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Your Guide to California’s New Recreational Marijuana Rules

by Jessica P. Ogilvie @ Los Angeles Magazine

Welcome to the brave new world of weed

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Artful Cookies in Italy

by 15norriseps @ Food Market Gypsy

Cannoli, the popular cookies of Sicily, began as Carnival pastries (circa 1500’s) shaped as cylinders around wooden canes, dipped in hot oil, allowed to cool then filled with smooth, sweetened ricotta cheese. They have changed very little except now they are often made with stainless steel cylinders instead of canes and their decorations include roasted Continue Reading

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East Borough

by Bryanna Arreola @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

The Vietnamese restaurant aims to show off a world beyond pho. You won’t find the popular soup at dinner, but you will find “phoca-tini”: supple strands of smoked bucatini smothered with five-spice braised oxtail and fresh herbs.

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Gingergrass

by Bryanna Arreola @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

This modest Vietnamese restaurant emphasizes freshness…

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Here’s the Story Behind Time’s Up, Hollywood’s Anti-Sexual Harassment Movement

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Stars wearing black on the red carpet is just the beginning

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The Most Exciting New Restaurants to Try in January

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

New year, new food

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San Bernardino County loosens food truck rules

by Kyle @ Find LA Food Trucks

And, by loosening rules, I mean that food trucks are now actually able to serve in SB county outside of the occasional special event.  Here is the relevant quote from the PE article: On Tuesday, June 5, the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved rules allowing food trucks to expand their presence, although […]

Some Casper Business Owners Complain About Food Trucks

by Mobile Cuisine @ Mobile Cuisine | Food Truck, Pop Up & Street Food Coverage

CASPER, WY - As the chilly weekend began, customers drifted into Frontier Brewing Company for beer and some local music. One stopped just out front of the downtown Casper brewery, where the Smoked N Tender big, red food truck was parked along East Second Street. She grabbed some barbecue before heading inside. “I love what [...]

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Food Truck Frenzy in Los Angeles - Food Market Gypsy

Food Truck Frenzy in Los Angeles - Food Market Gypsy


Food Market Gypsy

The best mid-city, mid-day food truck hub in Los Angeles is an unmarked section of curb across Wilshire Boulevard from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Begs the question: are today’s food trucks part of a cultural, urban, ethnic, wacko-cool art scene?  Allow me to present the evidence:       And consider the progression Continue Reading

10 Best Bánh Mì Sandwiches in Los Angeles

10 Best Bánh Mì Sandwiches in Los Angeles


L.A. Weekly

The banh mi is a delicious byproduct of French colonialism in Vietnam (which officially lasted from 1887 to 1954). The French brought baguettes to help fuel sandwiches, which were filled with French meats like pates and eventually incorporated Vietnamese proteins and flavors.  The prototypical banh mi incorporates a crusty baguette with...

Little Sister

by Alex Janin @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

Just when we were ready to see the gastropub trend take its gourmet sliders and slide right out of town, we get Little Sister.

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Bun Me!

by Sarah Liss @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

There was a time when the closest thing you’d find to banh mi in Northridge was a pastrami on rye at Brent’s Delicatessen.

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PhoKing Awesome Food Truck

by Greg Gless @ Southeast Asian – Fulfilling Catering

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Smooth ‘n Chewy Lanzhou Beef Noodles at Chi Men on Denman

by dennis @ Food – Dennis the Foodie

Chi Men on Denman opened up in late July 2017 in the former Chelicious space, and has been quietly ladling out some really good soup noodles to a barely appreciative West End audience. It hasn’t been busy in there, but they deserve to be. With 3 Quarters Full Taiwanese Cafe (located in Denman Place Mall) … Continue reading Smooth ‘n Chewy Lanzhou Beef Noodles at Chi Men on Denman

60-Second Bio: The Lonely Island

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your favorite viral video trio just debuted a show of their own

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The 5 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Pre-Holiday Weekend

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

Comedy! Christmas cocktails! Ice bumper cars!

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Lunch Quickie: Malay Style Food at Makan Place in Burnaby

by dennis @ Dennis the Foodie

Wicca needed a pick-me-up, and her favourite cuisine is Singaporean/Malaysian food, so I picked this small place called Makan Place (Facebook, Instagram) in Burnaby that’s been on my radar. Hope the bold, punchy flavours will cheer her up! I love these kinds of neighbourhood nooks nestled within residential areas. You see a few of these streets … Continue reading Lunch Quickie: Malay Style Food at Makan Place in Burnaby

Revealing the Secrets Inside the Magic Castle

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

L.A.'s mysterious clubhouse for magicians celebrates 55 years

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6 Los Angeles Poets You Should Be Reading

by Zoie Matthew @ Los Angeles Magazine

These poets are shaking up literature in Los Angeles and beyond

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Saigon’s Sandwiches & Bakery

by Allison Ildefonso @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

At $2.75 a sandwich, it’s a good price for the skateboarder who rolls in for lunch

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Viet Noodle Bar

by Marinapena @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

Where other neo-Vietnamese restaurants dumb down the traditional, this swank little joint riffs, adding complexity to some standards while nudging the emphasis in others…

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Take a Sweet Sneak Peek at Candytopia’s Candy-Coated Installations

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Just when you thought your Instagram couldn’t get any… sweeter

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Girlschool Is Making Space for Women in Music and Beyond

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Carrie Brownstein, Shirley Manson, and others join founder Anna Bulbrook for a festival to empower women and girls

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Japanese Homestyle Food at Aotoya (Blue Door) on Victoria Drive

by dennis @ Dennis the Foodie

Aotoya (aka Blue Door) is a slightly dingy, Japanese homestyle hole-in-the-wall on Victoria Drive, located beside longtime institution Supreme Pizza (get a pepperoni, mushroom, and Italian sausage pizza and one of their crack-laden pastas). If you can deal with Aotoya’s sometimes slow service and slow kitchen, you’ll be rewarded with good-to-great Yōshoku-style food that’s got … Continue reading Japanese Homestyle Food at Aotoya (Blue Door) on Victoria Drive

Grill ‘Em All Opens First Brick And Mortar Restaurant! @GrillEmAllTruck

by Kyle @ Find LA Food Trucks

On Saturady, Jan 19, 2013, Grill ‘Em All launches their 1st restaurant!  Here is their press release: GRILL ‘EM ALL Invades Alhambra Opening Their First Brick and Mortar Saturday January 19th Alhambra, CA (Jan 9th, 2012) – Grill Em All has been conquering the roads of Los Angeles with their gastronomic powerhouse food truck for three […]

Southern Green Beans in Appalacia

by 15norriseps @ Food Market Gypsy

Late-summer cicadas craft the music of Kentucky with long rattling notes. My borrowed tee shirt has familiar Ashland Tomcats on the front. I don’t remember ever having such a shirt yet it feels like mine. How did I conjure teenage dreams that led me up and out of this mountain town? How did I crawl Continue Reading

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Here’s the Disney Magic that Brings Aladdin to the Stage

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

The live musical at the Hollywood Pantages is so lavish

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What’s the Correct Way to Refer to Local Native American Tribes?

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

California has more Native American inhabitants than any other state

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Hitting Home: The Kentucky Bourbon Trail

by 15norriseps @ Food Market Gypsy

  Sometimes you can’t tell how far you’ve traveled until you rumble all the way back and hit home. When I left Kentucky in 1975, bourbon was a blase part of blue grass culture like coal, horses, and Ohio River catfish that few of us dared to eat.       “The grass only looks Continue Reading

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7 Cultural Hot Spots We’re Most Excited to Visit in 2018

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

A new Magic Castle, restored art, cool theater, and more on the horizon

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Where to Eat on Christmas Day in Los Angeles

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

What’s the best thing to make for Christmas dinner?
 Reservations

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Five Books You Need to Read This January

by Zoie Matthew @ Los Angeles Magazine

If you resolved to read more in 2k18, we’ve got you covered

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10 Best Places to Party on New Year’s Eve in Los Angeles

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

Maybe 2018 will be less awful if we kick it off right

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Little Saigon Adventures

by @JeetKuneBao @ Little Saigon Adventures

@JeetKuneBao wrote:

It’s probably been more than a year but I’ve had the Banh Cuon there. It was tasty!

