Archive for the ‘Food: Los Angeles’ Category

January 27, 2013 Off

Wolvesmouth (Underground dining)

By in Favorite Food Entries, Food: Los Angeles

Foodies in LA are familiar with Craig Thorton and his amazing underground dining club Wolvesmouth. It was written up in magazines including the New Yorker . To join you have to sign up their mailing list for upcoming dinners notifications, usually about twice a month. You sent in request for the desire dates and they […]

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December 1, 2012 Off

O Banh Mi (Silverlake)

By in 05: Silver Lake + Echo Park, Favorite Food Entries

A hard to spot Vietnamese Sandwich shop is tucked behind trees on the hilly Hyperion with no visible sign. They open at Noon – 3pm everyday. The Deli (Cold Cut) Sandwich is unconventional: instead of the usual pickled carrot and daikon radish garnishes, it’s pan fried dried orange daylily and carrot in a limey fish […]

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November 30, 2012 Off

C+M (Miracle Mile)

By in 07: Mid-Wilshire

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 1

Handsome Coffee Roasters (Downtown LA)

By in 06: Downtown LA, Favorite Food Entries

Speaking of good coffee shop in Los Angeles, one of my favorites is Handsome Coffee Roasters. Locates in the midst of warehouses at downtown LA, Handsome coffee is started by three guys who branched out from Intelligensia Coffee. I like how simple their menu is, just few items of simple coffee that’re from well roasted […]

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November 20, 2012 Off

Graffiti Sublime Cafe (Mid-City)

By in 07: Mid-Wilshire

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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