L.A. native Johnny Richard attended his first farmers market early this month.
Under the vibrant orange hue of fluorescent lights, thousands have gathered, arms outstretched toward a new temple offering a singular form of solace: chicken. For years, it has been neglected, cast in the shadow under other chicken-serving giants. But now, it had emerged, blinking in the morning sun … a chance — at long last […]
In the midst of a dinner rush at Grand Central Market, secluded from the main arteries of the food hall gushing with people, I’m sitting perched on a barstool, staring at a wall of bagged tostadas. In front of me is a plate piled high with fresh shrimp ceviche, speckled with crisp cucumber and cilantro. […]
The restaurant-bar held its grand opening this weekend, featuring a live music lineup.
While there is an abundance of great toast in Los Angeles, four have carved their way into the fabric of the city, each becoming icons in their own way: the avocado toast from Dinette, the crunchy french toast from Blu Jam Cafe, the chicken liver toast from Animal and, of course, the ricotta toast from Sqirl.
Every day, Sacha Granger hits the L.A. streets to serve her sweet concoctions.
College junior Alexis Uriel Navarrete inherited the Salvadoran eatery when his father retired. With a business education and youthful zest, he aims to modernize the restaurant.
From history to beauty products and endless cups of coffee, the L.A. Coffee Festival attracted espresso enthusiasts and vendors alike from all over the world.
Wilson Salguero migrated from El Salvador to Los Angeles. His restaurant Caveman Kitchen brings an amalgam of Latin American cuisine and culture to Vermont Avenue.
Rock & Reilly’s, USC Village’s new gastropub, is a sight for sore wallets in the complex’s lineup of pricy dining options.