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The Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your best bets for January 15 to 19, 2018

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A Play With (Mostly) No Dialogue Still Communicates the Weirdness of Silent Retreats

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

Bess Wohl's critical hit, Small Mouth Sounds, makes its way from New York to the Broad Stage

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105 Chuck Wagon Relaunches!

by Kyle @ Find LA Food Trucks

The 105 Chuck Wagon is relaunching on March 9 with a new Chef and new menu!  They will be serving at Bob Wandries Ford in Alhambra.  Menu details are here. #FoodTruck Sat is our relaunch! @ Bob Wandries Ford in Alhambra come check out our brand new chef (cont) http://t.co/B7nDMH3fos — 105 Chuck Wagon (@105ChuckWagon) March […]

Here Are the Best Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

You want cheeseburger week? You can't handle cheeseburger week

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Paddy Rice’s Decent Vietnamese is Better Than No Vietnamese

by Zach Brooks @ Midtown Lunch: Los Angeles » Vietnamese

Good, cheap, Asian food is always a tough proposition for those of us who don’t work in the San Gabriel Valley. And that’s definitely true of Vietnamese food. If you work near Koreatown, you can make due. And there are a few options in Westwood and Beverly Hills. But Hollywood? Nada. Zilch. Nothing. So when [...]

Why Are There Faux Stone Retaining Walls Along One Bit of the 405?

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

The freeway gets fancy

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The Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your best bets for December 18 to 22, 2017

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L.A. Museums Are Going to Be Free for Just One Day

by Joe Donatelli @ Los Angeles Magazine

You finally get to try that 40-museum marathon you always imagined

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Fika & Wild Swans in Stockholm

by 15norriseps @ Food Market Gypsy

Ah, midsummer.  The harsh ways of the world won’t find you if you are near Nordic water, swans, and fika as the solstice dawns.  That’s where I was last year – travelin’ solo in the Swedish archipelago – and I thought I was turning 56 on my mid-summer birthday.  My family later corrected me – Continue Reading

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Rock the Bells: Bells & Whistles on Fraser (Bonus: Zwanze Day 2017)

by dennis @ Dennis the Foodie

The folks behind Wildebeest, Bufala, and Lucky Taco have added another thoughtful expansion to their mini-empire in the form of the anti-sports bar sports bar Bells & Whistles located on Fraser just south of Kingsway. The food is typical sports bar/pub grub/comfort food like burgers, wings, nachos, onion rings, etc, but done with atypical care … Continue reading Rock the Bells: Bells & Whistles on Fraser (Bonus: Zwanze Day 2017)

This Guy Stayed in SoCal’s Most Haunted Hotels to Separate Fact From Fiction

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

Hotel Alexandria, Hotel del Coronado, the Mission Inn, and more

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Meet the Badass Girls of Los Anarchists, L.A.’s Roller Derby League for Kids

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

It’s a hard-knock life for them

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Nem Nu’ong Ninh Hoa

by Alex Janin @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

The specialty here is nem nu'ong (grilled Vietnamese pork meatballs) which take on hot-dog-like dimensions…

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Little Saigon Adventures

by @Ns1 @ Little Saigon Adventures

@Ns1 wrote:

I just try this next time.

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Food on the go: Food trucks becoming a staple of Helena's dining experience

Food on the go: Food trucks becoming a staple of Helena's dining experience


Helena Independent Record

As the season for food trucks reaches its peak, a new Vietnamese and Southeast Asian food truck is coming to Helena and an existing vendor is expanding to a full

Here’s What You Missed at Jay-Z’s 4:44 Tour Finale in Inglewood

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

The rap legend is not giving up the throne just yet

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NoMad—and All the Buzzy Bars and Restaurants Within—Will Open This Month

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Sydell Group’s follow-up to Line Hotel is finally here

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India Jones Chow Truck

by fulfilling @ Southeast Asian – Fulfilling Catering

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Simply Fresh – San Diego’s Freshest Sandwiches

by Derek @ Fulfilling Catering

What’s the name of your truck & where are you based?  Simply Fresh, based in San Diego, CA How do you like to describe your food? A California Inspired Delicatessen What inspired you to start a food truck?  As a culinary graduate, I moved to...

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What does being an Afro-Latino band mean? My favorite LA bands in their own words

by Tom @ EnClave.LA

by Tom Nguyen Seems like folks really enjoyed my last blog on 6 upcoming Los Angeles Latin Alternative bands to watch, so I wanted to follow up with my favorite Continue Reading →

Restaurants Near UCLA Associated Student Store, Los Angeles - Skyscanner

Restaurants Near UCLA Associated Student Store, Los Angeles - Skyscanner


Trip by Skyscanner

Looking for restaurants near UCLA Associated Student Store? Find 494 nearby restaurants in Los Angeles, California visited by over 407,232 people.

There’s a Sudden Burst of Color in L.A.’s Improv Scene

by Maddie Crichton @ Los Angeles Magazine

And troupes like the Black Version are lighting the way

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A Side Story You Might Be Interested in at Marutama Gaiden on Main St.

by dennis @ Food – Dennis the Foodie

Even after four years, Marutama Ramen (moldy oldy review here) is still considered one of the top ramen places in the city. Definitely Top 5, if not Top 3. Their chicken paitan (cloudy chicken broth) ramen is still unique and well-executed. That slippery aosa seaweed (sea lettuce) has me all [insert sweaty feverish emoji here]. … Continue reading A Side Story You Might Be Interested in at Marutama Gaiden on Main St.

Farm-to-Table Tableaux in the Berkshires

by 15norriseps @ Food Market Gypsy

I’ve been photographing what is beautiful to me in The Berkshires for a long time, including plenty of farms and tables. My town in this western region of Massachusetts began as Shawenon, named for a Mohican chief who had an eye for gentle majesty. The 1780’s-ish dairy farmhouse my family bought years ago sits on Continue Reading

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This Eagerly Awaited Metro Transit Line May Happen Sooner Than Expected

by Neal Broverman @ Los Angeles Magazine

A public-private partnership could bring a bus line to Vermont Avenue ahead of schedule

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It’s the Giving Season – Workplace Giving Ideas

by Greg Gless @ Fulfilling Catering

It’s the time of year we’re often buying gifts for our family and friends, or thinking about what gifts we might receive, but often forgotten are the 46 million Americans who are food insecure, let alone without gifts and family this holiday season. Here are...

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Brexit & an English Breakfast

by 15norriseps @ Food Market Gypsy

You don’t always have to drown your sorrows. Sometimes you can just eat them. In a rare moment, politics upstaged football’s Euro 2016 on BBC World News this summer as results of the Brexit referendum swept the world. Markets crashed in India, China and New York. Frantic reports went into 24/7  overdrive. The Beeb’s usually Continue Reading

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Wawa Grill Food Truck

by Greg Gless @ Southeast Asian – Fulfilling Catering

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Anger over Police Failing Tenderloin

by Beyond Chron @ Beyond Chron

My January 9 story, “How Police Fail the Tenderloin,” struck a nerve with those living and working in the neighborhood.  Some of the responses were so compelling that they are assembled below as a follow up to the story.  Here
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Vietnam Restaurant

by Marinapena @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

The generically named Vietnam Restaurant in San Gabriel is equal to anything the O.C. has to offer…

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Angelenos Can Get a Glimpse of the (Affordable!) New Tesla on Friday

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

The long-awaited Model 3 makes a public debut in L.A.

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At 90, Big Eyes Painter Margaret Keane Reflects on Her Outsize Influence on Lowbrow Art

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

The legendary artist received a lifetime achievement award at L.A. Art Show

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The Founder’s Favorite March Food Trucks

by Greg Gless @ Fulfilling Catering

Buckle up and get ready to salivate, because this week Food Truck Catering is breaking down the Founder’s Favorite Food Trucks for March. Salt+Lime, based in San Diego, is a truck serving up absolutely delicious and authentic Mexican food dishes. They serve everything you’d hope...

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To London, With Love

by 15norriseps @ Food Market Gypsy

Borough Market in London was an early stop when I started this blog in 2015.  Today, in the aftermath of a deadly terrorist attack, my heart goes out to all the people of London and their beautiful city. Here are photos from Borough Market and its environs on happier days. From the Archives: 31 years Continue Reading

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The 5 Best Things to Do in L.A. This New Year’s Eve Weekend

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

Hamilton! A boozy NYE party! Snow!

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Carolina Planning Commission Discusses Food Truck Ordinance Changes

by Mobile Cuisine @ Mobile Cuisine | Food Truck, Pop Up & Street Food Coverage

CAROLINA BEACH, NC - Visitors and residents of Carolina Beach might notice that the town is lacking when it comes to food trucks. In other municipalities across the country food trucks can be found scattered about, but not in Carolina Beach. Currently, the town regulates food trucks the same way as other itinerant merchants, through [...]

