The USC vs. Cal football game gives an opportunity check out a new city.
Takeout is the best option at Localita & The Badasserie, Downtown’s tiny vegan joint.
In an attempt to provide more dining choices, Traditions extends its hours and offers students a new lunch menu.
If it’s true that the Danes live to eat, the Norwegians eat to live and the Swedes eat to drink, then it must also be said that Americans eat to experience other cultures. And it is with fervor that the restaurant industry has attached itself to the cultures of Scandinavia. It’s not unprecedented. The food […]
Documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi features the work of likely the world’s greatest sushi chef.
New restaurant Blue Cow Kitchen and Bar gives culinary classics a modern twist, allowing them to shine in their delicious simplicity.
If you think about spending a day in Chinatown, perhaps not much more comes to mind than bargain shopping and Chinese food grubbing. But a closer exploration of Chinatown will reveal the unique places that make it much more complex and interesting. Conveniently close to campus, the area is replete with idiosyncrasies and an overall […]
Tar & Roses excels in its appetizers but falls flat with its larger items. Yet, the eatery is still worth the trip.
Moon Juice, a juice bar garnering a lot of buzz, intrigues with its health-oriented premise but falters with its expensive pricing.
Traditionally a showcase for pork and beef, charcuterie is a delicious assortment of smoked and cured meats and pâtés, often served with bread, cheese and a pickled veggie or two. But charcuterie is now having a seafood moment. A survey of popular chefs in the Boston Globe determined that seafood charcuterie is the number one […]