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A Guide to Smorgasburg LA

By | July 6, 2016

An outdoor food hall bonanza hit DTLA. Maybe you heard about it? Smorgasburg is the Brooklyn-born extravaganza hit Los Angeles with a vengeance this summer, sending folks in a frenzy for what feels like a weekly food festival. This weekend will be the fourth Sunday in a row that dozens of restaurants, pop-ups and vendors […]

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Happy National Donut Day!

By | June 3, 2016

Celebrate today, Friday, with your sweet and savory doughnut-loving friends. It’s National Donut Day! Cupcakes had their reign of sugar a few years ago, now we’re on to doughnuts. L.A.’s dotted with shops in every neighborhood, including a few of the newer locations serving chef-driven, artisan, and even vegan or gluten-free, specialties for hungry customers. […]

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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: Idle Hour and Barrel Down

By | July 10, 2015

One of North Hollywood’s newly improved architectural gems, Idle Hour, re-opened in February of this year thanks to restoration from the 1933 Group. The original structure was built in 1941 by Mr. and Mrs. Michael Connelly during the Programmatic Architecture movement, and the barrel-shaped building served as a taproom. In 1972, Dolores Fernandez revamped it […]

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