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Gresescent Ice Cream

The Best New Ice Cream Shops in Los Angeles: Summer 2017

04/13/2017

Joshua Lurie

Premium ice cream has become readily available in Los Angeles, meaning most neighborhoods can now claim a viable option within - gasp - walking distance, or at least a short drive. The increasingly dynamic L.A. ice cream scene capitalizes on unshackled culinary creativity and seasonal ingredients, two of our strengths. Ice cream artisans have been both homegrown and drawn to the city’s rising star from points north and east. Discover 11 frozen favorites, most of which have debuted since 2015 and follow in the sweet footsteps of beloved businesses like Fosselman’s, Scoops and Sweet Rose Creamery.

Soft serve at HONEYMEE Wilshire

Where to Find the Best Soft Serve in Los Angeles

03/31/2017

Karen Young

Soft serve has come a long way from Fosters Freeze and Dairy Queen — combining creativity, whimsy, and decadence with a certain amount of health and environmental consciousness. Along with all that, it tastes better than ever. With four trendsetting shops in a two-mile radius, Koreatown seems to be the hub of some of the most innovative soft serve around. From the classic cone to artisanal chef-driven creations with amusing toppings and quirky names, here are ten of the best soft serve places in L.A.

Blueberry pancakes at Blu Jam Café

The Best Pancakes in Los Angeles

03/29/2017

Vanessa Fine

While Los Angeles may be known for its accessibility to celebrities, beautiful sunsets, the Walk of Fame, scenic hiking trails, crafty museums, and gorgeous Angelenos, L.A. is surprisingly also known for its pancakes. As a pancake aficionado, I have certainly experienced my fair share of flopjacks. That said, the City of Angels has some of the best pancakes in the nation. Read on for the best pancakes in L.A.

Breakfast sandwich melt at Café Vida

Post-Hike Food in Los Angeles

03/24/2017

Joshua Lurie

Los Angeles County features hundreds of miles of trails with views of the city and ocean, and while it can be an adrenaline rush to kick up some dust and build up a sweat, life certainly becomes sweeter (and more savory) with a post-hike reward. Discover 10 places to enjoy a meal after spending time on foot.

Kimchi and bacon pasta with cream sauce at Yellow House Café

The Best Untraditional Asian Noodle Dishes in Los Angeles

03/17/2017

Joshua Lurie

Noodle awareness is at an all-time high in L.A. People can now debate the relative merits of different styles of ramen, pho, Chinese and Thai noodle soups. Of course, not every plate or bowl falls into easy categorization. Local chefs (not all of them Asian) are creating noodle dishes that incorporate untraditional ingredients or take on new forms. Discover 10 of L.A.’s most compelling untraditional Asian noodle dishes.

Ajitama tsukemen at Tsujita LA Artisan Noodle

Explore the World of Noodles in Los Angeles

03/03/2017

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French toast at Otium

Discover the Best Secret Dishes in Los Angeles

02/23/2017

Joshua Lurie

Westsiders have experienced “quality forever” since 1947 at The Apple Pan, a U-shaped counter with red cushioned stools that Ellen Baker and husband Alan founded before Westside Pavilion was ever a fragment in a developer’s mind. Daughter Martha Gamble now runs the humble legend, which specializes in burgers, fries, and pie. The base model of their off-menu patty melt features a juicy quarter-pound patty with sweet grilled onions and a slice of sharp Tillamook cheddar on a choice of griddled white, wheat, or rye bread. You can also get a tuna melt, but tuna salad pales in comparison to beef.

10801 W. Pico Blvd., West L.A.
310.475.3585

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