Despite the quality of Drago Ristorante’s food, the restaurant wasn’t necessarily special — not for the price tags of the menu offerings nor the slow, unsatisfying service.
Silverlake Ramen offers inexpensive Japanese cuisine to tourists and regulars wandering throughout the city.
Hidden away in the heart of Little Tokyo, Los Angeles’ newest cafe comes with a tea twist. The bright atmosphere, friendly staff and open seating makes Midori Matcha both a fun place to visit for exploring tourists and a comfortable place to study in for hard-working students who need a little escape from campus. Midori […]
Taste Talks aims to showcase the best variety of food the city has to offer.
Guests will not know the secret location until just before the dinner starts.
The Vegetarian and Vegan Club used the screening event to promote healthier lifestyles.
Right on Vermont Avenue, near the hustle and bustle of USC traffic, Bird’s Nest Cafe is the neighborhood’s newest underrated gem. One would expect the cafe to be flooded with USC students and visitors, but it is surprisingly empty during lunchtime. The layout of the cafe is clean, and quaint with modern, bird-related décor tying […]
Situated on East 3rd Street in the Arts District is Salt & Straw, an ice cream shop ready to take downtown Los Angeles by storm.
Situated on the corner of Sunset Boulevard and under the trendy Elysian lofts of Echo Park, Winsome is an all-day restaurant redefining American cuisine with a Californian twist.
Located on the busy Beverly Boulevard, Korean restaurant Sulga Jinju Gom Tang, also known as the “House of Beef Soup,” has opened for a two month run and is going pretty well so far. It is actually the new location of the original Jinju Gomtang restaurant, which first started its business on the intersection of […]