Biscuits at Willie Jane

The Best Biscuits in Los Angeles

11/29/2014

Joshua Lurie

Many people associate biscuit mastery with the South, but the baked good, which is best when flaky and loaded with either butter or lard, has become popular across the nation. Now L.A. chefs are earning biscuit cred at a rapid clip. Learn about a baker’s dozen of the best biscuits in Los Angeles which are joined by a wide range of accompaniments.

Interior of DeSano Pizza Bakery in Los Angeles

The Best L.A. Restaurants for Affordable Group Dining

11/21/2014

Discover Los Angeles

Whether it’s the holidays, a family reunion or a gathering of friends, there are occasions that call for more than a quiet corner table. Fortunately, there are restaurants throughout Los Angeles that not only offer family style menus and private rooms, but are affordably priced as well. Read on for some of the best restaurants in L.A. with group dining options that won’t break the bank.

Fred 62 interior at night

Gay Los Angeles: 24-Hour Diners

11/18/2014

Frontiers LA

One of the reasons to visit Los Angeles is that there's just so much to do here - celebrity sightseeing, shopping on Melrose or Rodeo Drive, sunbathing in Venice, nightclubbing in Hollywood. With so many activities to check off your to-do list, when will you find the time to eat? Fortunately, L.A. has diners open 24-7 in nearly every neighborhood. We've listed some of the best late-night restaurants in the city.

Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot - Pasadena

The Best Los Angeles Restaurants for Hot Pot

11/14/2014

Clarissa Wei

Hot pot is sometimes described as “Chinese fondue,” however fondue is actually "European hot pot." Hot potting, where ingredients are cooked in a steaming bowl of broth, dates back thousands of years. Some say it originated in Mongolia, others maintain it comes from China. Regardless of the pedigree, it’s an extremely popular practice that spread across Asia and now the world. The Japanese call it shabu shabu, the Vietnamese call it lẩu or cù lao, and in Korea porridge is cooked in the pot after the broth is finished. Hot pot is an easy feast to put together and is commonly enjoyed in East Asian households during the holidays. For those who prefer eating out, here’s a list of the best hot pots in Los Angeles.

Thanksgiving at The Raymond in Pasadena

Celebrate Thanksgiving at Los Angeles Restaurants

11/06/2014

Discover Los Angeles

On Thanksgiving Day, restaurants across Los Angeles are preparing sumptuous holiday meals that will please every palate. From traditional favorites with all the trimmings to seafood and vegan dishes, read on for L.A. restaurants that are hosting Thanksgiving celebrations on Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014.

Galbi jjim at Olympic Cheonggukjang

The Best Galbi in Los Angeles

10/31/2014

Joshua Lurie

Short ribs are popular in cuisines worldwide, but Korean kitchens have a particular knack for preparing galbi, as said ribs are known. In Korean (or Korean-American) culture, special occasions and celebrations call for galbi. Short ribs - frequently beef, but possibly pork - are braised, grilled, steamed, shredded and more, with delicious results. Read on and discover 10 of the best Korean galbi dishes in Los Angeles.

River Rock at Sportsmen's Lodge

Hidden Gems in Studio City

10/27/2014

Esther Tseng

Formerly known as Laurelwood, Studio City is located on the north slope of the Santa Monica Mountains. It was part of the Rancho Ex-Mission San Fernando, a Mexican land grant, and named after the area's studio lot, opened by Mack Sennett in 1927. That studio is now known as CBS Studio Center. As a community that was born out of the entertainment industry, Studio City is regarded as the "Jewel of the Valley," attracting actors, musicians, and writers and serving as a hub of the San Fernando Valley and a gateway to the Westside and Hollywood. Read on and discover hidden gems in Studio City that are worth checking out.

Blue-Beary Buckwheat Pancake at M Café de Chaya

The Best Kids Menus at Los Angeles Restaurants

10/23/2014

Leslee Komaiko

With fast food offering a constant temptation, it can be difficult for busy parents to find good options for their kids when the family is dining out. Plenty of restaurants offer kids menus, but most of them feature typical items like macaroni and cheese, hot dogs and grilled cheese. In a welcome trend, Los Angeles restaurants are putting extra thought into their menus for the younger set. Read on for a dozen L.A. restaurants that feature great kids menus.

Octopus taco at Petty Cash

The Best Tacos in Los Angeles

10/16/2014

Javier Cabral

The taco is the perfect food, often made with a nutritious whole grain corn tortilla base and an incredible range of regional ingredients and unique textures. You can eat tacos regularly and never get bored of them. There’s no better city in the United States to enjoy tacos than Los Angeles - the taco motherland is just two and a half hours away, and L.A. has the second-largest population of Mexicans after Mexico City. The taco is finally getting the respect that it deserves, and is being taken as seriously as a good pasta. Read our guide to some of the best tacos in L.A., and discover a little bit of this Mexican staple food’s vast nuances. ¡Provecho!

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