Guide to Los Angeles restaurants and cafes
A few decades back, Googie style architecture was the rage for all of the coffee shop restaurants. Some of the big chain restaurants featuring it were Bob’s Big Boy and Azar’s Big Boy. If you were alive then, you remember them.
If you’re looking for a great celebrity spotting restaurant on your Los Angeles vacation, you’ll want to drop in for lunch or dinner at the Formosa Cafe.
Christmas is a special time of year for so many reasons. So when it’s time to go out for dinner and drinks,
Every First Friday the hip, trendy Abbot Kinney Blvd in Venice becomes a culinary extravaganza.
Treat dad to a special Father’s Day brunch buffet at Brentwood’s beloved steakhouse, Baltaire.
Grand Central Market is taking center stage for Father’s Day for a few different reasons
The Los Angeles Bread Festival is back and while it happens the day before Father’s Day, it’s a great place to take dad to celebrate. After all, who does’t love great bread!
Unlike the celebrity spotting hot spot, Craig’s across the street, I don’t believe Gracias Madre opened its doors with the goal of becoming a celebrity hangout. Though this hip vegan hangout has become just that.
If I were asked what it the one place in Los Angeles where you will be almost 100 percent certain to see celebrities, it’s Craig’s in West Hollywood.
That’s right! You can save 50% on your lunch or dinner at three upscale, plant based food restaurants in Los Angeles starting this coming Monday.