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Venice’s New Cocktail Hangout Is a Colorful ‘90s-Era Throwback

City Guide Los Angeles May 17, 2019 0 Comments

Silver Lake’s bumpin’ artist spot comes to the Westside Silver Lake’s 90s-era bar has a new buddy out west called The Little Friend, opening tomorrow just behind Venice’s Sunny Spot restaurant. The bar features its own cocktail menu and artsy retro vibe just a mile or two from the beach. Inside, famed street artist and co-owner Andre Saraiva brings a…

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Sleep Más: Taco Bell Is Opening a Hotel in Palm Springs This Summer

City Guide Los Angeles May 16, 2019 0 Comments

It’s certain to be a limited, but colorful, run This is not a drill: Taco Bell is opening an entire hotel in Palm Springs. That’s right, everyone’s favorite Southern California born-and-bred late night munchies spot, founded on a possibly stolen recipe, is adding to its hospitality offerings with a standalone hotel out in the desert. The Irvine-based company already owns…

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Burger King Wants to Crush Your Rush Hour Hunger With Traffic Jam Delivery

City Guide Los Angeles May 16, 2019 0 Comments

The chain will take orders and deliver fast food on motorcycles In what looks like a pretty clear publicity stunt, but one that’s sure to pull at the heartstrings and hunger pangs of traffic-weary Angelenos, Burger King is now delivering its fast food in the diners stuck in the middle of rush hour in Los Angeles. CBS News reports that…

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Caroline Styne, Suzanne Goin to Add Portuguese Flavors to Downtown This Summer

City Guide Los Angeles May 15, 2019 0 Comments

Caldo Verde and rooftop spot Cara Cara could be a big deal for DTLA More news is out today on exactly what Caroline Styne and Suzanne Goin, two of LA’s most accomplished restaurant owners behind the likes of AOC and Lucques, are getting up to inside the Proper Hotel in Downtown’s South Park neighborhood. And as it turns out, the…

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LA’s Latest Instagram Installation Is a Pre-Dystopian Taco Extravaganza

City Guide Los Angeles May 15, 2019 0 Comments

Is it an adult playground or hellscape? You decide. Sunny, Instagrammable Los Angeles certainly has no shortage of faux food museums and interactive experiences meant to capture every little extra moment for social media. From the closed Museum of Ice Cream to the not entirely PC Disgusting Food Museum, the city has seen it all. And now comes Tacotopia, opening…

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