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‘Eating L.A.’

Quick bites: Hinoki and the Bird freshens up Century City

David Myers helps ready duck breast hors d’oeuvres What: Hinoki and the Bird is Comme Ca owner David Myers’ latest creation, with former Sona chef Kuniko Yagi in the kitchen. There’s no one named Hinoki; it means Japanese cedar wood, and it’s just one of the many ways Myers pays tribute to his love for […]

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Quick bites: Spoonful’s Southern soul on Caheunga

seared red snapper with black eyed pea succotash Quick Bites are EatingLA’s express way to introduce a new or new-to-me restaurant, bar or menu. What: Spoonful is "traditional Southern with Los Angeles flair" from Georgia native Frank Foley. Where: 3413 Cahuenga Blvd West, in the former Henry’s Hat location near Universal Studios,  phone: 323-512-4800 Open […]

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Crispy Pork Gang: The gang’s all here for crunchy pork bits

With a fun-to-remember name and open 24/7,  Crispy Pork Gang and Grill has beome one of Thai Town’s newer hits. Located at Hollywood’s veritable nexus of Thai goodness (the mini-mall at the corner of Hollywood and Hobart that also houses Ruen Pair, Red Corner Asia, Ban Khanom, etc.), Crispy Pork Gang departs from the all-too-familiar […]

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The Taste: Bourdain and Lefebvre serve up a preview of their new cooking competition show

Bourdain and San Diego restaurateur Brian Malarkey sample Ludo’s chicken ABC’s new cooking competition show The Taste premieres next Tuesday, January 22, and it looks like a fun twist on the "Top Chef" or "Chopped" formats. Contestants can be either professional chefs or home cooks, and they have to impress judges Anthony Bourdain, Nigella Lawson, […]

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Treasures of the San Gabriel Valley: Spam musubi croissants, fine falafel and innovative Indian

Spam musubi croissant Everyone knows that the San Gabriel Valley is the place to go for dim sum, dumplings and sumptuous Chinese seafood banquets. But with a roiling hotpot of cultures in the valley, there are plenty of other places to discover. Bloggers GourmetPigs, FoodGPS E*starLA and I were invited recently to try Azusa’s Mediterranean […]

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Mess Hall: How many forks did Los Feliz’s latest get?

Mess Hall’s oyster bar Mess Hall opened just three months ago in the former Louise’s Trattoria space. Read how it rated in the January Los Feliz Ledger. Here’s an excerpt from the review: Many of the homey dishes skew towards the South, like corn fritters and shrimp ‘n grits, vying with hipster touches like the […]

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Allston Yacht Club reboots, Mohawk Bend hosts "Pure Vegan," Ceviche Nights returns to Mo-chica

The Allston Yacht Club folks are partnering with chef Miles Thompson from the Vagrancy Project, which did a pop-up there before it closed, for a revamped restaurant in the Echo Park Ave. space. Allumette (French for matchstick) is the name of the new spot, which will open in early 2013. While AYC was more of […]

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The Salon at Heirloom L.A.: Looking forward to more decadent dinners

Heirloom’s Matt Poley truffleizes the pasta with cauliflower ash Eastside mainstay Heirloom L.A., which runs the Monday night truck outside Silver Lake wine in addition to catering tons of local events, opened a sweet event space in Eagle Rock last year known as The Salon. Also featuring a patio and garden out back, it would […]

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Historic L.A.: Tam O’Shanter celebrates 90 years with craft beer, carolers, trivia and rarebit poutine

Los Feliz Blvd. was a dirt road when the Tam O’Shanter opened in 1922. There’s no doubt that the Tam O’Shanter was way cooler in the 1920s, when movie set designer Harry Oliver gave it the look of a ramshackle fairytale house with a random Indian gift shop on the side. But the Lawry’s-owned restaurant […]

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Taste of Mexico spices up Downtown Friday evening

Jaime and Ramiro of La Casita Mexicana The 2nd annual Taste of Mexico returns Friday evening (6 pm to 11 pm) with unlimited tastes from some of L.A.’s top Mxican restaurants, and of course premium tequila, mezcal and Baja wineries. A portion of ticket sales will benefit the Downtown L.A. Art Walk.  Who’s there? Restaurants […]

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