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How One Local Lingerie Company Is Shaking Up the Intimates Industry

by Linda Immediato @ Los Angeles Magazine

After years at Victoria’s Secret, Sharleen Ernster founded the more inclusive, eco-friendly line Hot-As-Hell

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Inside Lawry’s Beef Bowl, College Football’s Most Glorious Dining Tradition

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Before the Rose Bowl, Georgia and Oklahoma went head to head over prime rib

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How a 1993 Step Van Became One of L.A.’s Most Interesting Art Galleries

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

Gas Gallery, Ceci Moss's art space on wheels, is literally on a roll

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Don’t Believe the Nom Nom/Phamish Hype, Mandoline Grill’s Pork Banh Mi Reigns Supreme

by Zach Brooks @ Midtown Lunch: Los Angeles » Vietnamese

There’s no doubt that fusion tacos are the most ubiquitous item found on food trucks these days (thanks for that, Kogi!) but if you were forced to pick a runner up, you wouldn’t be wrong to think banh mi. Nom Nom Truck is undoubtedly the most famous, thanks to their nearly undefeated record on the [...]

Cacao in Hawaii

by 15norriseps @ Food Market Gypsy

You don’t get to see cacao pods in the USA unless you go to Hawaii, and even there they a rare sight. Cacao trees (from whence, of course, chocolate) are cultivated only sporadically around the Hawaiian Islands. But Tony Lydgate of Steel Grass Farm on Hawaii’s garden island, Kauai, hopes to change that. His botanical Continue Reading

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Little Saigon Adventures

by @secretasianman barry chin @ Little Saigon Adventures

@secretasianman wrote:

i think i’ve been there and also pho filet nearby, but it’s been a while for both. had i known that pho huynh was northern, i would have evaluated it differently; i now understand that northern is supposed to be more nuanced than southern, but to an inexperienced palate the line between subtle and bland is fairly murky.

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Fancy Tacos & Craft Beer in Port Moody: Taps & Tacos

by dennis @ Food – Dennis the Foodie

After a long build-up, Taps & Tacos is finally open near “Brewer’s Row” in Port Moody. I tried it about a month and a half after they opened, so things should’ve settled in nicely by this point. If you’ve ever driven to Brewer’s Row (home of Moody Ales, Parkside, Yellow Dog, and Twin Sails), you … Continue reading Fancy Tacos & Craft Beer in Port Moody: Taps & Tacos

Good Girl Dinette

by Bryanna Arreola @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

For years Diep Tran has been fusing Eastside hip with her family's Vietnamese cooking…

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Photographer Catherine Opie’s First Film Is an Avant-Garde Meditation on L.A.

by Scott Timberg @ Los Angeles Magazine

The movie was made entirely from still photographs

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Fairplex Weekender: Boats and video games

by Heather @ Fairplex Insider

The weekend is almost here! Scroll down to see what we have planned on our campus: Los Angeles Boat Show (Now – Sun): The Los Angeles Boat Show is the place to be for boating lifestyle enthusiasts. Check out performance … Continue reading

9 L.A. Activists You Need to Follow on Social Media

by Andrea Alonso @ Los Angeles Magazine

Fill your feed with these powerful voices

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This Billionaire Is Building a “21st Century Monastery” for His Own Think Tank

by Gabriel Kahn @ Los Angeles Magazine

Nicolas Berggruen is building a Getty-like campus for ideas—but why?

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Shaun White Is Hosting a Snowboard Competition This Weekend—And It’s Totally Free

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

50 fantastic snowboarders will be showing off in SoCal

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Chocolate Chip Cookies … Chef-Style

by 15norriseps @ Food Market Gypsy

Leave it to The New Yorker to produce a charming article on the history of the famous Chocolate Chip Cookies known as Toll House.The recipe is an historic, uniquely American keeper. And yet we’ve all been to that bake sale with a plate of chocolate chip cookies that didn’t quite work out – pancake-like, melted Continue Reading

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Video Ideas For Your Food Truck YouTube Channel

by Richard Myrick @ Mobile Cuisine | Food Truck, Pop Up & Street Food Coverage

3.25 billion hours of videos are watched every single month on YouTube, and there are nearly 5,000,000,000 total YouTube views each day. For food trucks interested in building their brand with video, YouTube is a must. YouTube is such a powerful marketing channel a YouTube video or ad you can potentially reach far more viewers than you [...]

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Get Ready to Have the Hello Kitty-est Holiday Season Imaginable

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

The Sanrio squad is taking over SoCal

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Starry Kitchen is a (Now Legal) Downtown Godsend. Just Make Sure You Go By Friday!

by Zach Brooks @ Midtown Lunch: Los Angeles » Vietnamese

I’ve only been in L.A. a few weeks, so I never got a chance to try the now infamous Starry Kitchen.  But it sounds right up my alley!  An underground, take out, Asian food dinner spot being run by a couple out of their North Hollywood apartment? Amazing.  Sadly (but not surprisingly) it was closed [...]

Using The Pareto Principle To Market Your Food Truck

by Richard Myrick @ Mobile Cuisine | Food Truck, Pop Up & Street Food Coverage

The Pareto Principle (also known as the 80/20 rule, or the law of the vital few) states that, for many marketing, roughly 20% of your customers drive 80% of your sales. This means that there’s always a core group of loyal customers who not only spend money at your food truck, they bring their friends, give your truck glowing [...]

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Xoia

by Shayna Rose Arnold @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

Every bohemian strip needs a good pho joint. This is Echo Park's version: a modern fusion spot (think pho tacos)...

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New truck: We Heart Froyo @weheartfroyo

by Kyle @ Find LA Food Trucks

We <3 Froyo is just getting started!  They were posted up in Long Beach last Sunday and look like they will be serving at the Father’s Day Weekend Food Fest.

Kevin Short, Known as “WeHo Jesus,” Has Died at 57

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

He used his quirky celebrity to advocate for tolerance and love

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Blue Hen

by @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

Flyers for drum circles greet yoga-mat-toting patrons at this Vietnamese spot…

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Tequila and Tacos and Tapas, Oh My!

by fulfilling @ Fulfilling Catering

Happy Cinco de Mayo America! It’s time to party…preferably with tequila and tacos. Food Truck Catering can’t give you the tequila (unless you want to invite us to your party); however, we can provide the tacos. Tacos and much, much more. Cinco de Mayo is...

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Food Truck Park Opens In Texas College Town

by Mobile Cuisine @ Mobile Cuisine | Food Truck, Pop Up & Street Food Coverage

COLLEGE STATION, TX - In order to make food trucks more accessible to customers, a small business owner set out to change city ordinances and create a new food truck park in College Station. Located adjacent to the train tracks at the corner of Wellborn and University, Wayside Food Park is now home to a [...]

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Cheese Tea Has Officially Hit Los Angeles and We’re Here For It

by Andrea Alonso @ Los Angeles Magazine

It sounds so wrong, but it feels so right

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Veggie Pho

by Alex Janin @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

Tall malt-shop glasses of young coconut juice dot the small black tables, and a happy waitstaff delivers traditional Vietnamese cuisine…

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This Ventura Couple Saved Millions of Bees From the Thomas Fire

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

But they lost millions more when their apiary went up in flames

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Every Juice at Moon Juice, Ranked

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

We heard you could use a little help with that New Year's resolution

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The Autry Is Celebrating Chuck Wagons, L.A.’s First Food Trucks

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

How we went from bacon and baked beans to tacos and pad thai

The post The Autry Is Celebrating Chuck Wagons, L.A.’s First Food Trucks appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Your Next Fried Chicken Obsession Has Arrived

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Honey-dipped chicken? It’s totally a thing.

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Lunch Quickie: The New Efendi Uyghur on Kingsway

by dennis @ Dennis the Foodie

The old Efendi Uyghur at 1345 Kingsway (near Knight) was only open for about a year but received great feedback (like this Alexandra Gill review). Unfortunately, they had to close the restaurant due to the mother’s health issues. The space got sold and turned into House of Dosas nemesis, Dosa Factory. I didn’t get a chance … Continue reading Lunch Quickie: The New Efendi Uyghur on Kingsway

New truck: Cool Cow (gelato!) @becoolcow

by Kyle @ Find LA Food Trucks

Cool Cow Dessert Bar is bringing premium gelato, sorbet and frozen yogurt to LA!  Their grand opening is this Saturday (6/16) at @WhiteRabbitCafe! (8316 Winnetka Avenue, Canoga Park), but it looks like they’ll also be at the Best Buy in Industry (map) on Friday (6/15).

Eat the Rich: Dinner at Bandao Pearl at Marine Gateway

by dennis @ Dennis the Foodie

If my dad wasn’t given a $100 gift certificate to Bandao Pearl (part of the Peninsula group), we never would have set foot in this high-end Chinese seafood restaurant. (My dad got the gift certificate from a friend who didn’t want to use it. One look at the prices on the menu and we could … Continue reading Eat the Rich: Dinner at Bandao Pearl at Marine Gateway

Little Saigon Adventures

by @JeetKuneBao @ Little Saigon Adventures

@JeetKuneBao wrote:

Pho Ga Hai Van at Westminster x Magnolia (same plaza as Ngu Binh), IMO the best pho ga in town. Forgot to take pics.

