Tag: food

Filipino-Inspired Bake Shop Destined for Silver Lake

City Guide Los Angeles May 23, 2016 0 Comments

FrankieLucy is coming this fall to Silver Lake from two familiar names Two names from the coffee and dessert worlds are joining forces, as Found Coffee’s Annie Choi is teaming up with Crème Caramel’s Kristine de la Cruz (along with Sean Gilleland) for a brand new bakery in Silver Lake. Called FrankieLucy Bakeshop, the incoming caffeine and sweets space will open two…

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Six Things to Know About Wexler's Deli, Opening This Week in Santa Monica

City Guide Los Angeles May 23, 2016 0 Comments

Get excited The Westside is about to get a massive culinary boost this week with the arrival of Wexler’s Deli to the heart of Santa Monica. The current Grand Central Market stall from Micah Wexler and partner Michael Kassar has been working its way into a new Santa Monica Boulevard outlet since last year, with plans to bring the deli game…

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LA Times Critic Plays Arcade Games and Eats Chicken Wings at Button Mash

City Guide Los Angeles May 20, 2016 0 Comments

The Starry Kitchen team are turning out the city’s best arcade food Jonathan Gold begins his review this week with a few games of the classic arcade game “Food Fight” before diving into the food at Button Mash, Nguyen and Thi Tran’s Echo Park arcade/restaurant. The Trans, known for their beloved tofu balls and Singaporean-style chile crab at the late…

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Jonathan Gold and Besha Rodell Don't Agree on The Rose

City Guide Los Angeles May 19, 2016 0 Comments

Time for he said, she said Welcome to Good News/Bad News on The Rose, chef Jason Neroni’s highly anticipated revamp of the 1970s institution done in partnership with Sprout Group. The reviews are rather polarizing, winning Besha Rodell’s seal of approval while taking a light beating by Jonathan Gold. So what’s the overall word? J. Gold and B. Rod have different…

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This International In-N-Out Knockoff Hopes to Play Nice in LA

City Guide Los Angeles May 19, 2016 0 Comments

The brand comes home to roost in Pasadena You may not have previously heard of CaliBurger, but you’re likely already intimately familiar with the company’s product. The internationally-focused burger franchise has actually been around for years, siphoning off the look and feel of In-N-Out in places like China (their first location), Bahrain, Kuwait, and Malaysia. Now they’re coming to the…

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