The second season of Fremont Place resident Phil Rosenthal’s fabulous food and travel show, “Somebody Feed Phil” is now available on Netflix. In honor of [more…]
A citywide tribute to Jonathan Gold, the Pulitzer Prize-winning Los Angeles Times restaurant critic is planned for this Saturday, July 28, in honor of what would [more…]
If you were one of the 750 or so people who enjoyed last night’s Taste of Farmers Market, we know you ate well and helped [more…]
As previously reported, Surfas Culinary District is now open…and today, starting at 11 am, the store will be hosting its first tasting event, featuring a [more…]
Buzz publisher and Italian scion Patty Lombard and I attended the Eataly LA opening on Nov. 3rd at the Westfield Century City Mall. We were [more…]
Brookside resident Sherri Vinton’s new book will inspire you to use more of the fresh food you buy…and in doing so, save money and the [more…]
With the heat of summer blazing down upon us, the desire to look “good” in shorts, tank tops, sundresses and bathing suits is as searing [more…]
We heard rumors that Dean & DeLuca was coming to Larchmont in the now empty contiguous spaces formerly occupied by Crumbs Bakery, Pickett Fences and Hans Optical. [more…]
Last week Eater LA offered its pick of the finest Korean barbecue restaurants in the city. LA is home to the largest population of Koreans outside of [more…]
If you don’t feel like cooking this Labor Day, it might be the perfect opportunity to indulge in some of Los Angeles’ best fried chicken. [more…]
Food has become just about as wacky as one can imagine – and Frankenfood – a new competition television series set to debut June 22nd [more…]
We Angelenos love to go out to eat, and with the new year in full swing and dineLA’s 12 day feast to begin this next [more…]
The Los Angeles Times is hosting The Taste on the Paramount Studios lot again this Labor Day weekend. Amidst the food samplings and wine tastings, [more…]
Tickets are on sale for Taste of Farmers Market on Tuesday, July 16th from 5pm-9pm. Tickets for this event promise to be in great demand as 50 restaurants and grocers have committed to participate.
Missing Campanile on La Brea? You can get a taste of Mark Peel again for four nights only starting this Thursday, but make your reservations now.
If the Girls Scouts missed you in their first round of cookie sales where they take your order and deliver to your home or office, have no fear! There’s still a chance to stock up on Samoa’s and Do-Si-Dos.
The iconic La Brea Bakery has found its new home just a few steps north of the original shop…[Read more.]
Tucked in the back room of Baciami Cafe in the heart of Larchmont, there’s some sweet gooey magic being made: gelato.
While Campanille officially closed its doors this week, the La Brea Bakery next door will remain open until the end of the year giving residents their traditional baked goods for the holidays.
The Grove is full of change these days! The latest announcement is really sweet…and might require a little self control on your way to the parking structure.
Sprinkles is opening at The Grove in November. [Read more…]