God I love 7 Leaves Mung Bean milk tea, warm and less sweet.

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Eat|See|Hear 2015 Summer Movie Schedule

by The Noel Team @ Summer – The Noel Team

Summer is almost here and that means tons of annual summer events are about to start including the Eat See Hear yearly outdoor movie event. The 19 week event features a new movie showing every Saturday at various locations around Los Angeles. There are also food trucks at each movie showing so you can get... Read More »

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UPDATE: Iconic Irish Pub Tom Bergin’s Reduces Hours, Future Uncertain

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

After slashing staff, hours, and its food menu, one of L.A.’s oldest bars appears to be in jeopardy

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Cookbook of the Year: L.A. Mexicano

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Bill Esparza pays homage to those defining Mexican cuisine in Los Angeles

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Get Down Like Darcy at the Jane Austen Tea Social

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

Why should fictional characters have all the fun?

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Holiday Desserts in Pictures

by 15norriseps @ Food Market Gypsy

 In December, much of the world sees things the way I do. Artistic cakes, cookies, snow globes, chocolates, and vividly wrapped confections fill shop windows, screens, and billboards.  They are everywhere. For over 17 years, I have explored the pastry arts, sometimes as a chef and sometimes as a gypsy traveler hoping to capture in Continue Reading

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Dot Saigon Food Truck

by fulfilling @ Southeast Asian – Fulfilling Catering

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Food truck alert: Dot Saigon banh mi truck serves caramel pork belly

Food truck alert: Dot Saigon banh mi truck serves caramel pork belly


latimes.com

Food truck alert: Banh mi sandwiches on Dot Saigon

Lunch Quickie: Shoyu Ramen and Chicken Karaage at Gyo Para

by dennis @ Food – Dennis the Foodie

The ramen boom from the last few years resulted in imho TOO MANY tonkotsu-style ramen places. Great tonkotsu was already achieved with places like Santouka, Jinya, etc. Chicken paitan was already pretty much perfected by Marutama (with an unique personal take by The Ramenman). I’ve also enjoyed the Iekei-style tonkotsu/Tokyo shoyu hybrid ramen at Yah … Continue reading Lunch Quickie: Shoyu Ramen and Chicken Karaage at Gyo Para

You Have One More Chance to Get Tattooed at the Natural History Museum

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

Become part of the display at Tattoo: An Exhibition

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Little Saigon Adventures

by @euno @ Little Saigon Adventures

@euno wrote:

I always liked their combination pho, they’ve a pretty reliable bowl of tendon-tripe-brisket pho that I find comparable to replacement-level bowls in Little Saigon.

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Lunch Quickie: Malay Style Food at Makan Place in Burnaby

by dennis @ Food – Dennis the Foodie

Wicca needed a pick-me-up, and her favourite cuisine is Singaporean/Malaysian food, so I picked this small place called Makan Place (Facebook, Instagram) in Burnaby that’s been on my radar. Hope the bold, punchy flavours will cheer her up! I love these kinds of neighbourhood nooks nestled within residential areas. You see a few of these streets … Continue reading Lunch Quickie: Malay Style Food at Makan Place in Burnaby

Three L.A.-Based Indie Comedians Have Gone Corporate

by Kelly MacLean @ Los Angeles Magazine

Comedy Central's newest show is "Dilbert by way of David Fincher"

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Reubens & the Women’s March in Cincinnati

by 15norriseps @ Food Market Gypsy

Cincy was my sports town in the days of Pete Rose and Johnny Bench.  We rolled in from the nearby hills of northern Kentucky where my family ran a local newspaper.  Folks, this was going to the city.  I still associate Cincinnati with ball park peanuts, fountains, and German-influenced culinary fare. It was easy to Continue Reading

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Enjoy the Most Eccentric Tour of the City

by Los Angeles Magazine @ Los Angeles Magazine

From literary hot spots to scenes of the crimes, this one is not for the average tourist

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Smooth ‘n Chewy Lanzhou Beef Noodles at Chi Men on Denman

by dennis @ Dennis the Foodie

Chi Men on Denman opened up in late July 2017 in the former Chelicious space, and has been quietly ladling out some really good soup noodles to a barely appreciative West End audience. It hasn’t been busy in there, but they deserve to be. With 3 Quarters Full Taiwanese Cafe (located in Denman Place Mall) … Continue reading Smooth ‘n Chewy Lanzhou Beef Noodles at Chi Men on Denman

Haute Wheels Food Truck Fest: Eating Everything in Sight

Haute Wheels Food Truck Fest: Eating Everything in Sight


Kuya's Notebook

“One of the very nicest things about life is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is we are doing and devote our attention to EATING.” Back on September 22, ten food trucks rolled…

These Powerful Political Posters Called Out Police Violence in L.A. and Beyond

by Drew Tewksbury @ Los Angeles Magazine

Artists take action in a Venice exhibit

The post These Powerful Political Posters Called Out Police Violence in L.A. and Beyond appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Eat the Rich: Dinner at Bandao Pearl at Marine Gateway

by dennis @ Food – Dennis the Foodie

If my dad wasn’t given a $100 gift certificate to Bandao Pearl (part of the Peninsula group), we never would have set foot in this high-end Chinese seafood restaurant. (My dad got the gift certificate from a friend who didn’t want to use it. One look at the prices on the menu and we could … Continue reading Eat the Rich: Dinner at Bandao Pearl at Marine Gateway

Fried Chicken & Food Market Gypsy TV Cooking Class

by 15norriseps @ Food Market Gypsy

This is not just fried chicken, but very crispy, buttermilk-soaked, fried chicken adapted from Thomas Keller’s Ad Hoc recipe.  We made it LIVE on Facebook and you can see the video here or on YouTube.  We were live but the chicken, alas, was not. 1 whole chicken, cut up into frying parts 3 cups buttermilk 6 Continue Reading

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The POKE HUT: Bringin’ Hawaiian Style Poke to SoCal

by Derek @ Fulfilling Catering

This is POKE HUT… Hawaiian-style poke, premium sushi grade fish, fried rice & creative Hawaiian-influenced dishes… based in Orange County, CA How do you like to describe your food? – Fresh. Simple. Flavor Bomb What inspired you to start a food truck?  – Both my...

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The Very Best Food And Drink Sketches From ‘Portlandia’

The Very Best Food And Drink Sketches From ‘Portlandia’

by Zachary Johnston @ UPROXX

Portlandia nailed the absurdity of modern food and drink trends with these 13 essential sketches.

Step Inside an Otherworldly Psychedelic Cave 1,000 Hours in the Making

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

Artist Laurie Shapiro’s immersive Hollywood installation feels alive

The post Step Inside an Otherworldly Psychedelic Cave 1,000 Hours in the Making appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

National Fig Newton Day

by Mobile Cuisine @ Mobile Cuisine | Food Truck, Pop Up & Street Food Coverage

National food holidays have been around for decades. Unfortunately, most of them aren’t real holidays, but they sure are fun to celebrate. Then again, it’s always nice to have an extra excuse for enjoying certain foods. What makes a work day more fun than honoring everything from National Hamburger Day to National Fig Newton Day? We cover [...]

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Lunch Quickie: Shoyu Ramen and Chicken Karaage at Gyo Para

by dennis @ Dennis the Foodie

The ramen boom from the last few years resulted in imho TOO MANY tonkotsu-style ramen places. Great tonkotsu was already achieved with places like Santouka, Jinya, etc. Chicken paitan was already pretty much perfected by Marutama (with an unique personal take by The Ramenman). I’ve also enjoyed the Iekei-style tonkotsu/Tokyo shoyu hybrid ramen at Yah … Continue reading Lunch Quickie: Shoyu Ramen and Chicken Karaage at Gyo Para

A Secret Hamilton Song Just Came Out and We’re Here for It

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

The Ben Franklin tune hits just in time for the final Hamilton shows in L.A.

The post A Secret <em>Hamilton</em> Song Just Came Out and We’re Here for It appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Jeff Sessions’ Attack on Legal Weed “Doesn’t Change Reality”

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

SoCal’s largest weed retailer reacts to the attorney general’s reversal of policy

The post Jeff Sessions’ Attack on Legal Weed “Doesn’t Change Reality” appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Food Truck News Review: 1-12-2018

by Mobile Cuisine @ Mobile Cuisine | Food Truck, Pop Up & Street Food Coverage

Here are three stories that hit the wire this week which centered on the food truck industry. Food Truck News Review: 1-12-2018 Angry Restaurant Owners Delay Dover Food Truck Regulations DOVER, DE - Several downtown restaurant owners were not happy to hear about the city’s interest in starting a pilot program for food trucks. With [...]

