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The Weekend Go Go: Fire Breathers, Monstrous Men, Strippers meet Science

The Weekend Go Go: Fire Breathers, Monstrous Men, Strippers meet Science

The fireworks were good.  The Independence Day BBQ great.  Your signature, patriotic, red-white-and-blue cocktails?  Spectacular. Now that you’ve got your fun momentum going, you can hit the weekend running. Hey, one more patriotic cocktail and you’ll REALLY hit your stride. Bad to the Bone It’s a tale as old as time.  Noble doc fights evil [...]

Juice Fountain, The

Juice Fountain, The

WHY For an all-fruit smoothie with a side of Hollyweird. WHAT At this tiny, family-run juice joint, a hand-painted menu covers one wall, bananas hang everywhere, and the place smells fresh and fruity. The cantaloupe smoothie is surprisingly great, but the Pink Cloud (strawberry, banana, milk, and honey) is a sure bet. Stick around with [...]

Atch-Kotch

Atch-Kotch

WHY Because there’s no better dive in Hollywood for ramen and chicken teriyaki. WHAT This low-key secret is seldom packed but always tasty. The old Japanese couple who run the place take breaks from knitting and paperwork to bring you steaming bowls of ramen mixed with anything from fried chicken to raw egg. Choose from [...]

Gingergrass

Gingergrass

WHY Vast bowls of delicate noodles crowned with flowering basil tops and mint; char-grilled meats arranged over hillocks of raw greens; shrimp rolled around sugarcane sticks; sweet-tart jackfruit salad with pickled lotus roots; and more such crowd-pleasing dishes. WHAT Vietnamese cafés are hip and happening—the light, intensely colorful, vividly flavorful food perfectly suits the L.A. [...]

Ruen Pair

Ruen Pair

WHY Don’t miss the papaya salad and authentic dishes like shredded fish salad, fried rice with Chinese sausage and stir-fried morning glories. WHAT The homey, reasonably priced restaurant is cash only with no liquor, but it’s worth it for excellent, cheap Thai dishes, which are served until 4 a.m. WHO Locals and, in the midnight [...]

The Weekend Go Go: Soul Train, Labryinth of Jareth, and Charles Phoenix does Hot Rods and MONA

The Weekend Go Go: Soul Train, Labryinth of Jareth, and Charles Phoenix does Hot Rods and MONA

Here’s the thing about fun. Some weekends, there are obvious contenders.  Some weekends, there are wish-you-could-include-them runner ups. And sometimes, making a second you is the only option for hitting up the best the weekend has to offer. Let the Clones of Fun begin. Release Yourself You consider yourself a bit of a mover and [...]

Central Library Culinary Collection

Central Library Culinary Collection

WHY One of most extensive cookery collections in the entire country is right in our backyard, and it’s free. WHAT More than 18,000 cookbooks, from 14th-century manuscripts, the first Spanish-language cookbook, and 1,000 California cookbooks to Nathan Myhrvold’sModernist Cuisine. Plus a vintage menu collection, advertising ephemera, periodicals and photos. WHO Serious scholars to the average [...]

Raw Meat, L.A. Style

Raw Meat, L.A. Style

This week on Eat LA on Off-Ramp, Linda Burum talks about Los Angeles’s new fascination with raw meat. There are plenty of new restaurants bringing raw meat to their patrons–but Burum says that’s nothing new. Korean and Lebanese restaurants, for example, have served Angelenos uncooked meat for decades now. Here’s a list of some of Linda’s [...]

The 2nd Annual Los Angeles Vendy Awards: Street Eats Meet to Compete

The 2nd Annual Los Angeles Vendy Awards: Street Eats Meet to Compete

The dilemma:  You love checking out street chow but unless you happen by a truck/cart/stand and can swerve to the curb — no small feat in L.A. traffic — it’s not always possible to research, track, and taste all of the delish dish that L.A.’s street vendors have to offer. The solution: the 2nd Annual [...]

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 [...]

Maude Woods - Opening October 22nd in Pasadena

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