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Between the Bread

Between the Bread

Asking who makes the best sandwich in town is the kind of loaded question that inevitably ends pretty much like the debate over whose grandma makes the best pie — there are entirely too many variations and personal biases to come to a consensus. So we’ll just say that the sandwiches that follow are ones [...]

Grilled Cheese Truck

Grilled Cheese Truck

WHY The comfort of grilled cheese with the sophistication of quality ingredients and modern combinations — but be prepared to wait in line. WHAT As the dust settles from the last year of food-truck mania, the Grilled Cheese Truck is coming out one of the winners — not as much of a sensation as Kogi, [...]

Taste of the Nation: LA

Taste of the Nation: LA

Every year most of L.A.’s best chefs gather in a park in Culver City to feed needy children — but they do it by feeding those who can afford to pony up for a tasting fundraiser, and all the money goes to Share Our Strength, a national organization devoted to ending childhood malnutrition and hunger. [...]

Farmers Head for Topanga

Farmers Head for Topanga

There’s much exhibit in Topanga this week, as locals get ready for the launch of the Topanga Canyon Certified Farrmers’ Market. No longer will residents of this isolated bit of mountain paradise have to drive down to Santa Monica for their Lily’s eggs, Weiser Family Farm melons and Santiago Farms berries. The market will take [...]

Tar Pit Bar: Happy Hour Classics

Tar Pit Bar: Happy Hour Classics

No bones about it, the Tar Pit’s just-announced happy hour menu of drinks and snacks might ease your work-to-play transition beautifully. The sleek ’30s-supper-club-style bar-with-food, opened about six months ago by Campanile’s Mark Peel and Jay Perrin, offers a small selection of $6 classic cocktails (about half price) and a revolving “Aperitivo of the Week” [...]

Food as Art, Art as Food

Food as Art, Art as Food

Scion Space, a gallery in Culver City, is launching a show this week called Palate, devoted to art inspired by the edible. With works by such artists as Clare Crespo. Martha Rich and Scott Hove, the show promises to be quite diverse, exhibiting works from the whimsical (Martha Rich’s cake and ice cream paintings) to [...]

Vicente Foods: Touring L.A. in One Market

Vicente Foods: Touring L.A. in One Market

It’s easy enough to shop locally for produce at farmers’ markets. Things are a little trickier when you’re keen on finding an interesting locally produced relish to jazz up your burgers, or maybe a homegrown barbecue sauce to toss into a gift box (Father’s Day is right around the corner). One of our favorite markets [...]

FREE Lunch @ BLVD 16

FREE Lunch @ BLVD 16

You can’t get a better deal than this: an actual free lunch (with chips!). The first 100 diners who show up on Thursday, May 20 (doors open at 11:30 a.m.) at BLVD 16 will get a complimentary gourmet sandwich, chips and a beverage. Your free sammy, a creation of chef Simon Dolinsky, will be a [...]

Craft Beer Deal Of The Week

Craft Beer Deal Of The Week

In case you missed it (we almost did), it is officially American Craft Beer Week. Several bars around town are offering pint specials on brews from SoCal’s artisan producers, but the hands-down best deal we’ve found that features a diverse sipping selection — essential, because we are talking about craft beer — is at Blue [...]

EAT: LA at Pages Bookstore

EAT: LA at Pages Bookstore

Attention South Bay locals: If you love seeking out, eating, making and/or talking about good food and drink, please join us at the wonderful new bookstore Pages in Manhattan Beach on Wednesday night. Several of the EAT: Los Angeles team, including Linda Burum, Miles Clements, Amelia Saltsman, Jenn Garbee and Colleen Dunn Bates, will be [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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