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Why a Successful Union Organizer Thinks Traditional Organizing Is a Lost Cause

by Beyond Chron @ Beyond Chron

This story first appeared in Capital and Main
If anyone has shown a keen understanding of how to unionize workers in America, it’s David Rolf.
In the 1990s, he was a key player in the Service Employees International Union winning
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Little Saigon Adventures

by @JeetKuneBao @ Little Saigon Adventures

@JeetKuneBao wrote:

I have not had Thanh Mai’s but I will definitely try it. I really don’t know what makes a good one. I just know what I like personally.

I don’t think there is a legit Hanoi style Pho in Little Saigon. SF’s Turtle Tower and some places in SGV seem to do it right. Pho B in Huntington Beach does a Hanoi style Pho.

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All The Food We’re Hyped To See At The Noods, Noods, Noods Fest

All The Food We’re Hyped To See At The Noods, Noods, Noods Fest

by Hope R. Carter @ UPROXX

These tasty concoctions have us excited to see everyone's hottest noods.

Keller Williams Red Day!

by The Noel Team @ The Noel Team

Our team had an amazing time participating in the Keller Williams Red Day! This year our office participated in a food drive to help our local food bank.

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Lunch Quickie: The New Efendi Uyghur on Kingsway

by dennis @ Food – Dennis the Foodie

The old Efendi Uyghur at 1345 Kingsway (near Knight) was only open for about a year but received great feedback (like this Alexandra Gill review). Unfortunately, they had to close the restaurant due to the mother’s health issues. The space got sold and turned into House of Dosas nemesis, Dosa Factory. I didn’t get a chance … Continue reading Lunch Quickie: The New Efendi Uyghur on Kingsway

Here’s What You Need to Know About the 2018 Women’s March in L.A.

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

You don’t have to travel to D.C. to make your voice heard

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The Broad Is Debuting a Performance That Picks Up Where Infinity Mirrors Left Off

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

L.A.-based artists Ron Athey and Sean Griffin are teaming up for a powerful work

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The District by Hannah An

by Valentina Silva @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

In a flashy two-story space that opens onto West 3rd Street, the District is the solo work of Hannah An […]

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Little Saigon Adventures

by @secretasianman barry chin @ Little Saigon Adventures

@secretasianman wrote:

a chacon son gout; the common wisdom as i hear it is to skip the pho there. i went to pho 79 (now saigon eden) a lot when i first moved to the west coast and it was my go to for a long time. now recalibrating as i try more different vietnamese stuff.

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Saigon Corner

Saigon Corner


Yahoo Local

Find Saigon Corner in Los Angeles with Address, Phone number from Yahoo US Local. Includes Saigon Corner Reviews, maps & directions to Saigon Corner in Los Angeles and more from Yahoo US Local

Democrats Push Costa Hawkins Repeal to Ballot

by Randy Shaw @ Beyond Chron

Assembly Closes Door on Legislative Fix
Last week, the Democratic-controlled Assembly Housing Committee voted down a bill to repeal the Costa-Hawkins Act.  And with committee members like Ed Chau, who represents Monterrey Park, treating the tenant side with contempt, Democrats
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The Creators of EDC Are Opening a Nightclub in Hollywood

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Academy combines two powerhouses of the dance scene

The post The Creators of EDC Are Opening a Nightclub in Hollywood appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

East Borough’s Lunch Menu is Expensive and Pho-less, But Pretty Great

by Zach Brooks @ Midtown Lunch: Los Angeles » Vietnamese

If you live or work in Culver City and greeted the news of East Borough’s arrival with a healthy dose of skepticism, you are forgiven.  After all, we’ve been through this before.  Chef with a pedigree, taking on Vietnamese food from a fresh angle, and using quality ingredients are all things we heard back in [...]

Cocoa Cookies in Pasadena

by 15norriseps @ Food Market Gypsy

At the 10th Los Angeles Chocolate Salon, many chocolate configurations were on display: bon bons, chocolate vinegar, chocolate sauces, chocolate wine, chocolate: pure, bitter, sweet.  My own little table in this chocolate universe included books & this blog, a plate of Cocoa Cookies with Chocolate Buttercream as samplers, and Scandinavian Salt & Pepper Cookies to Continue Reading

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National Nutrition Month 2017: “Put Your Best Fork Forward”

by Greg Gless @ Fulfilling Catering

Fact: Nutrition encompasses healthy eating practices and important physical activity needed to maintain a healthy lifestyle. The theme, as picked by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, utilizes this idea via their play on words: “Put Your Best Fork Forward.” They took the time-old saying,...

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Little Saigon Adventures

by @Ns1 @ Little Saigon Adventures

@Ns1 wrote:

Pho tau bay…for their banh cuon

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The 6 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Hop aboard this express train to Fun Town

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Blue City Food: Live Fully, Eat Tastefully.

by Derek @ Fulfilling Catering

What’s the name of your truck & where are you based?  Blue City Food, from Fairfax County/ Northern VA How do you like to describe your food? Tasty Indian eats, made fresh and served with love. What do you like most about owning a food...

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Pho 79

by Samantha J. Grasso @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

There was a pho 79 back in Saigon (the number referred to the street address), and those who remember that place find solace in the pho…

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When Did L.A. Have a Red City Hall?

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

Rumor has it, bricks from the city's former HQ have ended up all over town

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Little Saigon Adventures

Little Saigon Adventures


Food Talk Central

Not to take away from Trieu Chau and Phnom Penh Noodle/“The Shack”. Those 2 places are classic and are a must-eat, with one being Vietnamese and the other Cambodian, respectively. Both here in Little Saigon, there are 2 Hu Tieu joints literally a minute walk from each other. 1st up: Phuongs Condiments are a must! Pickled garlic and chiles And the star, Dry Hu Tieu Nam Vang with soup and some real good tomato sauce, better than Scott Conants tomato sauce! Phuongs is known for the clear n...

A Super Early Look at the Food of NongLA Vietnamese Cafe

by Zach Brooks @ Midtown Lunch: Los Angeles » Vietnamese

Coming to the realization that there is and will never be decent Vietnamese food without traveling to Westminster or SGV is an exercise that can bear some resemblance to the 7 stages of grief.  ”There must be some place that does it well?” “This place really doesn’t do it well.”  ”Why the fuck can’t they [...]

These Are the Best dineL.A. Reservations to Book Immediately

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your cheat sheet to winning dineL.A.

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Rise and Shine with a Morning Hot Air Balloon Ride

by Los Angeles Magazine @ Los Angeles Magazine

Let the weekend take you up, up, and away

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A New Star Wars VR Experience Lets You Go Undercover as a Stormtrooper

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

"Hyper reality" meets hyperspace at Downtown Disney

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This Snowy Getaway Is the Antidote to an Extra-Warm January

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

The site of the ultimate Olympic qualifier is your perfect winter weekend

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There’s Already an “Oprah for President” Billboard Up in DTLA

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Oprah 2020? Kanye 2020 guy is at it again

The post There’s Already an “Oprah for President” Billboard Up in DTLA appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Little Saigon Adventures

by @JeetKuneBao @ Little Saigon Adventures

@JeetKuneBao wrote:

Yeah I have more bowls at Pho B where it was more heavy as you stated. I concluded that beef pho can be so inconsistent at times.
Also been times when it tasted more like a Saigon broth.
But man there has been a few times in which
(2 times) it was so pure!

Pho Huynh in El Monte seems to be the place in SGV for Hanoi Pho. Maybe @JThur01 or @secretasianman have tried it.

Since we are on the subject Round 3 Pho Noodle House in Rowland Heights caught my attention, you can get a beef and chicken pho with Hainan dipping sauces on the side. One Yelp review said the pho was less herbal and more beef based.

Quang Trung is solid and open late!

After Saigon style Pho I think the second most popular noodle is Hu Tieu.

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Saigon Alley to Bring Southeast Asian Street Food to the Streets

Saigon Alley to Bring Southeast Asian Street Food to the Streets


Eater Boston

Another food truck is in the works for Boston.

Kimbobrex Food Truck

by Greg Gless @ Southeast Asian – Fulfilling Catering

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Westside Bun Battle: Tiato vs. Le Saigon

by Zach Brooks @ Midtown Lunch: Los Angeles » Vietnamese

A few weeks ago I shared my… uh… unique guide to what I consider a “healthy” lunch in Los Angeles. Because as much of a fatso as I am, there are occasionally days when this “job” catches up with me.  And for those days, I try and eat something “light”.  (Sorry, a side effect of [...]

