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Craft Beer Deal Of The Week

Craft Beer Deal Of The Week

In case you missed it (we almost did), it is officially American Craft Beer Week. Several bars around town are offering pint specials on brews from SoCal’s artisan producers, but the hands-down best deal we’ve found that features a diverse sipping selection — essential, because we are talking about craft beer — is at Blue [...]

EAT: LA at Pages Bookstore

EAT: LA at Pages Bookstore

Attention South Bay locals: If you love seeking out, eating, making and/or talking about good food and drink, please join us at the wonderful new bookstore Pages in Manhattan Beach on Wednesday night. Several of the EAT: Los Angeles team, including Linda Burum, Miles Clements, Amelia Saltsman, Jenn Garbee and Colleen Dunn Bates, will be [...]

Sweet Rose Creamery

Sweet Rose Creamery

Sweet Rose Creamery opened yesterday in the Brentwood Country Mart, the latest creation by Josh Loeb and Zoe Nathan of Rustic Canyon and Huckleberry Café. The seasonal ice cream and sorbet menu (using local market produce where possible) was created by Shiho Yoshikawa, formerly of Tartine; it includes such flavors as ginger, strawberry, malted chocolate [...]

Talking Food at KPCC

Talking Food at KPCC

EAT: LA’s relationship with the KPCC show Off-Ramp deepened this week with the launching of a new podcast. Host John Rabe will be regularly posting new EAT: LA/Off-Ramp podcasts, chatting with one of our team of savvy food journalists about L.A.’s best resources for food lovers. You can read his post and hear the podcast [...]

Raphael

Raphael

WHY Because you’ve been looking for a quiet, elegant spot for lunch in the Studio City area. WHAT The six-month-old Raphael is possibly the most civilized place in the Valley to have lunch right now. Owned by the family that used to operate Bel-Air Bar & Grill, it is an intimate spot with an eclectic [...]

Four Daughters Kitchen

Four Daughters Kitchen

WHY You’ve been surfing for hours and you’re ready to stoke that calorie-burning engine with (depending on the hour) really good pancakes and an enormo cup of coffee or a an interesting beer and a way better burger than you’ll find at other beachy coffee shops. Just walking or bike-riding? Split a sandwich or a [...]

Easy Eats at Santa Monica Fest

Easy Eats at Santa Monica Fest

For moms and dads with young squirmers, a day in the park is way more relaxing than a holiday restaurant brunch, and at the Santa Monica Festival this Mother’s Day weekend, you won’t even have to pack your own picnic. The Clover Park event is Saturday beginning at 11 a.m., just the right time for cruising [...]

GCI: Bigger, Better, Cheesier

GCI: Bigger, Better, Cheesier

At the recent Grilled Cheese Invitational, the sun was as hot and golden as the honored dish. The Cheese Reverend began the festivities with a cheesy convocation, and passionate cheese poets and callers later took the stage. More than 6,000 gathered, but the event was prepared to handle up to 8,000, a nice change from [...]

Linda’s Got Your Goat

Linda’s Got Your Goat

EAT: LA’s Linda Burum had goat for lunch this week with KPCC’s John Rabe, host of Off-Ramp, and you can hear the results of their goat-loving conversation on Off-Ramp this weekend (noon on Saturday, 7 p.m. on Sunday). Or you can go to John’s blog now and hear a longer version of their chat. Here’s [...]

Swiss Chef at San Remo

Swiss Chef at San Remo

WHY To travel back in time in the heart of the San Fernando Valley. WHAT Swiss-trained chef Ueli Huegli has transformed a tired Italian restaurant in Valley Glen into Swiss Chef at San Remo, with a menu pulled largely from the late, lamented Matterhorn Chef of Van Nuys, where Chef Ueli, as he is known, [...]