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Why aren't there any wine bars in LA? or tapas bars (I'm not talking about Cava or Luna Negri)? Am I missing something?
Just returned from a week of happy mealtimes in L.A. I left NYC clutching the L.A. Zagat's & several dog-eared pages of comments I downloaded from this board (hope I wasn't infringing anyone's cop...
I will be visiting LA in November, specifically Woodland Hills. Would like a few recommendations of seafood and Mexican restaurants in the area. Thanks
what are some good restaurants in the inland valley? it's for my brother's homecoming dance at high school.
Anybody eat Chef Gary Clauson's cooking at Bel-Air Hotel - any thoughts?
And specificially, has anyone done the Table One gimmick - special reservations to sit at a special solitary table in the ...
Thank You for all of your advice. It really helped. I did try the Soft Scrambled Eggs with Guanciale and Asparagus. It was very nice. I had the Bottarga with Tomatoes, Red Onions and 10 Year Ol...
After hearing all of the talk about Renu Nakorn, I was dismayed to hear it will probably still be closed during my trip from NYC to LA next weekend (though
Tom's post indicated the owners return fr...
It seems to be all too common that the restaurants that the foodies love the most go out of business, while the restaurants that serve "bad" food continue to flourish, open new locations, and pack ...
The "Best Thai Food" thread (see right below this one on the index) is starting to digress into more of a discussion on Oaxacan places in LA.
Jonathan Gold, The Man in such matters, wrote the fol...
I'll be spending the holiday in Claremont, which is
about 50 miles east of central L.A. Any recommendations
where dress is casual and food is creatively
traditional within that 50 mile radius?
So here goes. Knowing very little about the dining scene in LA, I was advised to try some rather expensive eateries. This is okay, except that I can only afford one, and I need some help deciding w...
Just returned from a lovely trip to LA. Had 2
outstanding meals in Venice and I highly recommend
these two places: James' Beach on Venice Blvd. and
Joe's Restaurant on Abbot Kinney Blvd. They...
We want to go to dinner with 7 people to a non Japanese
or Chinese restaurant in the Manhattan Beach or Hermosa
or Redondo. We went to Cafe Paradiso and it was great.
That is the price and dec...
My friend Tommy is going to the City of Angels soon. He
loves to eat and money doesn't seem to be a problem.He
either robs banks or is on the street. In any event
which are the can't miss restau...
In his latest review for LA Weekly, Jonathan Gold told
his readers that he is moving east this week to become
New York restaurant critic for Gourmet magazine. Then
comes the GOOD NEWS: "But I e...
I have had some of the most amazingly delicious meals
at Mario's Peruvian Seafood in the Radio Shack strip
mall on Vine and Melrose in Hollywood. Saltado de
mariscos (#26) sounds unappetizing t...
Cinnabar was recommended as an alternative to the high
price Asian fusion restaurants; it is located in
Glendale--surprisingly convenient to downtown LA if
you have a car--on Brand Avenue, also ...
410 Boyd is an comfortable, neighborhood type place
without a neighborhood to speak of. Plunked down in
the shadow of Little Tokyo and on the edge the Toy
District, 410 Boyd (the address and th...
I have enthusiastically recommended Campanile on this
board in the past, but I will have to mute some of my
praise after my meal there last week.
The food was still excellent, but they are pack...
I had some very good meals in LA last week...and one
The best meal was at L'Angolo, a moderately priced
Italian restaurant on Melrose; the food was terrific.
Ravioli with brow...
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