Gingersnaps & Christmas Markets in Copenhagen

by 15norriseps @ Food Market Gypsy

Gingersnap cookies, heart-shaped Christmas lights, and Glogg (hot mulled wine with Aquavit, raisins & almonds) fill the stalls along the Copenhagen’s Nyhavn Canal. Pine trees, trinkets, bratwurst, fried potatoes, chocolate, hot candied almonds and dazzling Christmas ornaments will pull you in – powerful winter magnets.Tourists, couples and local families with bundled children mill around Nyhavn (New Continue Reading

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Everything You Need to Know About the NBA All-Star Weekend In L.A.

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Tickets for basketball’s big weekend just went on sale

The post Everything You Need to Know About the NBA All-Star Weekend In L.A. appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

A New Bistro Is Bringing French Decadence to Chinatown

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Want to impress a date? Oriel is the place

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Family: Tom Petty died of an accidental overdose, according to medical examiner

by @ helenair.com - RSS Results

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Family: Tom Petty died of an accidental overdose, according to medical examiner.

Marination's food truck raises the bar for competitors

Marination's food truck raises the bar for competitors


Crosscut

Eating on the Edge: Americans are often too fussy to buy their food from street vendors, but this rolling restaurant has rich, varied flavors and polished, mirror-like finishes. Continue reading →

L.A. Chefs Are on a Mission to Master the Perfect Hummus

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Forget pita, we’ll just eat these with a spoon

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Beat the Chill of a Gloomy Day With L.A.’s Best Hot Pots

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Get steamy with classic shabu shabu, Taiwanese fusion bowls, and more

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Theatre Raymond Kabbaz

by The Noel Team @ The Noel Team

We are proud sponsors of the Theatre Raymond Kabbaz and are honored to be featured in their French Language Celebration Week! Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz opened in June 2000. It is a tribute to the passion and ambition of Mr. Raymond Kabbaz, President Founder of Le Lycée Français de Los Angeles, who dedicated the last three... Read More »

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A New Hollywood Exhibit Celebrates the Groovy Batman of 1960s TV

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

Stash away dark and brooding Ben Affleck and embrace the pop art color of the original TV show

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Dogs in L.A. Shelters Could Be Going Vegan

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Maybe Morrissey will adopt them all

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Love & Lox in Norway

by 15norriseps @ Food Market Gypsy

I don’t fall in love easily beyond an occasional cashmere sweater at an end-of-season sale.  When I go someplace new and beautiful and hear my vagabond voice say “maybe you should quit your job and live here instead?”,  I can usually shut that bratty inner child right up.  What about your family? Your friends? The Continue Reading

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And the winner of ‘The Great Food Truck Race’ is…

And the winner of ‘The Great Food Truck Race’ is…


Orange County Register

Grill ‘Em All? The trio of gourmet hamburger-cooking dudes from Los Angeles narrowly beat the odds-on favorite, the Nom Nom Truck, in Sunday night’s finale of “The Great Food Truc…

Chef Tai’s Mobile Gourmet Food Truck

by fulfilling @ Southeast Asian – Fulfilling Catering

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New truck: The Crepuscule @The_Crepuscule

by Kyle @ Find LA Food Trucks

The Crepuscule is just about ready to hit LA with their sweet and savory crepes, done the Tahitian way by a couple of really nice French guys!  It doesn’t get anymore authentic than this.  Keep an eye out for the truck with a Tiki statue standing next to the Eiffel Tower.  Their page has more info + […]

Old & New Nordic in Iceland

by 15norriseps @ Food Market Gypsy

Reykjavik is not a cheap-eats town. As trawlers, seiners, barges and battered military ships churned in and out of the icy, early-winter marina, bowls of fish stew from the dock shacks cost as much as a steakhouse dinner in the states. This wild island, this legendary home of Vikings who could weather any hardship, offered Continue Reading

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Celebrate Administrative Professionals Day with Food Truck Catering!

by fulfilling @ Fulfilling Catering

Administrative Professionals Day is right around the corner folks. This coming Wednesday, April 26! Don’t stress if you didn’t know — Food Truck Catering has all your needs covered. Give back to the admins in your office. Say thank you to them for making your...

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100 Things You Can Do for Free in L.A.

by Los Angeles Magazine @ Los Angeles Magazine

Because in a city with $18 cocktails, we must find balance

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How an East Hollywood Coffee Shop Is Creating Space for the LGBTQ+ Community

by Gillian Ferguson @ Los Angeles Magazine

Cuties serves up a lot more than just coffee

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Chefs Nancy Silverton and Matt Molina Are Opening a Roman Pizza Spot in Highland Park

by Maddie Crichton @ Los Angeles Magazine

At Triple Beam, former Mozza colleagues pair up for casual pizza and panini

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Tomato Pie in the Hudson Valley

by 15norriseps @ Food Market Gypsy

Ruth Reichl’s emotion-filled cookbook My Kitchen Year: 136 Recipes That Saved My Life includes a recipe inspired by James Beard’s Tomato Pie.  She developed it and many others in the farm-to-table communities of The Berkshires and The Hudson Valley, havens for markets, farmstands and neighbors who drop by to share the riches of their gardens.  Continue Reading

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10 Celebration-Worthy NYE Dinners at L.A. Restaurants

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

Perhaps the only way for 2017 to leave a good taste in your mouth

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Take A Break From Christmas Cookies!

by Greg Gless @ Fulfilling Catering

It’s easy to treat yo’ self on National Cupcake Day with the variety of vendors available to you! On December 15th, we’ll help you celebrate by locating the freshest cupcakes in your area.  Get your sugar fix on! We’re celebrating the beloved dessert by sharing...

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Little Saigon Adventures

by @euno @ Little Saigon Adventures

@euno wrote:

Just wanted to thank you for your contributions. It must take a tremendous amount of discipline to eat through and document each of these shops. Couple questions — have you tried Thanh Mai’s banh xeo, and since you stated that banh xeo is one of your favorite dishes: What makes a good, proper banh xeo for you specifically?

Also, have you been able to find a truly great pho bac in Little Saigon? I’m feeling pretty stumped; lots of great pho nam.

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Japanese Homestyle Food at Aotoya (Blue Door) on Victoria Drive

by dennis @ Food – Dennis the Foodie

Aotoya (aka Blue Door) is a slightly dingy, Japanese homestyle hole-in-the-wall on Victoria Drive, located beside longtime institution Supreme Pizza (get a pepperoni, mushroom, and Italian sausage pizza and one of their crack-laden pastas). If you can deal with Aotoya’s sometimes slow service and slow kitchen, you’ll be rewarded with good-to-great Yōshoku-style food that’s got … Continue reading Japanese Homestyle Food at Aotoya (Blue Door) on Victoria Drive

Check Out Some of Our Favorite Pieces From the Massive L.A. Art Show

by Andrea Alonso @ Los Angeles Magazine

The annual fair returns to the Convention Center with over 90 galleries

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The Best New Cheap Eats in L.A.: 17 Great Dishes Under $15

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Our favorite affordable spots from 2017, serving everything from Filipino rice bowls to seafood tostadas

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Jon and Vinny’s Excellent Adventure

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Two best-friend chefs electrified L.A. with their cooking and built a food empire. Now what comes next?

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Stock Photo - Vendor in his booth, Los Angeles Art Show 2014, Los Angeles, California, United States of America

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L.A.’s Most Essential Dish This Year Was a $14 Bowl of Rice

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

How Kismet’s Jeweled Crispy Rice transforms a simple starch into something spectacular

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Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water Brings Grotesque Beauty to Life

by Steve Erickson @ Los Angeles Magazine

The Mexican director's latest film features several genres wrapped into one

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The Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your best bets for January 8 to 12, 2018

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Harvey Weinstein’s New Crisis PR Man Once Handled Rush Limbaugh, R. Kelly, and Accused Catholic Priests

by Los Angeles Magazine @ Los Angeles Magazine

Los Angeles magazine looked inside the world of Mike Sitrick in 2006

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Something Fishy in Finland

by 15norriseps @ Food Market Gypsy

Because it was selected as one of the top ten food markets ever by Food Lover’s Guide to the World from Lonely Planet, my expectations for the Helsinki fish market were running high and the rest of me was running late. Finland was my first pass at discovering Nordic cuisine and its current incarnations, but Continue Reading

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9021Pho

by Sarah Liss @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

The award for best name for a pho restaurant goes to this latest effort from Kimmy Tang, one of L.A.'s queens of Vietnamese cooking…

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Happy Labor Day Weekend from The Noel Team

by The Noel Team @ Summer – The Noel Team

Can you believe summer is coming to a close and it’s already Labor Day Weekend? We have put together a list of fun things to do this unofficial last weekend of summer all around the Los Angeles area! The Noel Team wants to wish you and your family a safe and fun Labor Day Weekend!... Read More »

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Everything We Know About the “Lego”-Themed Pop-Up Bar Coming to L.A.

