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Lunch lady inspired pop-up with Large Marge & Domaine LA

  Delicious lady chefs Courtney McBroom & Leslie Behrens of Large Marge are taking over Go Get Em Tiger, the Larchmont Village coffee bar on Friday, April 17. Think lunch lady inspired dishes like the “Sloppy Marge” and probably something with Queso. Of course, what would be a night without comfort food if you didn’t […]

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Next Door Lounge and the new menu from Food Network Star Nikki Martin

 As if they needed it, LA Weekly’s Best Speakeasy in Los Angeles got a little food makeover while you weren’t looking. The completely revamped menu from Food Network Star Nikki Martin makes The Next Door Lounge all that much better. Not only that, the cocktail menu got a Summer refresh from head barman Zac Henry […]

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Get ready for your OH face at Red O Melrose

 After a recent visit to the relaunch of Red O’s new outdoor dining area and revamped menu, we were reminded of Chef Rick Bayless’ daft touch when it comes to Latin cuisine and flavors. We’ve been a big fan of Red O ever since it opened way back in 2010. Despite it’s pricey cocktails and […]

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Los Angeles Cheap Eats – Top Round Roast Beef

As a teenager, we often found ourselves headed out during an off campus lunch for that gelatinous beef known as Arby’s Roast Beef Sandwich. Lathered with tangy Horsey Sauce and drenched in a liquid molten of processed cheese sauce. One does not refer to a Roast Beef Sandwich very often as refined and chef driven. […]

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National Shake Month at Johnny Rockets

It’s National Shake Month, and Johnny Rockets invited a group of us bloggers to check out their brand new Candy Milkshake. A lot has changed since Ronn Teitelbaum opened his first location in 1986. Heck, a lot has changed since yours truly worked at Johnny Rockets over nearly 18 years ago. I was even lucky […]

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LA Weekly annual food event returns as PLATE

There was much ado when the J Gold left LA Weekly for the LA Times. Another lingering question was what would happen to the much lauded annual foodie event The Gold Standard. No word on what Mr Gold will be doing, if anything at the Times, but LA Weekly isn’t skipping a beat. Just last […]

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Los Angeles Bacon Festival

The inaugural LA Bacon Festival, presented by Mendocino Farms, heads to the Peterson Automotive Museum in the Miracle Mile on February 9th (2-6pm). This swine centric event will pay homage to all things bacon of course, including sweet and savory. If you don’t get enough pork in your life, sample bacon infused items from bakeries […]

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Los Angeles Times “The Taste”

Now that the pricey LA Food & Wine thingy is over, it’s time to start yearning for more affordable food festivals. In rolls Los Angeles Times The Taste coming this labor day weekend, September 1-3. Tickets are about a third of the price, and maybe the pedigree of celeb chefs isn’t as strong, but who […]

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Taste of the historic Farmers Market

One of our favorite destinations in Los Angeles is celebrating it’s 78th birthday on Tuesday, July 17 from 5-9pm. The 4th annual Taste of Farmers Market is a strolling tour of just about every restaurant and grocer at the Market. Take a trip around the world as you sample items like pesto cheese borekas and […]

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Lagunitas Beer Dinner at The Churchill

As part of a continuing series of wine and beer pairing dinners, Lagunitas Brewing Company is partnering with the 3rd Street neighborhood hangout, The Churchill, to present a 5-course Tasting Menu and Beer Pairing dinner. Lagunitas beer aficionado Sam Naft will be on hand to talk about the pairings as each course is presented by […]

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