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Puro Sabor Peruvian Food

Puro Sabor Peruvian Food

WHY Pure, unadulterated Peruvian flavors (puro sabor means ‘pure flavor’) in a sweet Valley spot with modest prices. WHAT This isn’t the most scenic neighborhood in Van Nuys, but inside is a cheerful, spotless café that showcases the accomplished cooking of chef Juana Paz, a bank teller from Peru who succeeded in achieving her twin [...]

The Go Go New Year: Speakeasy at Union Station, Tribal Disco, Global Drinking and more

The Go Go New Year: Speakeasy at Union Station, Tribal Disco, Global Drinking and more

New Year’s Eve. You know you want to. Whether you prefer a fancy bash, dinner with a little pizzazz, or come and go options, read on for Ms. Go Go’s picks for L.A.’s best end-of-the-year options in every category. Whatever you do, 2014 is gonna be the best year ever. NO COMMITMENT Big  Bar – Every dedicated [...]

Otafuku

Otafuku

WHY The best soba noodles in the South Bay. Great izakaya, too. WHAT Noodles made by hand in small batches are the draw at this dinky, hard-to-find noodle and izakaya spot (hint: enter from the back parking lot). While it makes fine eel tempura, grilled steak and wild mushrooms over rice, the reason to drive [...]

Otafuku

Otafuku

WHY The best soba noodles in the South Bay. Great izakaya, too. WHAT Noodles made by hand in small batches are the draw at this dinky, hard-to-find noodle and izakaya spot (hint: enter from the back parking lot). While it makes fine eel tempura, grilled steak and wild mushrooms over rice, the reason to drive [...]

Otafuku

Otafuku

WHY The best soba noodles in the South Bay. Great izakaya, too. WHAT Noodles made by hand in small batches are the draw at this dinky, hard-to-find noodle and izakaya spot (hint: enter from the back parking lot). While it makes fine eel tempura, grilled steak and wild mushrooms over rice, the reason to drive [...]

Pike, The

Pike, The

WHY A plate of retro charm and a side of rock ‘n roll. WHAT A key in the rise of Retro Row—the vintage-loving stretch of 4th Street famous for its pin-up poses and deadstock designs—the Pike is owned by former Social Distortion drummer Chris Reece. The bar is themed around the icons of lost Long [...]

Pike, The

Pike, The

WHY A plate of retro charm and a side of rock ‘n roll. WHAT A key in the rise of Retro Row—the vintage-loving stretch of 4th Street famous for its pin-up poses and deadstock designs—the Pike is owned by former Social Distortion drummer Chris Reece. The bar is themed around the icons of lost Long [...]

Taco Plus

Taco Plus

WHY Good soft tacos and burritos big enough to feed a small family. WHAT This tiny taqueria sells a to-go, too-good lunch for less than $2.50: fresh, doughy corn tortillas wrapped around grilled beef or chicken and sautéed onions, giant burritos, ceviche. WHO Dads picking up takeout, construction workers on break, teenagers hungry for a [...]

Taco Plus

Taco Plus

WHY Good soft tacos and burritos big enough to feed a small family. WHAT This tiny taqueria sells a to-go, too-good lunch for less than $2.50: fresh, doughy corn tortillas wrapped around grilled beef or chicken and sautéed onions, giant burritos, ceviche. WHO Dads picking up takeout, construction workers on break, teenagers hungry for a [...]

Taco Plus

Taco Plus

WHY Good soft tacos and burritos big enough to feed a small family. WHAT This tiny taqueria sells a to-go, too-good lunch for less than $2.50: fresh, doughy corn tortillas wrapped around grilled beef or chicken and sautéed onions, giant burritos, ceviche. WHO Dads picking up takeout, construction workers on break, teenagers hungry for a [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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