We've all heard of Chicago-style, New York-style and perhaps even New Haven-style pizza, but Colorado has its own regional pizza as well? Who knew!
Summer means longer days, which means longer hours at Farmshop at the Brentwood Country Mart and more time for fried chicken.
Now we have so many "authentic" pies to choose from in L.A., it's difficult to choose the best. Here are 12 top chewy, crispy and blistered wood-fired pizzas around town.
For the Fullerton folks looking for a new breakfast joint, Joseph Mahon (Burger Parlor, Bastide) opens Early Bird today.
Suzanne Tracht's Lobster Mondays continue with the special three-course menus for $55 at Jar. Tonight it's lobster salad, lobster hot pot and ice box cake. The special watermelon margarita will go nicely, too.
Most people generally don't venture this high up on Noe Valley's 24th Street unless they're heading to the park with their dog, but Brad Levy's neighborhood fixture Firefly has consistently been packing in the locals for almost 19 years.
Sure, we love our gourmet, high-quality pizza, but sometimes the kid in us cries out for cheap, lowbrow pizza straight from the freezer.
Catch The Goonies on the rooftop at the Thompson Beverly Hills on Tuesday. Grab a cabana or settle in poolside for the flick -- you get free popcorn, or you can order off of the special movie-night menu from Caulfield's.
While it's impossible to hit every little enclave around LA in one roundup, we've asked a few food folk where they like to eat in their area, and highlighted some of our own favorites.