Posts tagged "Restaurants"
L.A. Dining: La Mill

L.A. Dining: La Mill

A new project has held the majority of my attention for the past couple of weeks, so all will remain kinda quiet on the blogging front. La Mill in Silverlake is not new to me, nor to anyone east of La Brea, but it has been my brunch spot of choice lately. My friend /...
dineLA Restaurant Week: Downtown Picks

dineLA Restaurant Week: Downtown Picks

In addition to their yearly spring event, a fall edition of dineLA will be taking place next month. Here are my recs for DTLA’s participating restaurants: Chaya: Went here for our anniversary in April – their sushi is amazing. It’s not a new establishment in the Los Angeles area (other locations include Beverly Hills and...
Downtown Dining: Wurstkuche

Downtown Dining: Wurstkuche

I don’t even eat red meat, but “purveyor of exotic grilled sausages”¬†Wurstkuche is one of my favorite places to eat at. Hot dogs are one of the things I miss being semi-veggie, and Wurstkuche serves up delicious vegetarian versions. These are some of their tamer flavors, but they have rabbit, alligator, and rattlesnake as some...
Downtown Dining: Corkbar

Downtown Dining: Corkbar

Neighborhood casual, creative dishes – just some of the terms that Garry Muir, one of Corkbar‘s four owners, used to describe the South Park wine bar as we were eating dinner there last Wednesday. And rightly so, as they won Best Wine Bar in the annual Best Of Downtown. At the very least, they are...
Downtown Dining: Casa Downtown

Downtown Dining: Casa Downtown

I am behind on entries here, you guys. Work has been crazy. Here are pictures from our last dinner at Casa, currently my favorite Mexican restaurant in downtown. I would describe their food as refined homestyle, and their outdoor patio surrounded by skyscrapers makes for some fun times in the summer. Just order some of...
And so we eat

And so we eat

Others chose to run 26 miles through the streets of Los Angeles this Memorial Day weekend. I, on the other hand, took a leisurely stroll down Gluttony Lane. Fried chicken and biscuits at Mrs. Knott’s in Buena Park (wearing the top I got at the Mike & Chris sale and inadvertently matching BF as usual)...
The best things in life are free

The best things in life are free

Dinner at Bottega Louie for 9: $21/person Treats to take home: $0/person* Overall, a very recession-friendly dinner to be had. * God forbid a girl in LA should eat a whole loaf of bread by their lonesome – yes, I said “loaf”, there were that many – so we passed on most of our goodies...