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Because nothing says “childhood nostalgia” like cocktails

The post Everything We Know About the “Lego”-Themed Pop-Up Bar Coming to L.A. appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

A Car Flew Into the Second Floor of a Building in Santa Ana and the Video Is Insane

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

The car soared approximately 60 feet through the air

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They’re Gonna Need A Crowbar to Pry My Lips from Crowbar on Kingsway

by dennis @ Food – Dennis the Foodie

Fraserhood’s Crowbar opened up in late June 2016 and I had heard good things about their burger over the past year, along with other good things about their food in general — and also some he said/he said employee dispute-type stuff that’s the worst kind of thing to have play out over the media/social media, where … Continue reading They’re Gonna Need A Crowbar to Pry My Lips from Crowbar on Kingsway

5 L.A. Neon Artists You Need to Follow on Instagram

by Andrea Alonso @ Los Angeles Magazine

Fill your feed with electric color

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A Side Story You Might Be Interested in at Marutama Gaiden on Main St.

by dennis @ Dennis the Foodie

Even after four years, Marutama Ramen (moldy oldy review here) is still considered one of the top ramen places in the city. Definitely Top 5, if not Top 3. Their chicken paitan (cloudy chicken broth) ramen is still unique and well-executed. That slippery aosa seaweed (sea lettuce) has me all [insert sweaty feverish emoji here]. … Continue reading A Side Story You Might Be Interested in at Marutama Gaiden on Main St.

Best Lunch in Little Saigon: Brodard Restaurant | Best of OC 2016: Your Key to the City

Best Lunch in Little Saigon: Brodard Restaurant | Best of OC 2016: Your Key to the City


OC Weekly

We'd enjoyed Brodard Restaurant plenty of times, but it wasn't until a wealthy friend from Philly insisted on eating lunch there on three consecutive tr...

Here’s Where to Celebrate Christmas Eve the Italian-American Way in L.A.

by Natalie Compton @ Los Angeles Magazine

Local chefs reveal their favorite Feast of the Seven Fishes dishes

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L.A.’s Female Punk Pioneers Are Writing Themselves Into Rock History

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

A Frogtown party will raise funds for the Women of Rock Oral History Project

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This Artist Just Updated a Classic Dior Bag with Retro Venice Beach Vibes

by Linda Immediato @ Los Angeles Magazine

“It’s a handbag, you can’t take it too seriously.”

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Graduation Party Checklist: You got the tassel, now skip the hassle!

by fulfilling @ Fulfilling Catering

Parents: your grad is on the go. They don’t have time between finals and the final walk to worry about catering for their big send off! You want to look back on this time with fond memories, and not recall the stressful time you had...

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Colorado Springs Food Truck Robbed At Gunpoint

by Mobile Cuisine @ Mobile Cuisine | Food Truck, Pop Up & Street Food Coverage

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO - Robbers forced a food truck employee to hand over cash at gunpoint late Friday night. Police say one of the suspects aimed his gun at the victim and demanded cash while the other stood by and didn't say or do anything. Both ran from the scene after getting what they wanted. The [...]

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Gypsy Cuisine on the Road

by 15norriseps @ Food Market Gypsy

Mamaliga, a cornbread served with melted cheese and sour cream, is part of a nomadic gypsy culture through which we might see ourselves. Wood fires, communal cooking…not so far from the alfresco dining that you and I covet when we invite friends over for a BBQ.  Like polenta in Italy or southern cornbread in the Continue Reading

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Our Favorite L.A.-Inspired Gifts of 2017

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

All the locally-made gifts you’ll actually be excited to give

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Little Saigon Adventures

by @Ns1 @ Little Saigon Adventures

@Ns1 wrote:

Extra sauce like a boss.

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Geniuses Collide Again In Yeethoven II, an Epic Kanye West/Beethoven Orchestral Mash-Up

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

German composer meets Chicago rapper at the Belasco Theater

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Why Cabo Should Be Your First Travel Goal of 2018

by David Hochman @ Los Angeles Magazine

Quaint or rowdy, you’ll find it all on a weekend in Baja

The post Why Cabo Should Be Your First Travel Goal of 2018 appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

The 2018 Coachella Lineup is Here

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Queen Bey, The Weeknd, and so many more

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Take a Behind-the-Scenes Peek at the Golden Globes

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Here’s how a team of thousands creates one of Hollywood’s biggest nights

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Fishlips Sushi Food Truck

by Greg Gless @ Southeast Asian – Fulfilling Catering

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Little Saigon Adventures

by @JeetKuneBao @ Little Saigon Adventures

@JeetKuneBao wrote:

Speaking of Ngu Binh, it was a mom and pop, until they got divorce and mom opened up Ben Ngu lol!

Some Little Saigon restaurant drama!

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They’re Gonna Need A Crowbar to Pry My Lips from Crowbar on Kingsway

by dennis @ Dennis the Foodie

Fraserhood’s Crowbar opened up in late June 2016 and I had heard good things about their burger over the past year, along with other good things about their food in general — and also some he said/he said employee dispute-type stuff that’s the worst kind of thing to have play out over the media/social media, where … Continue reading They’re Gonna Need A Crowbar to Pry My Lips from Crowbar on Kingsway

Where to Find L.A.’s Most Instagram-Worthy Floors in Real Life

by Chloe Lew @ Los Angeles Magazine

Why should walls get all the glory?

The post Where to Find L.A.’s Most Instagram-Worthy Floors in Real Life appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Here Are the 11 Best Things to Do in L.A. in January

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your guide to the month's can’t-miss events

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S’mores in the USA

by 15norriseps @ Food Market Gypsy

In Jackie’s new book Our Great Big Backyard about childhood adventures in America’s national parks (writers Laura Bush & Jenna Bush Hager), s’mores figure as one of the great rewards of camping and getting into the wilderness.  No argument from me, or from one of the nation’s top chocolatiers, Michael Recchiuti of Recchiuti Confections in San Continue Reading

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How To Pose Your Food Truck For Photos

by Richard Myrick @ Mobile Cuisine | Food Truck, Pop Up & Street Food Coverage

Outside of the food itself, much of the attraction to the mobile food industry is the fun, colorful designs that food truck owners have wrapped their trucks in. Many food truck owners have numerous pictures taken of their truck by professionals and non-professionals alike. Some will even take the photos themselves to use for their [...]

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Is Instagram Hurting or Helping Art?

by Phoenix Tso @ Los Angeles Magazine

With more and more museums catering to the social media set, it's a question worth pondering

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The 5 Most Interesting Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

Like an epic Bowie/Prince dance party

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Seven Days | Vermont's Independent Voice

Seven Days | Vermont's Independent Voice


Seven Days

Independent Vermont alt-weekly covering news, politics, food, arts, music and culture.

Artists and Activists Are Taking Over a DTLA Warehouse for Nine Days of Social Justice

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

Into Action! comes to downtown in time for 45’s first anniversary

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Little Saigon Adventures

by @JeetKuneBao @ Little Saigon Adventures

@JeetKuneBao wrote:

There been a few times when the broth at Pho B was out of this world good. Pure. I just skipped the basil, and sprouts.

@euno, what are your favorite Pho places?

For me:
Pho Ga: Pho Ga Hai Van and Pho Dakao
Pho Hanoi: Pho B
Pho Saigon: Pho 79

I really want to try something else besides Pho 79

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Bollywood Bites Food Truck

by Greg Gless @ Southeast Asian – Fulfilling Catering

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Dot Saigon, Santa Monica

Dot Saigon, Santa Monica


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Dot Saigon - View the menu for Dot Saigon as well as maps, restaurant reviews for Dot Saigon and other restaurants in Santa Monica, CA and Santa Monica.

When Disney Was a Mid-Century Modern Icon

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

Remembering the Happiest Place of the Space Age

The post When Disney Was a Mid-Century Modern Icon appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Little Saigon Adventures

by @JeetKuneBao @ Little Saigon Adventures

@JeetKuneBao wrote:

Not well formed patties but the flavor is there.

Not sure which place by Garden Mall. I know across the street Pho Quang Trung does Bun Cha, actually had a Viet coworker recommend it

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Porto’s Bakery Makes L.A. History With the Largest-Ever Rosca de Reyes

by Andrea Alonso @ Los Angeles Magazine

24 feet of sweet bliss

The post Porto’s Bakery Makes L.A. History With the Largest-Ever Rosca de Reyes appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

18 Places to Immerse Yourself in Pantone’s 2018 Color of the Year

by Andrea Alonso @ Los Angeles Magazine

Live your life in Ultra Violet

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AFI FEST 2017 opens Nov. 9 with Mudbound. Here are my Top Picks!

by Tom @ EnClave.LA

by Tom Nguyen AFI FEST 2017 is one of the largest annual film festivals in Los Angeles and the only one of its stature that is free to the public. Continue Reading →

Best Vietnamese Restaurant: New Saigon | Best of Denver® 2011: Your Key to the City

Best Vietnamese Restaurant: New Saigon | Best of Denver® 2011: Your Key to the City


Westword

After more than two decades, New Saigon is still the indisputable champion of Vietnamese cuisine on the Front Range. And not only is it the best, but it...

