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Running the Streets: The Broad and the National History Museum

By | February 18, 2016

The Broad Museum opened last September and seemingly compelled a new subset of guests to view contemporary works of art. Admission is free, but entrance is only guaranteed with a reservation. At this point, you’re probably going to wait one to two months before your reservation can be fulfilled. And maybe that’s why L.A. is […]

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Running the Streets: Le Petit Paris & Barcito

By | October 4, 2015

Le Petit Paris opened its doors in Downtown L.A., and the new, expansive French restaurant and soon-to-be marketplace hopes to establish itself as one of your new favorite spots. What may appeal to you more than even the food is the building’s architecture and restaurant layout. Le Petit Paris inhabits what used to be the […]

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Running the Streets: Little Sister, Terrine & Desano Pizza Bakery

By | January 30, 2015

What’s happening around these here parts? It’s usually about food. This time, it was a visit to Chef Tin Vuong’s Little Sister in Manhattan Beach, dinner at Terrine in Mid-City and pizzas at Desano Pizza Bakery. Click on through for more.

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Plan Check Kitchen + Bar Hits DTLA

By | October 28, 2014

Plan Check opened its third location in Downtown Los Angeles on October 20th. Executive Chef Ernesto Uchimura’s well known fusion of flavors are a great addition with Plan Check’s easternmost outpost. Most of the menu remains the same, but there are a couple of dishes that stand out as signature plates. Keep reading for a […]

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Take A Look At The Flying Pig Cafe

By | July 17, 2011

Last week, I was invited to try the new menu at Flying Pig Cafe. If you’re in LA, then you may recognize the name as it applies to the food truck zipping through the streets. Chef Joe Kim is the mastermind behind Flying Pig, and he has just set up the first brick and mortar […]

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