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Tipple & Brine is a noisy, dark, rather old-fashioned saloon-turned-gastropub in Sherman Oaks, with an oyster bar (hence the "Brine") and a lot of spirits on the menu   Read More...
 
Del Taco recently introduced three Fresca Bowls, each priced at $4. The Pollo Asada Grilled Chicken Bowl includes lime rice, black beans, grilled chicken, pico de gallo salsa, onions and cilantro.   Read More...
 
The annual massive and delicious lobster migration is coming to the area once again to mark the end of summer and leave some bellies full.   Read More...
 
There are 7,087 restaurants in the San Fernando Valley, according to yellowpages.com. That's some 2,000 more than in the entire state of Iowa. But to those who never emerge from their burrows, the Valley is a "wasteland." It reminds me of a lady who once called me on the radio, to proclaim that there wasn't a single decent restaurant in Los Angeles. I went through a laundry list of eminently decent restaurants - none of which she had heard of. (Like I said, people who live in burrows.)   Read More...
 
This month will be full of shelled seafood as the lobster festivals take over the weekends on the south coast.   Read More...
 
The Los Angeles County Fair has begun... let's eat! This year's highlights include Ramen Burger and from Chicken Charlie's, a triple-decker Krispy Kreme cheeseburger, Totally Fried Doritos and Totally Fried chicken skins.   Read More...
 
What's better than good movies and delicious food for a date night?   Read More...
 
Calling all local chefs, do you think you have what it takes to work alongside Chef Gordon Ramsay (no stranger to the Inland Empire) and compete on Fox's "Hell's Kitchen"?   Read More...
 
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East of the Atlantic station of the Metro Gold Line are a plethora of eateries. But one is aiming to stand out by offering rock 'n' roll cuisine.   Read More...
 
Photo courtesy of Jen Lowery and Foot Petals.
There's been a lot going on this week in L.A., starting with exemplary cooking classes at the Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Pasadena. All week, famed Thai chef Nooror Somany Steppe of Blue Elephant Restaurant fame brings her incredible talents a series of hands-on Thai cooking workshop there. We tried it on Monday, June 16, and ended up making (and tasting!) some of the most elegant and flavorful Thai cuisine we've ever tasted.   Read More...
 
Dining alfresco takes on a whole new meaning at the region's summer food festivals. Sample the best of the season at more than 30 events.   Read More...
 
Sura Korean BBQ & Tofu is Korean food simplified, and that's fine with me. The barbecue houses of Los Angeles' Koreatown offer as many as two dozen cuts of meat for you to cook at your table, the subtle differences of which leave most of us fairly befuddled. (How do you choose among marinated short ribs, marinated thinly sliced short ribs, unseasoned short ribs, unseasoned boneless short ribs, premium-cut beef and so forth?) Sometimes all you want is a nice meal, well flavored, well seasoned. And that's exactly what is served at Sura.   Read More...
 
One of the first rules of weight management is to limit nutritionally empty calories. So at seven calories per gram, it is a no-brainer that alcoholic beverages should be avoided when trying to shed extra pounds. However, when it comes to your health and your weight, there are other factors to consider when deciding if alcoholic drinks can fit into your lifestyle.   Read More...
 
Sunset Strip Craft Beer Market coming to West Hollywood (8755 Sunset Blvd.) every Thursday starting May 22.   Read More...
 
 
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