Restaurant Reviews & News Articles
Marina del Rey ~ Executive Chef Troy Thompson of Ritz Carlton Marina del Rey was host to "Chefs of the West Live" on Monday, October 11th. The Centennial benefit for the James Beard Foundation
The two-year-old Wokcano is a hot late-night spot with delectable sushi and a menu as eclectic as their music.
Timid tasters beware: boba (a.k.a. bubble tea) really is like nothing you've ever experienced. With its colorful, spunky flavors and delightfully chewy tapioca balls, bubble tea transcends the mere title of "drink."
It's always a treat to find a great wine. But a great wine at a great price is even better!
Summer's finally in full force and it's time to go party with your friends. We've rounded up the best patios, views and outdoor fun in LA Splash's guide to the Best Summer Bars of 2004!
A series of Friday night wine tastings by Learn About Wine offers attendees the chance to break from the break-neck pace of LA life long enough to enjoy a quiet, relaxing, yet elegant time learning about and savoring some of the region's best wines.
If you are looking for a very nice and quaint place to have a Sunday brunch with a variety food and an extraordinary level of service the Luxe Hotel on Sunset Blvd.is a place you should think about visiting.
Grady's lives up to its reputation as the best little bar in Burbank.
In a fusion of Korean charcoal barbeque and Japanese-style meat grilling, Gyu-Kaku (meaning "horn of the bull" in Japanese) has taken Los Angeles by the horns.
Jan's coffee shop located on Beverly blvd, between Orlando and Croft. Jan's is far superior to the average coffee shop.
The 1st annual desert festival of wine, food & the arts takes place April 2-4 at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden
Firefly is nestled in that little town in the middle of LA called South Pasadena, just 10 miles from Hollywood. It serves eclectic California fare with hints of Morocco, the European part of the Mediterranean and a strong love of the eclectic.
With various locations around Los Angeles, you are sure to find a Marmalade Café near you. You won't forget the generous menu, excellent food and cozy atmosphere.
For a taste of France, the feel of Europe and just plain great food, take a sidewalk table at La Belle Epoque in Los Feliz.
Only in Los Angeles could you eat Thai food and listen to a fabulous Elvis impersonator! Read on to find out more about one of LA's best restaurants!
All classics make a comeback...and we're not just talking about entertainment...
For fresh organic food that is hearty and full of flavor, like it's been long-simmered in Tuscany, have a seat on the sidewalk at Puran's Hillhurst in Los Feliz.
From their bratwurst dogs to their overflowing chili-dog delights, your late night rumblings are sure to be satisfied. But the lines around the corner prove you weren't the only one craving these famous franks.
Silverlake's delicious answer to the plight of where to find late-night eats. The menu is filled with healthy items like mom would make, only -- depending on your mom -- perhaps a bit better.
An LA institution, known to stimulate involuntary salivation upon mention of its famous name. This legendary spot is part of a small chain owned by a local Armenian family who really know their stuff.