Thursday, April 19, 2018
Why, I sometimes wonder, do hangovers wear themselves out when faced with the primal — not the flannel cakes at Musso & Frank Grill, which are served during the proper hours of 11:30 to 3, but the horrifying mass of a Lucky Boy breakfast burrito; not the dense cheese omelet at Petit Trois but ... (From LA Times) #Dining #hungover #LA
Los Angeles has been the U.S. epicenter for great sushi for the ensuing decades and a few esteemed L.A. sushi chefs took on the New York dining scene by opening restaurants there, including Masa, Sasabune and the Nozawa-inspired Sugarfish/Kazunori chain...( From LA Weekly ) #Dining #LA #Sushi Read more at YummyEveryday | Daily Paper
Restaurant Review: The Paradox of Pizza Gentrification Comes to Echo Park | L.A. Weekly Mixed up somewhere in all that is pizza gentrification. This phenomenon is slightly more meta than all the rest: An old-school pizza place is bought and revamped and becomes a new-school pizza place, while appealing to both the gourmet pretensions and the nostalgic instincts of a gentrifying population that grew up eating in old-school pizza places. #Food #Restaurant #Pizza #LosAngeles #LA #gentrification #EchoPark Read more at Yummy Everyday | Daily Paper
The Ultimate Guide to Dining & Drinking in Newport Beach ...Newps can also be a low-key beach town with dive bars and grab-and-go sandwiches to match; you just need to know where to look. #Dining #Drinking #NewportBeach #LA #Los Aneles Read more at Yummy Everyday | Daily Paper
Why Mexico-Based Chefs Find it Tough to Make it Big Across the Border | KCET In the last couple of years, Mexican food has been getting a lot of attention in the United States. From the acceptance of Tex-Mex and Alta California style cooking as legitimate, separate food genres of their own to the proliferation of modern Mexican in New York and the Los Angeles areas, Mexican cooking is on the minds and lips of Americans across the country. #Food #Mexican #NY #LA Read more at Yummy Everyday | Daily Paper
10 Desserts That Are Perfect for Autumn - Though we don't get as many seasonal changes as some other parts of the world, Angelenos certainly can pretend there's a nip in the air — especially if that means we get to eat some rich desserts. It's time for squashes and chocolate, and a ton of pies. Read on to discover some of the best autumn desserts available in Los Angeles. #Dessert #Dining #LosAngeles #LA
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