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Description: Notes on eating and drinking in Los Angeles.
Tijuana is a food lover's paradise, teeming with gut-busting rewards for those willing to explore its grids of unmarked streets. It's a relatively short drive (about an hour and a half south of L.A.) to get to the heart of the tangled metropolis, whi… Continue Reading
Taco Bell is testing a new breakfast item, based on the cereal Cap'n Crunch called Cap'n Crunch Delights. It's like a donut hole with a cream filling, and it's meant to evoke milk and cereal. On a scale of Doritos Tacos Locos to Very Bad Idea, I put … Continue Reading
The open-air 626 Night Market, modeled after evening bazaars in Asia, recently announced the dates – in May, June, August and September – for its fourth season. The market made its debut in April of 2012, drawing crowds of 40,000. Last y… Continue Reading
Food writers are notoriously fond of bandwagons, and even in a city as wide and diverse as Los Angeles it is not uncommon to find three or more of us at a new buzzed-about restaurant at any given time. For a while we were all congregating at Republique in… Continue Reading
Today the James Beard Foundation announced their annual list of America's Classics award winners, and our own Guelaguetza is among the recipients for 2015. The award is meant to honor "regional establishments, often family-owned, that are treas… Continue Reading