholesale only.) Litty Mathew and Melkon Khosrovian’s company has come a long way since we voted on fruit and herb-infused vodkas [...]


Rocio’s Moles De Los Dioses: Food of the Goddess, indeed

Rocio’s "Mole of the Goddesses" I had been wanting to try Rocio’s Moles ever since the queen of moles, Rocio Camacho, landed at her new restaurant in Bell. Although I had been to Bell with Bill Esparza on the Latin desserts crawl, it still seemed like a fur piece to go for lunch. But then [...]


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