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Hodori

Hodori

WHY Decent and cheap Korean standards served 24/7. WHAT The short list of L.A. restaurants open 24 hours a day includes this Koreatown diner, and you could do far worse at 3 a.m. than Hodori’s bibim bap or bulgogi. Parking’s a pain, and the service and setting are basic, but the hours and price are [...]

The First Annual L.A. Sriracha Festival

The First Annual L.A. Sriracha Festival

The rooster sauce has certainly ignited the hearts of food lovers across L.A., and now it’s getting its own food festival. Co-hosted by Randy Clemens, author of The Sriracha Cookbook and the Veggie-Lover’s Sriracha Cookbook, and Josh Lurie of Food GPS, the First Annual L.A. Sriracha Festival is happening on Sunday, October 27 from 3 [...]

The Weekend Go Go: Brewery Artwalk, Viva El Tequila, Dia De Los Muertos Art & Music Fest

The Weekend Go Go: Brewery Artwalk, Viva El Tequila, Dia De Los Muertos Art & Music Fest

This weekend, the fun is further afield but worth the (mini) road trips… …and the imaginary fall foliage. Art + Beer + Science Sixteen acres.  One hundred studios.  Two days.   One beer garden. The Brewery ArtWalk is more than the sum of its parts, however, with virtually every kind of artistic and artisanal discipline available directly [...]

The Weekend Go Go: L.A. Storytelling, Way Over Yonder, South Africa Arts, Beer/Art/Music!

The Weekend Go Go: L.A. Storytelling, Way Over Yonder, South Africa Arts, Beer/Art/Music!

Last weekend was hella fun, no doubt about it. Ms. Go Go trusts you’ve had plenty of recuperative cocktails and fortifying small plates since then because this weekend is nonstop good times. Also, beer. This weekend sells itself. True Tales Told Here Go Go’ers, there are few scarier places than standing behind a mic in [...]

BKK 2 LAX: Best of the Inaugural Thai Food Fest

BKK 2 LAX: Best of the Inaugural Thai Food Fest

The BKK 2 LAX: Inaugural Thai Food Fest debuted at Paramount Pictures Studios on Sunday to a crowd hungry for tastes of Thai and fest host Jet Tila did not disappoint. The Culinary Thai Ambassador’s curated collection of SoCal restaurants featured faves from all four of Thailand’s culinary regions. Chef Tila’s own Braised Beef Curry Noodle [...]

La Feria de los Moles: LA’s 6th Annual Mole Festival

La Feria de los Moles: LA’s 6th Annual Mole Festival

This Sunday, October 6, head down to the Olvera Street Plaza between 10 am and 7 pm and check out the 6th annual Mole Festival, La Feria de los Moles. Try an array of Mexican moles, pastries, and other dishes ranging from sweet to savory. Entrance is free, and dishes are available for purchase. Sunday, October [...]

Moreton Fig

Moreton Fig

WHY For a ‘real’ restaurant with good modern American cooking and a worthy happy hour, smack in the middle of the USC campus. WHAT For proof that college campuses are now luxury resorts, check out this sleek place in the lavish new student center at USC. With a cozy bar, a chic dining room, a [...]

The Weekend Go Go: Cancan Oui!, Go Glow, Thai Taste, Goodbye Grand Ole Echo

The Weekend Go Go: Cancan Oui!, Go Glow, Thai Taste, Goodbye Grand Ole Echo

It’s one of those weekends…EVERYTHING is happening all over town. Since cloning is not an option (yet), you’ll want to stock up on your preferred energy booster whether Red Bull, Red Vines, wheat grass, or coffee (oh hey, Stumptown!) Go Go’ers, this weekend, the Energizer Bunny is you. Musique de Sexy These days, burlesque is [...]

Comme Ça

Comme Ça

WHY Good classic French bistro fare: bouillabaisse, steak frites (great), sole meunière. The cheese bar is a dairy addict’s heaven. WHAT Dubbed a slice of Paris in L.A., David Myer’s place is really a Paris brasserie gone Hollywood, with slick Marilyn Monroe—white booths and old-school bartenders making excellent drinks. Some regulars come just for the [...]

Maui Chicken

Maui Chicken

WHY For a superior execution of the traditional Hawaiian-style plate lunch… oh, and for that bacon-fried rice. WHAT Muted tropical colors add a nice note to an attractive setting in which to enjoy grilled sesame-splashed salmon, shrimp or orange roughy with seared asparagus, as well as the customary rice and macaroni salad (this one comes [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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