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8 great steakhouse options for DineLA

 DineLA is once again upon us. Taking place from July 14th through the 27th, there are many options when it comes to this city wide prix-fixe menu celebration. Some great and some ho-hum. Many great steakhouses in the city offer some good bang for your buck when it comes to the price fixed menus. Here’s […]

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Neapolitan Pizza-Making Class at DeSano Pizza

Looking for a unique night out with friends or something different to do on a date? DeSano Pizza Bakery is hosting their first pizza-making class on Saturday, July 12th. Travel to Naples without leaving the greater Los Angeles area with a hands-on Neapolitan pizza-making class with Master Pizzaiolo Massimo DiLascio. Taking place from 3:30 pm […]

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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 Food & Wine Festival tickets on sale

 The Fourth Annual Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival, presented by FOOD & WINE, returns August 21-24, 2014 to Downtown Los Angeles. Over the course of three nights and four days, this year’s festival will surpass expectations with an unparalleled culinary calendar of bespoke food and wine tastings, cooking demonstrations, culinary personalities, exceptional live entertainment […]

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Father’s Day CollaBREWtive Brunch

 Looking for something to do with dear old dad on Father’s Day? Why not take him to the Father’s Day CollaBREWtive Brunch with beer expert and event curator Food GPS. Local craft brewers, coffee roasters and chefs join forces to offer a momentous menu, what else do you need? Beer and coffee? The Bruery + […]

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Top foodie festival Taste of the Nation returns

It’s been one of our favorite foodie events in the past. Taste of the Nation returns on June 1, 2014 to Culver City’s Media Park. We’re forecasting beautiful weather & sunshine and over 50 different restaurants & chefs from all over Los Angeles. Some of the restaurants confirmed for this year’s event include 800 Degrees […]

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Dishcrawl is headed for Koreatown

Dishcrawl is a national start-up founded on the premise that communities can be brought together through good food and good company. They are doing a food tour of Koreatown, the new hot spot for eclectic culinary arts, with the mission to give folks a reason to get out of the house and socially engage with […]

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A delicious culinary collaboration from Jose Andres and Umami

 Umami announced today their latest addition to the “Artist Series.” Available starting on Tuesday, May 20th, the fifteen dollar Jose Andrés Burger is made with a ground pork and prosciutto patty topped with a piquillo pepper confit, caramelized onion, and Manchego cheese. Jose Andrés and burgers? Count us in, his pork sliders at Jaleo in […]

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FREE Ice Cream from the Tillamook Ice Cream Truck

 Attention citizens of the Westwood area. The Tillamook Ice Cream Tour is hitting the streets and on Thursday, lands at Simplethings in Westwood. The refurbished VW van turned Ice Cream Truck will be slinging out free ice-cream including a brand new flavor, in honor of its first year on the road and 105th anniversary as […]

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Tablas Creek wine dinner at Waterloo & City

 The tax man cometh. And if you’re lucky enough to be inline for a nice little refund, we’ve got the perfect way to blow that cash you are getting back from Uncle Sam. Culver City’s favorite nose to tail eatery Waterloo & City is hosting the wine makers from Tablas Creek Vineyard for a very […]

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