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.
For a taste of Spain via L.A., chef Sergio Perera, who worked at San Sebastian's Arzak in Spain, as well as at Jean-Georges and Ludobites, pops-up at Echo Park's Cortez starting tonight and tomorrow.
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.
The classic diner-Formica surfaces, greasy-good fare, sassy waitresses, and all-has long held a special place in the restaurant culture of Los Angeles. In a city this laidback, no matter what food trends come and go, casual diner standards like burgers and shakes have enduring appeal.
Whether you owe the Tax Man a bundle or are expecting a big fat refund, we can treat today, Tax Day, as just another reason to eat and drink on the cheap. Whether it's a discount off of your entire dinner bill or just a $5 cocktail, here are some tasty ways to enjoy April 15.
Mac 'n five kinds of cheese; deviled eggs and bacon; BLT flatbread -- decadent, right? And don't get me started on the butter, made with a coffee-and-bacon reduction. It would be wasted on ordinary bread, but on Chef Jonathan Moulton's biscuits, it's a match made in food heaven.
It's sunny out, which means one thing: sno-balls at the Deli at Little Dom's. Starting today, the Los Feliz deli will have the finely shaved ice treat in raspberry, blueberry, coconut cream and almond cream, with housemade syrups and fresh fruit for toppings.
Sure, it's Grilled Cheese Month, but apparently it's also Pretzel Month, which is a big deal at Tom Bergin's. Throughout the entire month get one of the famous soft pretzels paired with three seven-ounce beers for $9.
The weekend is almost upon us, which means we can close our computers for a bit and enjoy the world beyond the office for once. Planning to do exactly that, we have plotted a busy weekend full of varied diversions accordingly.
What factors make one restaurant better than another? Can you compare a roadside burger joint with an urban fine-dining restaurant?
We're obviously excited it's almost the weekend, but we're also wondering if we should be feeling some type of existential angst about the fact that life seems to be passing us by so quickly... Nah.
The beloved chewy yet tender staple of the New York City breakfast has set a standard that cities across the country strive to match.
Congratulations. You made it through a long day of whiskey (maybe sometimes even colored green) yesterday, and now you're probably at work. The only thing that will make what is probably one of the longest days of your life easier -- hair of the dog.
An extraordinarily talented young chef, Mette Williams, entered a TV competition on a whim... and won it after many trials. The prize... a job as executive chef at the upscale famous Culina Modern Italian.
It's Beerfest tonight at Short Order with local brews by the glass or flight from Enegren and El Segundo, plus a special tasting menu to go along with them courtesy SO chef Christian Page.
As a native New Englander who lives in Los Angeles, I was excited to dine on a recent evening with a female friend. Every single item was outstandingly fresh, delicious and a menu I want to revisit again.