Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Incan Road to Culinary Greatness

Mo-Chica is one of my favorite restaurants to open in LA in the past couple of years. I love everything about it. For starters, it’s in a really cool space. A stone’s throw away from the USC campus (don’t worry; … Continue reading

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Filed under Downtown, South Los Angeles

Pilgrimage to the Hole-yland

The Donut Man is one of LA’s treasures. It is consistently ranked among the top five donut shops in the country and it has unbelievably amazing donuts.   But here’s the catch:  it’s located in Glendora (off of historic Route … Continue reading

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Filed under Glendora

Finger-Lickin’ Korean Goodness

WARNING: DO NOT READ THIS POST IF YOU WANT TO AVOID DEVELOPING AN ADDICTION TO ONE OF THE TASTIEST THINGS IN L.A. KyoChon serves Korean fried chicken and it is insanely good! This is not your run of the mill … Continue reading

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Filed under Cerritos, Culver City, Glendale, Koreatown

They Call Me Mr. Tibs

I love Ethiopian food. It’s exotic, healthy and very tasty. My favorite Ethiopian restaurant in LA is Nyala. Nyala is located in “Little Ethiopia,” the stretch of Fairfax between Olympic and Pico that is filled with Ethiopian stores and restaurants. … Continue reading

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Filed under Carthay, Mid-City