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‘Eating L.A.’

Hero Shop, a Great Banh Mi By Any Other Name

The spread of banh mi across the land has been a mixed blessing for the humble Vietnamese sandwich. I was a relative latecomer to the Southeast Asian hoagie, but after my first taste in 2004 or so at a long-gone shop on Valley Blvd., I was hooked on the perfect interplay of crispy yet soft [...]

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Tink’s House: All Pop-Ups Should Be This Creative

Tink’s house is located in a small unused office building on First St. Is it an art gallery? A pop-up restaurant? An interactive progressive dinner? Tink’s House, installed near Downtown L.A. from July 31 until Aug. 16, is all of the above. The entire project was planned by chef Jon Sewitz, who started the "culinary [...]

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Tink’s House: All Pop-Ups Should Be This Creative

Tink’s house is located in a small unused office building on First St. Is it an art gallery? A pop-up restaurant? An interactive progressive dinner? Tink’s House, installed near Downtown L.A. from July 31 until Aug. 16, is all of the above. The entire project was planned by chef Jon Sewitz, who started the "culinary [...]

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Tink’s House: All Pop-Ups Should Be This Creative

Tink’s house is located in a small unused office building on First St. Is it an art gallery? A pop-up restaurant? An interactive progressive dinner? Tink’s House, installed near Downtown L.A. from July 31 until Aug. 16, is all of the above. The entire project was planned by chef Jon Sewitz, who started the "culinary [...]

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Quick Bite: Beelman’s Pub is the Latest Downtown Drinking Option

Beelman’s on Spring St. joins Downtown’s buzzy bar scene What: Beelman’s Pub Where: 600 S. Spring St., Downtown, 213.622.1022 Why: You want a nice after-work cocktail Downtown, but you also want something better to nosh on than just fried bar snacks, and you’d like to watch the street life unroll as you drink. The goods: [...]

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Trencher Puts on the Sandwich Feed Bag in Echo Park

Low-key Trencher is tucked just off of Sunset Blvd. in Echo Park EatingLA has been on a bit of a hiatus for the past few weeks, devouring oysters and salumi in Seattle and working on a fun cocktail and beer-intensive project. But of course we haven’t stopped eating, and one recent visit was to Trencher, [...]

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Wexler’s Deli Updates the Bagels, Lox and Pastrami We All Love

L.A. has been a little behind in the artisanal deli movement. While Portland’s Kenny and Zuke’s has been open for years, Micah Wexler’s new Wexler’s Deli stall in Grand Central Market is the first stab at a new-style deli in our area. There’s nothing wrong with Nate ‘n Al’s or Brent’s, but operating from a [...]

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It’s Tacolandia Time, Now With an Olvera Street Tequila Garden

The first Tacolandia festival last year was one of the year’s better tasting events — unlike many of the high-end charity events, it’s priced for normal people. And there’s a tequila garden, so that speaks for itself. It’s curated by taco experto Bill Esparza, so you know the most interesting and intense flavors will be [...]

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Pine & Crane: Silver Lake’s First Good Chinese Restaurant, Like, Ever

Let us thank the restaurant gods that the space on Griffith Park Blvd. formerly occupied by Cru has been taken over by Pine & Crane, a restaurant that believes in actually applying heat to their food. Whenever the raw restaurant Cru was mentioned, the conversation always went like this: "I tried Cru. It’s really not [...]

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Night + Market Song Spices Up Silver Lake

beaded curtains and flowered tablecloths at Night + Market Song Night + Market Song is the second outpost (Song means two) from chef/owner Kris Yembamroong, who about five years ago started adding spicier and more authentic northern and Isaan Thai street food dishes, first at his parents’ Talesai on the Sunset Strip and then at [...]

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