This year the list culls far and wide from our fair city and county. Encino! Atwater Village! Sierra Madre! Miracle Mile! It also spans the gamut when it comes to cuisine. Breakfast! Lunch! Dinner! Snacks! Cookies! Appies!
From the first brick-and-mortar venture by pop-up king Ludo Lefebvre to a meat speakeasy by superstar chef Nancy Silverton, these 10 restaurants have fanatical followings
By Andrea Alonso, Party Earth writer. Although Los Angeles is criticized for its lack of an urban center, Downtown is a booming oasis where cultures ...
Good morning! And yes, we say that with an exclamation mark because we know that when today is done, there's a 3-day weekend waiting for us on the other side.
by Bun Boy Eats LA, LA City Guide for the Menuism Blog photos by Bun Boy Eats LA With a few exceptions, I've been to every major burger establishm...
Make a sunny Sunday even more wonderful on May 12 by taking mom and the family out to a magnificent Mother's Day brunch. Whether you choose a restaurant at the beach or in Beverly Hills, make sure mom, not the food, is the center of attention.
With summer rapidly approaching, it's time to explore your ice cream options in the beach-adjacent parts of town. Assembled here, in no particular order, are five of my favorite purveyors of top-quality, small-batch ice cream.
To counteract how spoiled we've become with four-day workweeks, we've decided that the only way to get through this weekend is to really super-load it. Buckle up and get ready for fun. Keep reading to find out what it means to indulge in a Cock Fight this weekend...
The closest I get to enjoying magic comes in the form of watching Will Arnett's character on Arrested Development perform his atrocious "illusions." But Nothing To Hide has turned my personal relationship with magic from nonexistent to we're-in-love giddiness.
2012 has been a wild ride on the streets of Los Angeles. Melrose and Fairfax is proud to present 20 of our favorite shots for the Best of Los Angeles Street Art 2012.
We're squeezing out one more weekend of fun before family obligations hit hard next week. Sure, that means our fair share of Christmas events, but we're also dipping into a couple of once-in-a-millenium parties to usher in the so-called End of the World.
If you aren't knee-deep in goodwill towards man, you are, like most of the Internet, probably knee-deep in goodwill towards Ikea Monkey instead. This little guy and his subsequent web frenzy were basically what got us through this week.
Tis the season... of Best Of lists. Never to shy away from the holiday spirit, I am very pleased to present Unemployed Eater's very own enumeration.
Traversing this month's landscape of holiday cheer is a full-time job. Not to mention your actual job, your social life, and the fact that you can't pay for any of it. Never fear, we weeded through this weekend's onslaught to give you the best of the best.
Caine Monroy, at the age of 9, created an entire arcade using cardboard and creativity in his father's auto parts shop. When I arrived at Caine's Arcade, I asked for a Fun Pass.
There are sample sales to pillage, books to be signed, and a gaping hole in our highbrow culture world that needs filling. This weekend, we're living it up... with nary a puppet nor biopic in sight.