New Friday night food truck event in Huntington Beach @OVHSFriday

by Kyle @ Find LA Food Trucks

The first OVHS Friday event is tonight (5-9pm) at Ocean View HS (map)!  Every Friday, 6-8 gourmet food trucks from StreetFoodAlliance.com gather to raise money for the kids.  Tonight’s line-up includes: @thelimetruck @SexyBurgerTruck @NWAtruck @wafflesdeliege @cagrilltruck

For the First Time Ever, an All-Latinx Variety Show Takes UCB’s Main Stage

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

Spanglish Aqui Presents is a first for the storied improv theater

The post For the First Time Ever, an All-Latinx Variety Show Takes UCB’s Main Stage appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Nick Jonas Believes in Aliens, Michelle Obama, and the Power of Fried Chicken

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

He'll have you saying Oh Em Juman-gee

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Fancy Tacos & Craft Beer in Port Moody: Taps & Tacos

by dennis @ Dennis the Foodie

After a long build-up, Taps & Tacos is finally open near “Brewer’s Row” in Port Moody. I tried it about a month and a half after they opened, so things should’ve settled in nicely by this point. If you’ve ever driven to Brewer’s Row (home of Moody Ales, Parkside, Yellow Dog, and Twin Sails), you … Continue reading Fancy Tacos & Craft Beer in Port Moody: Taps & Tacos

Servite losing key football players in addition to coach Scott Meyer

Servite losing key football players in addition to coach Scott Meyer

by Dan Albano @ Orange County Register

Before Servite announced the resignation of football coach Scott Meyer on Friday, transfer news and rumors surrounded the Trinity League program. The school’s next coach won’t have at least three top returning players in 2018. Junior linebacker Spencer Lytle (6-3, 215), junior athlete Trent McDuffie (5-11, 182) and junior defensive back Titus Toler (6-0, 180) have transferred to league […]

Tips For Choosing Food Truck Antifreeze / Engine Coolant

by Richard Myrick @ Mobile Cuisine | Food Truck, Pop Up & Street Food Coverage

Antifreeze and engine coolant are very important in all vehicles. Food trucks, however, have special demands for antifreeze and engine coolant, since they’re often hauling larger loads. This makes it important to know about food truck antifreeze or engine coolant for your truck and to be able to pick one that will work well. This will [...]

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5 Patty Melts That Are Totally Worth the Indulgence

by Lesley Balla @ Los Angeles Magazine

If loving L.A.'s original diner delight is wrong, we don't want to be right

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The Five Best Things Going Down in L.A. This Weekend

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

From a free vinyl smorgasbord to a Hello Kitty pop up

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Inside the LAPD Program That Helps Cops Conquer Addiction

by Elaine Kagan @ Los Angeles Magazine

“Cops are resilient but susceptible”

The post Inside the LAPD Program That Helps Cops Conquer Addiction appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

On the Food Truck Road to Deliciousness

On the Food Truck Road to Deliciousness


Locale Magazine

Step right up and try these delicious new food trucks in Los Angeles. On the Food Truck Road to Deliciousness

The Spice Table

by @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

The tamarind-rubbed pork belly bánh mì Bryant Ng offers at lunch is modeled on the slaw-laden No. 19 pastrami sandwich at Langer's...

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Food Trucks serve at E3

by Kyle @ Find LA Food Trucks

Keep an eye out for food trucks serving outside of E3.  They are serving in the vicinity of 12th and Figueroa and around the corner from the Hooters on W Pico Blvd.

Taking a Look at the Landmarks Los Angeles Lost in 2017

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

Our mini memoriam for some places that disappeared this year

The post Taking a Look at the Landmarks Los Angeles Lost in 2017 appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Little Saigon Adventures

by @secretasianman barry chin @ Little Saigon Adventures

@secretasianman wrote:

what.

ever.

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Poke 2 Go Food Truck

by Greg Gless @ Southeast Asian – Fulfilling Catering

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New Food Trucks You May Have Missed – July 13, 2012

New Food Trucks You May Have Missed – July 13, 2012


Mobile Cuisine | Food Truck, Pop Up & Street Food Coverage

This week’s new entries are from Austin, Chicago, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Miami, Ottawa, San Jose and West Palm Beach.

Pho Café

by Samantha J. Grasso @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

To find Silver Lake's signless Vietnamese phenomenon, just look for the hipster herd waiting 30 minutes or more…

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Takoyaki Tanota Food Truck

by fulfilling @ Southeast Asian – Fulfilling Catering

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So you love Chicano Batman. Here’s 6 more amazing LA indie bands to watch.

by Tom @ EnClave.LA

by Tom Nguyen LA’s underground Latin indie and rock scene is the most vibrant and explosive I’ve seen in years. Sure, Chicano Batman put the scene on the map and Continue Reading →

A Historic Hotel Is the Centerpiece of a Major Makeover in Century City

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

From new park space to a restored vintage hotel, things are looking up

The post A Historic Hotel Is the Centerpiece of a Major Makeover in Century City appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

DTLA Breweries Are Pouring Limited-Edition Beers This Weekend for a Good Cause

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

From barrel-aged barley wines to lactose-infused IPAs

The post DTLA Breweries Are Pouring Limited-Edition Beers This Weekend for a Good Cause appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Bestia Chef Ori Menashe Is Opening a New Spot and We Cannot Wait

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

He's looking past Italy for the culinary inspiration

The post Bestia Chef Ori Menashe Is Opening a New Spot and We Cannot Wait appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Sarah Paulson Steps Into Another Surprising Role

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

Her new film, The Post, is out now

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A Few of Our Favorite Longreads for Your Holiday-Reading Pleasure

by Phoebe Reilly @ Los Angeles Magazine

A gift from us to you

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This Is Why Grammy Nominations Always Seem So Weird

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Breaking down music’s biggest—and strangest—prize

The post This Is Why Grammy Nominations Always Seem So Weird appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

After They Die, These People’s Bodies Will Become Part of a Museum Exhibit

by Jennifer Swann @ Los Angeles Magazine

Meet the Angelenos donating their corpses to be posed and plastinated for Body Worlds

The post After They Die, These People’s Bodies Will Become Part of a Museum Exhibit appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Get Toasty With a Tour of Local Breweries

by Los Angeles Magazine @ Los Angeles Magazine

Let the experts guide you through the best of the craft-beer scene

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Unicorn Dim Sum Is a Thing Now, Because of Course It Is

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

What you know bao dat?

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The Best Things to Do In L.A. This Week

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your best bets for January 2 to 5, 2018

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In One of L.A.’s Most Outrageous Murder Cases, a Rattlesnake Was the Weapon

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

In 1935, Robert S. James became L.A.’s worst husband

The post In One of L.A.’s Most Outrageous Murder Cases, a Rattlesnake Was the Weapon appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

You Need to Try Twohey’s Legendary Ice Cream Sundae While You Can

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

The beloved diner is set to close after 75 years

The post You Need to Try Twohey’s Legendary Ice Cream Sundae While You Can appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Mt. SAC Food Truck Festival (7/21, noon-6pm)

by Kyle @ Find LA Food Trucks

Cliff Young, with the PBS television show Out To Eat, invites you to his Mt. SAC Food Truck Festival being held this Saturday (7/21) from noon-6pm (map). General admission tickets are $10.  Over 30 food trucks will be serving!

Rock the Bells: Bells & Whistles on Fraser (Bonus: Zwanze Day 2017)

by dennis @ Food – Dennis the Foodie

The folks behind Wildebeest, Bufala, and Lucky Taco have added another thoughtful expansion to their mini-empire in the form of the anti-sports bar sports bar Bells & Whistles located on Fraser just south of Kingsway. The food is typical sports bar/pub grub/comfort food like burgers, wings, nachos, onion rings, etc, but done with atypical care … Continue reading Rock the Bells: Bells & Whistles on Fraser (Bonus: Zwanze Day 2017)

Why Is One SoCal Community Living Longer Than the Rest of Us?

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

There’s a Secret Longevity “Blue Zone” in San Bernardino County

The post Why Is One SoCal Community Living Longer Than the Rest of Us? appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

The Reuben Truck seeks Kickstarter support

by Kyle @ Find LA Food Trucks

Jeff, from the Reuben Truck needs your help!  This summer, he will be launching The Reuben Truck, a new gourmet food truck in LA.  It will feature his own custom recipes for slow cooked corned beef and pastrami.  The concept is a traditional Jewish Deli hitting the streets of LA daily and servicing fans city […]

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