It took me much longer than it may have taken most of you to become a sushi fan. Learning to appreciate the textures, combinations of flavors and the delicate subtleties and nuisances took a while, especially when all you order is California Roll.Read More
If you’re a fan of food trucks—and I am—you probably already know about Kogi BBQ truck. If not, here is your opportunity to track down a roaming L.A landmark, which proudly serves up a mouth-watering blend of Korean and Mexican cuisine, all at incredibly reasonable prices.Read More
This from the Chez Jay Website: “One day in 1959, Jay Fiondella, then an aspiring actor and bartender at Sinbad’s on the Santa Monica pier was having breakfast at the Dawn Café after a particularly wild night. The cafe owner offered to sell it to Jay for $1, and Chez Jay was born. The rest is history!”
And what a history it’s been.Read More
There is nothing more quintessentially American than your classic hamburger, even though it’s widely accepted that hamburgers originated in Germany. But, that’s beside the point.
From a $3.40 double-double at In-Out to the $100.00 MNO (Money is No Object) seasonal burger at Unami Burger, we are a country who loves our hamburgers. We eat nearly 50 billion of them a year, which translates to three burgers a week for every single person in the United States. That’s a lot of cows.Read More