Favorite Posts from May 13 – 19, 2013According to Eater LA, Four Cafe is looking to bridge the gap between Eastside and Westside.
On May 16, dineLA contributor Matthew Kang shared his picks for Top Korean Barbecues in Los Angeles, including Park’s, Yang San Bak, and Soowon Galbi.
On May 16, dineLA contributor Leslee Komaiko shared her selections for The Best Afternoon Teas on Los Angeles, including The Langham, Mignon and Tres by José Andrés.
On May 17, Eater LA contributor Matthew Kang interviewed, Bill Esparza on Petty Cash Taqueria, Opening Next Week.
On May 17, Eater LA contributor Matthew Kang reported, Eagle Rock’s Four Café Taking Over Black Cat Bakery near LACMA.
On May 16, Eater LA editor Kat Odell reported about the opening of Seasalt Fish Grill, a Fast and Casual New Café in SaMo.
On May 14, Eater LA editor Kat Odell reported, Bank of Venice Serving Comfort Food & Beers on Friday.
Grub Street LA
On May 17, Grub Street LA editor Hadley Tomicki shared, Seven Sublime Chef-Driven Taquerias, and Seven More Honorable Mentions, including Guerrilla Tacos and Tacos Punta Cabra.
On May 15, LA Times contributor John Verive reported, Craft beer hot spot Beer Belly teams with Bruery for a beer inspired by Korean cuisine.
On May 15, LA Times contributor Linda Burum delved into Doner kebabs and dumplings: A guide to Turkish restaurants in Southern California, including Café Instanbul, and Sako’s.
On May 15, LA Times deputy Food editor Betty Hallock reported, Eleven Madison Park chef comes to Ink, offers glimpse of new downtown restaurant. The Cardiff Giant group apparently hired David Nayfeld, former senior sous chef at Eleven Madison Park, to run “a new restaurant at 7th and Santa Fe in the building that once was a loading dock for food company Heinz.”
On May 14, LA Times deputy Food editor Betty Hallock reported, At Cliff’s Edge, Vartan Abgaryan’s fava hummus with tahini waffles, and ramps galore.
LA Weekly Squid Ink
On May 15, LA Weekly contributor (and SQIRL chef-owner) Jessica Koslow revealed her 10 Best Octopus Dishes in Los Angeles, including RivaBella, Ray’s & Stark Bar, and Bar Amá.
On May 15, LA Weekly contributor Andy Hermann profiled Tim Walker: The Grilled Cheese King.
On May 15, LA Weekly contributor Liana Aghajanian profiled Jonny Hwang: The Man Who Invented 626 Night Market.
Tasting Table LA
On May 17, Tasting Table LA editor Garrett Snyder shared three new gastropubs inspired by global cuisine in a story titled “Around the World.”
On May 12, Thrillist LA editor Jeff Miller reported, No one else has these pictures of this epic 20-course feast from the “Sushi Nazi”