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Ray’s & Stark Bar

Ray’s & Stark Bar

WHY The Los Angeles County Museum of Art finally gets the high-style bar and restaurant it deserves. WHAT With bright red Saarinen chairs and a display of colorful teacups from the museum’s collection, the bright, airy restaurant complements the recently added Renzo Piano—designed pavilion opposite. On chef Kris Morningstar’s menu, flavorful fare like wild mushrooms, [...]

Celebrate Dad with a CollaBREWtive Brunch

Celebrate Dad with a CollaBREWtive Brunch

Did you make brunch for mom last weekend? Give yourself a break and let someone else handle the cooking this father’s day. LA breweries, coffeemakers, and chefs are teaming up for a CollaBREWtive Brunch featuring food, coffee, beer, and coffee-flavored beer (what?!). Some of our favorite craft brewers such as Eagle Rock Brewery and Ladyface [...]

The Weekend Go Go: TIX GIVEAWAY to LA Underground Market + Comedy Shorts, Museums of the Arroyo + More

The Weekend Go Go: TIX GIVEAWAY to LA Underground Market + Comedy Shorts, Museums of the Arroyo + More

The Weekend Go Go: TIX GIVEAWAY to LA Underground Mkt! + Funny Shorts, Museums of the Arroyo + More Read the Full Story at Eat: Los Angeles

The Weekend Go Go: TIX GIVEAWAY to LA Underground Market + Comedy Shorts, Museums of the Arroyo + More

The Weekend Go Go: TIX GIVEAWAY to LA Underground Market + Comedy Shorts, Museums of the Arroyo + More

The Weekend Go Go: TIX GIVEAWAY to LA Underground Mkt! + Funny Shorts, Museums of the Arroyo + More Read the Full Story at Eat: Los Angeles

Stand, The

Stand, The

WHY The ‘Loaded’ dog, or any of the specialty hot dogs, such as the Chicago and the Downtown L.A. WHAT An alternative to Century City’s pricey restaurants, the Stand has become a lunchtime mainstay for local office workers who appreciate a good hot dog. 2000 Avenue of the Stars, Century City, 310.785.0400, thestandlink.com. B & [...]

Stand, The

Stand, The

WHY The ‘Loaded’ dog, or any of the specialty hot dogs, such as the Chicago and the Downtown L.A. WHAT An alternative to Century City’s pricey restaurants, the Stand has become a lunchtime mainstay for local office workers who appreciate a good hot dog. 2000 Avenue of the Stars, Century City, 310.785.0400, thestandlink.com. B & [...]

Lamonica’s NY Pizza

Lamonica’s NY Pizza

WHY For downright delicious New York pizza, best eaten by the slice and immediately. The plain cheese is best. WHAT Your basic pizza dive with thin-crust pies that boast the proper balance of cheese to sauce to crust. Pizza heads argue constantly about whether this is proper New York pizza or not, but we don’t [...]

Lamonica’s NY Pizza

Lamonica’s NY Pizza

WHY For downright delicious New York pizza, best eaten by the slice and immediately. The plain cheese is best. WHAT Your basic pizza dive with thin-crust pies that boast the proper balance of cheese to sauce to crust. Pizza heads argue constantly about whether this is proper New York pizza or not, but we don’t [...]

Ackee Bamboo

Ackee Bamboo

WHY Zingy Jamaican food in a casually hip Leimert Park café. The daily specials are a mere $6.95. WHAT Close your eyes and the sea of L.A. concrete outside might just morph into the blue Caribbean, thanks to the vividly flavorful, bargain-priced Jamaican cooking at this friendly neighborhood spot. If you like spicy, have the [...]

Supreme Dragon

Supreme Dragon

WHY Crusty-bottomed pan-fried pork bao with slightly fluffy coverings, the fresh scallion dumplings, the salted vegetables stir-fried with torn bean curd sheet, and more such little treasures. WHAT At Supreme Dragon, diners are given a long sushi bar-style list of about 80 northern and Shanghai-style pastries and small dishes. The restaurant’s attempts at elegance—waterfall curtains, [...]

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