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Introducing Agaves Kitchen and Tequila, in Long Beach, serving delicious Mexican cuisine.
Gaucho Grill in Brentwood and Long Beach is here to spice up your life, and palate.
Tired of the same old Thanksgiving offerings? Try a could different options around the greater L.A. area
Cafe Sevilla Long Beach brings the culture and cuisine of Southern Spain stateside.
Café La Boheme seduces its guests with its movie set-quality ambience, show-stopping cuisine, and headline-worthy happy hour specials.
Read to find out how to make this Father's Day the most memorable one to date!
Yamashiro is Los Angeles’ “Mountain Palace,” treating us all to a satisfying taste of history through its iconic architecture, cuisine, and views. In addition to serving up consistently impressive Cal-Asian fare and picture perfect sights, Yamashiro has a few specials and events on the proverbial menu to share.
Looking to take your mom out for a nice brunch or dinner? Look no further, as Los Angeles offers a variety of restaurants with both options. From Opera performances at La Traviata to the little Latin Spunk at Cafe Sevilla restaurants around L.A. are celebrating Mother's Day. Come join them for champagne brunch or a relaxing sit down dinner and celebrate with your mom.
The weather is finally beginning to reflect what the calendar has been saying for weeks now: spring is here! LA chefs and restaurants are rejoicing in the latest variety of ingredients to pick from and with us all—dine out on Easter Sunday to taste spring on a plate. These Los Angeles restaurants will be showcasing special holiday menus to observe Easter and all the culinary goodness that goes with it.
The life of a college student is dominated by studying, procrastinating, and most importantly, eating! The search for affordable food that will not skimp on flavor is over. Say goodbye to mediocre food and enter the world of quality dining at bargain prices. Put down your textbooks and use this guide to navigate your hunger pains to a fulfilling meal that will invigorate those much needed brain cells.
Distancing you from the sushi bars and Benihanas, this article is geared towards showing you the true traditional fare that is “Japanese dining.” Incorporating everything from miso paste to a wild array of sea creatures, it is time to put down the chopsticks and learn about real Japanese cusine -- a culture rich in culinary traditions.
Nothing is better than upscale culinary experiences than when they are set to breathtaking views of the city. These fine establishments around Los Angeles offer fine dining, creative cocktails, and exciting atmospheres where you can enjoy bright beautiful sunsets, soothing sounds of crashing waves, and the twinkling lights of this miraculous city!
When it is late at night and you have forgotten to eat dinner, what do you do? Luckily, there are many options in Los Angeles to curb your late night hunger. Whether you are craving salty and sweet Asian food, juicy greasy burgers, or a big pile of pancakes, you will be sure to find something to suit you! So feel free to skip dinner at your usual time, because dinner will be waiting for you at any of these fine restaurants at any time of night!
Those who love American food and heavy metal will find the perfect stop at Grill ‘em All in Los Angeles. This small, but effective food bus offers some of the finest burgers, many attributed to currently existing metal band. Whether you go for the food or the music, it’s all there.
Let Them Eat Meat! Meat lovers unite in Los Angeles with juicy options for the best Brazilian BBQ, burgers, bacon, and more. Whether it's a big steak that you crave, a pulled pork sandwich dripping with BBQ sauce, or a decadent piece of foie gras, you will be sure to find it here in Los Angeles. Carnivores rejoice!
A new review has been published of Dukes West Hollywood.
Over its two hundred year history, Los Angeles has risen out of the dry dust of the desert to become one of the largest metropolises in the world. The city’s initial success can be attributed to the discovery of oil and the development of railroad industries. However, L.A really started to boom when D.W. Griffith relocated his film company there to avoid patent fees in New York imposed by Thomas Edison.