Entertainment abounds in Southern California; whereas agriculture is scarce, so we crave the pastoral idea of it. With the Boysenberry Festival, the relationship between agriculture and amusement has come full circle at Knott's.
There are arguments that a reviewer should give a restaurant a few weeks or more before doing a review. I believe that if a restaurant opens its doors and does business at full price to the public, then it is fair game for a professional reviewer.
It's time to reveal a fresh new class of young culinarians -- the chefs, mixologists, sommeliers and food artisans that make up our 30 Under 30 list. This group of 20-something Angelenos is creating a food and drink scene in L.A. that's bursting with flavor and verve.
Monsieur Marcel is a wonderful addition to the Beverly Hills culinary scene, and I predict that people will be coming from all over the city to enjoy this authentic French dining and shopping experience. Paris in Beverly Hills is not a bad idea!
While looking for things to do in L.A., the one thing you can never forget is the incredible array of food options. There are more restaurants than you will know what to do with in L.A., as the city features every ethnicity and price-range and taste imaginable.
Summer is a great time to splurge on big meals, sweet treats and tempting tipples, whether you're beachside or downtown. Peruse our picks for the trends you'll find this summer among the new eateries of Los Angeles.
Chow down at KTownChowTown, a gourmet food truck event that goes down every Wednesday from 6-9 p.m. in Korea Town. The Grilled Cheese Truck and Lee's Philly are among some of the trucks you'll find here, depending on the week.
For me, the story that music tells is not that different from the story that food tells. In the kitchen, just as with a composition, there's a build up as you near the completion of a dish, a crescendo of everything coming together