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Auntie Em’s Cookbook Signing at The Last Bookstore

Auntie Em’s Cookbook Signing at The Last Bookstore

The Last Bookstore is thrilled to host Terri Wahl, LA-based musician and chef-owner of the popular Eagle Rock restaurant Auntie Em’s Kitchen this Thursday, October 2nd.  She will discuss and sign her recently released Auntie Em’s Cookbook: A Musician’s Guide to Breakfast & Brunch, which showcases her simple and beloved recipes for breakfast, brunch, and dessert paired [...]

Auntie Em’s Cookbook Signing at The Last Bookstore

Auntie Em’s Cookbook Signing at The Last Bookstore

The Last Bookstore is thrilled to host Terri Wahl, LA-based musician and chef-owner of the popular Eagle Rock restaurant Auntie Em’s Kitchen this Thursday, October 2nd.  She will discuss and sign her recently released Auntie Em’s Cookbook: A Musician’s Guide to Breakfast & Brunch, which showcases her simple and beloved recipes for breakfast, brunch, and dessert paired [...]

La Vie

La Vie

WHY  Tasty and affordable French cuisine housed in a friendly restaurant run by a Vietnamese family. WHAT  Classics like coq au vin, rabbit cooked in wine, mushroom, and tomato, and veal sautéed with lemon, butter, and capers are well executed; each is accompanied by fresh seasonal vegetables, salad, and the daily soup. Hidden in an unassuming [...]

New Moon

New Moon

WHY The Chinese chicken salad. WHAT It’s not the most authentic Chinese food, not by a long shot, but New Moon makes a damn fine Chinese chicken salad and perfectly acceptable won ton soup, fried rice and stir fries—and the won ton strips with a plum dipping sauce are a tasty variation on chips and [...]

The Weekend Go Go: Way Over Yonder, A Day of Noir, Abbot Kinney Fest + More

The Weekend Go Go: Way Over Yonder, A Day of Noir, Abbot Kinney Fest + More

The Weekend Go Go: Music on Santa Monica Pier, Noir in WeHo, and a food fest in Venice…enjoy your Endless Summer. Read the Full Story at Eat: Los Angeles

Fogo de Cha‹o

Fogo de Cha‹o

WHY When you’re starving, celebrating and have $55 to blow on a single dinner, not counting drinks, tax and tip (or dessert, but you won’t have room for it anyway). WHAT Of Southern California’s several churrascarias, none has been more successful than this grand temple of meat, where spits of lamb, beef, pork and chicken [...]

Fogo de Cha‹o

Fogo de Cha‹o

WHY When you’re starving, celebrating and have $55 to blow on a single dinner, not counting drinks, tax and tip (or dessert, but you won’t have room for it anyway). WHAT Of Southern California’s several churrascarias, none has been more successful than this grand temple of meat, where spits of lamb, beef, pork and chicken [...]

Sushi Ike

Sushi Ike

WHY Because the chefs are impeccable, the fish is fresh, and the location is…neither of those. WHAT Smooshed in a sleazy Hollywood strip mall, Sushi Ike is not a place to go for a posh night of extravagant nigiri and imported sake. This place is all about the fish, so if you’re into molecular gastronomy [...]

Laurel Tavern

Laurel Tavern

WHY A well-edited lineup of scrumptious bar food, including skewered chunks of pork belly so succulent they’ll make you weak in the knees. WHAT The Valley’s coolest gastropub is a long, streamlined room with exposed brick walls and French doors opening onto the busy boulevard. Some of the nicest barkeeps in town make sure patrons [...]

Laurel Tavern

Laurel Tavern

WHY A well-edited lineup of scrumptious bar food, including skewered chunks of pork belly so succulent they’ll make you weak in the knees. WHAT The Valley’s coolest gastropub is a long, streamlined room with exposed brick walls and French doors opening onto the busy boulevard. Some of the nicest barkeeps in town make sure patrons [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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