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26 Beach Café

26 Beach Café

WHY The King Kobe burger, sushi hamburgers, the house-made buns and the casual vibe. WHAT So what if it’s not really at the beach? The food is good, the prices are reasonable. and the setting is flea-market cute, complete with a fetching covered garden. Follow the regulars’ lead and go with the burgers or one [...]

The Go Go: Whisky & Poetry Salon ~ 2 Year Anniversary at 3 Clubs Lounge

The Go Go: Whisky & Poetry Salon ~ 2 Year Anniversary at 3 Clubs Lounge

The Go Go: Whisky & Poetry Salon’s Two Year Anniverary. Fine single malt whisky and dynamic, star-power poets at a classic Hollywood lounge? Yes, please. Read the Full Story at Eat: Los Angeles

The Go Go: Whisky & Poetry Salon ~ 2 Year Anniversary at 3 Clubs Lounge

The Go Go: Whisky & Poetry Salon ~ 2 Year Anniversary at 3 Clubs Lounge

The Go Go: Whisky & Poetry Salon’s Two Year Anniverary. Fine single malt whisky and dynamic, star-power poets at a classic Hollywood lounge? Yes, please. Read the Full Story at Eat: Los Angeles

Shamshiri Glendale

Shamshiri Glendale

WHY Abundant, interesting and delicious Persian food at low prices. Try the fesenjon, a sort of Persian mole, rich and complex, with pomegranate and walnuts. WHAT The kindly service can be erratic at this Glendale Persian restaurant, but it’s easy to forgive when you taste the food—and even easier to forgive when you pay the [...]

Oaks Market, The

Oaks Market, The

WHY A very good and surprisingly affordable selection of wine, beer and retro and rare sodas, as well as an extensive gourmet-to-go menu. WHAT Despite its name, this ‘market’ doesn’t try to compete with Gelson’s across the street for your upscale-grocery needs. Instead, it serves just a few niches by offering a large and good-value [...]

Oaks Market, The

Oaks Market, The

WHY A very good and surprisingly affordable selection of wine, beer and retro and rare sodas, as well as an extensive gourmet-to-go menu. WHAT Despite its name, this ‘market’ doesn’t try to compete with Gelson’s across the street for your upscale-grocery needs. Instead, it serves just a few niches by offering a large and good-value [...]

Maison Akira

Maison Akira

WHY Chef Akira Hirose, who trained with Joel Robuchon and has cooked at Citrus and L’Orangerie, brings his particular brand of culinary artistry to the French-Japanese restaurant that bears his name. WHAT Picture a townhouse on the Upper East side of Manhattan and you’ll have an idea of Maison Akira’s décor. Its quiet opulence—in the [...]

Maison Akira

Maison Akira

WHY Chef Akira Hirose, who trained with Joel Robuchon and has cooked at Citrus and L’Orangerie, brings his particular brand of culinary artistry to the French-Japanese restaurant that bears his name. WHAT Picture a townhouse on the Upper East side of Manhattan and you’ll have an idea of Maison Akira’s décor. Its quiet opulence—in the [...]

Maison Akira

Maison Akira

WHY Chef Akira Hirose, who trained with Joel Robuchon and has cooked at Citrus and L’Orangerie, brings his particular brand of culinary artistry to the French-Japanese restaurant that bears his name. WHAT Picture a townhouse on the Upper East side of Manhattan and you’ll have an idea of Maison Akira’s décor. Its quiet opulence—in the [...]

Maison Akira

Maison Akira

WHY Chef Akira Hirose, who trained with Joel Robuchon and has cooked at Citrus and L’Orangerie, brings his particular brand of culinary artistry to the French-Japanese restaurant that bears his name. WHAT Picture a townhouse on the Upper East side of Manhattan and you’ll have an idea of Maison Akira’s décor. Its quiet opulence—in the [...]

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