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Eastside Taste-a-palooza on Sunday: Atwater Beer, Wine & Food Festival and Taste of the Eastside

 It’s a spring taste-off on Sunday with two chances to help out local organizations while stuffing yourself with neighborhood delicacies and washing it down with beer brewed with L.A. River water. JK, Golden Road and Eagle Rock brewing use totally clean and pure water to make their delicious brews, but they’re still great representatives of [...]

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Allumette sparks up Echo Park dining scene

carrot salad with pickled turnips, sunchokes, black carrot syrup What: Allumette is a reconcepting of Allston Yacht Club, before that 15 and before that, a Salvadoran place.  Is Echo Park ready for 5-course tasting menus and imaginative elevated preparations in the vein of Michael Voltaggio’s Ink? It’s not clear whether the neighborhood draws the right [...]

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Tacolandia, a festival for the rest of us

A recent shrimp taco special from Mexicali Tacos I’ve often complained that food festivals are way too expensive for the average eater, and now Bill Esparza, the Mexpert who blogs at StreetgourmetLA has done something about it. The L.A. Weekly is sponsoring the first Tacolandia festival, hosted by Bill, with a base price of $20 [...]

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5 lessons I learned from redoing my 70-year-old Silver Lake kitchen

The contractor found these 1939 beer cans in the walls Between remodeling Variety and remodeling my kitchen, blogging at EatingLA has been slow over the past few months. But that doesn’t mean I haven’t been eating out. During the month that my kitchen was being remodeled, we took did plenty of take-out and delivery in [...]

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Atwater Gets Its Own Beer, Wine and Food Festival

What: Atwater gets its first Beer, Wine and Food festival, with breweries including Golden Road, Eagle Rock Brewery, Triple Voodoo, Angel City, Firestone Walker, Lagunitas and Tap It. Organized by Link N Hops and 55 Degree Wine owner Andy Hasroun, it’s a chance to showcase the local beer and food truck scene and bring together [...]

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Crossroads: A stylish vegan spot for pretty people

Artichoke "oysters" are a fun take on oysters on the half shell, with fried oyster mushrooms sitting on artichoke leaves instead of shells, topped with kelp "caviar" What: A small plates Mediterranean restaurant that happens to be all vegan, Crossroads is much more upscale bistro than scruffy hippie hangout. Where: 8284 Melrose, across from Duff’s [...]

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Micah Wexler kicks off Umamicatessen’s Residency series with an homage to Pico Blvd.

Micah Wexler puts the finishing touches on homemade headcheese tacos Umamicatessen Downtown is hosting a series of guest chef dinners called The Residency, where diners get an intimate multi-course dinner at the counter in the rear of the restaurant, getting plenty of facetime with the chef and watching him put the finishing touches on the [...]

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What to check out from L.A. Weekly’s Plate event: Oleego, Palsaik, Tsujita and Chego Chinatown

Chego’s Roy Choi says "Yes, we’re coming to Chinatown" L.A. Weekly’s Plate on Sunday was a great chance to catch up with old friends like Jazz at Jitlada and Nguyen at Starry Kitchen, but I was glad to also get to try a few places I haven’t been yet. I’m looking forward to introducing friends [...]

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How many forks did Silver Lake’s Black Hogg get in the Los Feliz Ledger?

Popcorn bacon: fun for a bite or two, but pork fatigue may set in Like nearly everything else these days, the Los Feliz Ledger restaurant review is online-only this month. Here’s an excerpt from this month’s review of super-trendy gastropubbish Black Hogg on Sunset Blvd. Read the full review here, and find out how many [...]

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Men-Oh: Bowling a perfect 10 in Little Tokyo ramen

Tokushima ramen with a richly porky broth Men Oh Tokushima is certainly no secret – it was named Little Tokyo’s best ramen by Jonathan Gold in this exhaustively helpful guide to ramen published on Super Bowl weekend. But it’s still so new that on the very day the article appeared, the ramen shop wasn’t even [...]

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