Archive for the ‘07: Mid-Wilshire’ Category

July 17, 2013 0

All’ Angolo (Koreatown)

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We’ve been blogging about food in LA for years and though we slowed down recently, there’s still endless eateries to discover in the vast landscape of Los Angeles. We found this small Italian joint in Koreatown by chance inside a mini mall. The menu is also simple and traditional, everything is made fresh. Instead of […]

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July 12, 2013 0

Cooks County (Miracle Mile)

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Cooks County is a cute neighborhood farm-to-table restaurant in the Miracle Mile area. Their menu is seasonal and changes all the time. We walked in for brunch without a reservation and was soon seated. The tables were a little too close to each other as they pack in a lot into a tight space. It’s […]

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November 30, 2012 0

C+M (Miracle Mile)

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A new coffee shop has opened inside the LA Country Museum called C+M (Coffee + Milk). Since I work nearby there these days, I’ve been coming here for lunch a lot after their debut. They baked their pastry every morning, and the menu changes daily. The interior is brightly lit as it’s walled by floor […]

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November 20, 2012 0

Graffiti Sublime Cafe (Mid-City)

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I’m not sure what I think of Graffiti Cafe, it doesn’t feel like a  cafe to me, it’s more like a lounge or club from the 80s Los Angeles, or a dated “trendy” place you would find in parts of Europe or Asia. It’s also overly spacious, especially for the amount of people there, the […]

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November 20, 2012 0

Soban (koreatown)

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Since there’s no English signage out front, it’s easy to drive pass Soban, a great little joint in Koreatown features Korean home cooking dishes. When we arrived according to the address, we weren’t sure if it’s the right place until we stepped in. The interior is small, bright and modern. Soban is known for serving […]

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