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.
Joe Moreno grew up in a family of bakers. Today, he owns Celaya, a South Vermont staple known for its pan dulce and custom cakes.
From burgers to salads, enjoy these quick meal options without breaking the bank.
USC students who have been eagerly anticipating the addition of a ramen shop to USC Village might find themselves disappointed by Ramen KenJo’s fast-food style noodles priced at restaurant rates.
From patty melts to classic burgers, these downtown haunts are worth the visit.