Estate Jewelers of South Pasadena



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Cole’s

Cole’s

WHY Classic cocktails and sandwiches in an old-timey setting in the heart of Downtown. And the speakeasy-like Varnish Bar in the back is one of the coolest watering holes in L.A. WHAT Vintage L.A. meets the modern cocktail culture at this renovated landmark. It’s appropriate that for a tavern that claims to be the city’s [...]

Cole’s

Cole’s

WHY Classic cocktails and sandwiches in an old-timey setting in the heart of Downtown. And the speakeasy-like Varnish Bar in the back is one of the coolest watering holes in L.A. WHAT Vintage L.A. meets the modern cocktail culture at this renovated landmark. It’s appropriate that for a tavern that claims to be the city’s [...]

Craftbar

Craftbar

WHY An affordable version of Tom Colicchio’s terrific (and adjacent) Craft restaurant, a sleek brother to the New York original. WHAT Everything on the menu in the front lounge and patio at Craft is $5 to $12 and just as interesting: seafood pie, flatbread with goat cheese and cherry tomatoes, short-rib raviolis. WHO Junior ICM [...]

Alexis Greek Restaurant

Alexis Greek Restaurant

WHY The best of both coasts: Portuguese dishes alongside classic Greek fare. WHAT Alexis Kavvadias’s decades-old restaurant evolved when his Portuguese-born wife, Fatima, came on board. The candlelit dining room is more elegant, and the wine list and menu more diverse. Greek country-style specialties like braised lamb with artichoke hearts in lemon sauce already made [...]

Alexis Greek Restaurant

Alexis Greek Restaurant

WHY The best of both coasts: Portuguese dishes alongside classic Greek fare. WHAT Alexis Kavvadias’s decades-old restaurant evolved when his Portuguese-born wife, Fatima, came on board. The candlelit dining room is more elegant, and the wine list and menu more diverse. Greek country-style specialties like braised lamb with artichoke hearts in lemon sauce already made [...]

The Weekend Go Go: Street Food Fest, Tiki Party, Festival of the Masks + More

The Weekend Go Go: Street Food Fest, Tiki Party, Festival of the Masks + More

The Weekend Go Go: three food fests, a grown-up carnival, a tiki party, and so much more. Welcome to your weekend cheat sheet…. Read the Full Story at Eat: Los Angeles

The Weekend Go Go: Street Food Fest, Tiki Party, Festival of the Masks + More

The Weekend Go Go: Street Food Fest, Tiki Party, Festival of the Masks + More

The Weekend Go Go: three food fests, a grown-up carnival, a tiki party, and so much more. Welcome to your weekend cheat sheet…. Read the Full Story at Eat: Los Angeles

Heirloom Bakery & Café

Heirloom Bakery & Café

WHY A dessert case packed with dreamy retro desserts, including Hostess-never-had-it-so-good chocolate cupcakes. WHAT Heirloom’s first-rate breads and baked goods, fine sandwiches (try the Cuban) and excellent salads (especially the Cobb) have made it one of the most popular breakfast and lunch spots in South Pasadena. The setting is stylish, hip and friendly, and the [...]

Bashan

Bashan

WHY Burrata and wild arugula salad, seared scallops with chorizo and fingerling potatoes, the midweek prix-fixe menu and the Sunday-night burger bargain. WHAT Chef Nadav Bashan (Providence, Michael’s) and his wife, Romy, have created a welcoming, modern eatery serving exceptionally refined cuisine that’s at the level of the best restaurants in L.A.—yet it’s far from [...]

Bashan

Bashan

WHY Burrata and wild arugula salad, seared scallops with chorizo and fingerling potatoes, the midweek prix-fixe menu and the Sunday-night burger bargain. WHAT Chef Nadav Bashan (Providence, Michael’s) and his wife, Romy, have created a welcoming, modern eatery serving exceptionally refined cuisine that’s at the level of the best restaurants in L.A.—yet it’s far from [...]

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