Posts Tagged ‘Pasta’

January 7, 2010 1

Fork (Philadelphia)

By in 11: Philadelphia

I was at Philly for a week during Dec. With little time to research and lack of local connection, I had to find something to eat after I landed in a cold, rainy night near my hotel at the Old City area. > I came to Fork Restaurant, a dimly lit American bistro with a […]

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December 18, 2009 4

Drago Centro (Downtown)

By in 06: Downtown LA, Favorite Food Entries

Drago Centro is the spinoff of Santa Monica’s Italian restaurant Drago at Downtown. Their menu is standard Italian three course meal. Since the three of us weren’t that hungry, we ordered only from the antipasti and first course (pasta). The bar area has a pretty big dining area as well (with access to the same […]

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September 28, 2009 1

Osteria La Buca (Melrose)

By in 07: Mid-Wilshire

An old entry we forgot to put up. I haven’t been to Osteria La buca for a long long time since 3 years ago. The place has changed a lot since. It was renovated from a small hole-in-the-wall to a nicer upscale space. The interior is a lot larger and we got a table up […]

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October 30, 2008 2

Chez Panisse Cafe (Berkeley: Gourmet Ghetto)

By in 04: SF+Bay Area, Favorite Food Entries

On the way back to LA from our short getaway to Napa, we stopped by Berkeley to check out Alice Water‘s famous restaurant/cafe Chez Panisse for lunch. As some of you might know, Alice Waters is one of the most influential American chefs in the US in the 70s and Chez Panisse has the reputation […]

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August 11, 2008 7

Trattoria Tre Venezie (Green St.)

By in 02: Pasadena

We went to the one Michelin star Northern Italian restaurant Trattoria Tre Venezie for our father’s birthday. It’s located in a cozy small house on Green Street in Old town Pasadena just a block from the insanely crowded and gaudy Buca di beppo. The interior was intimate and looked like someone’s house. Though the opinions […]

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