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Abbot Kinney Boulevard’s Axe: Uninspired Rice Bowls, But Crazy-Great Shortcakes

Abbot Kinney Boulevard's Axe: Uninspired Rice Bowls, But Crazy-Great Shortcakes
As you stroll down the famous Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice, you are surrounded by artisan...

The Tripel: A Gastronomical Surprise in Playa Del Rey

The Tripel: A Gastronomical Surprise in Playa Del Rey
Playa Del Rey is good for one thing and one thing only: the beach. I always...

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The Best Italian Cuisine in LA: Bestia

The Best Italian Cuisine in LA: Bestia
Nothing is really secret anymore in the dining world. Gone are the days of hidden enclaves...

The Veggie Grill: An Impressive Chain Restaurant

The Veggie Grill: An Impressive Chain Restaurant
Los Angeles is certainly not lacking in the chain restaurant department, which typically isn’t a good...

Duke’s Malibu: Great Views, Mediocre Cuisine

Duke's Malibu: Great Views, Mediocre Cuisine
When living in a place like Los Angeles, a destination location for tourists, many restaurants are...

Lemonade: A Hip, Old-School Cafeteria

Lemonade: A Hip, Old-School Cafeteria
I like dining at all kinds of places. I’m an indiscriminate diner to say the least....

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Sushi Gen: Simply the Best

Sushi Gen: Simply the Best
How many of you have been on a first date to a sushi restaurant? Or even...

Waterloo & City: The Best Pâté in Los Angeles

Waterloo & City: The Best Pâté in Los Angeles
The best pâté in Los Angeles is definitely at Waterloo & City. A bold statement? Yes....

Silverlake Ramen

Silverlake Ramen
I need to make something clear. Ramen is not the dried artificially-flavored 10-cent instant meal found...

Red Medicine in Los Angeles

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When you go to some restaurants, you enjoy the food because it’s finger-licking, soul-satisfying, downright scrumptious....

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Sunny Spot: Good Food, Great Attitude

Sunny Spot: Good Food, Great Attitude
The abundance of restaurants in Los Angeles is well-known, and living here, we reap the benefits...

Faux Pas Bistro

Faux Pas Bistro
Gearing up for a full day of shopping requires more than just a slice of toast...

La Sirena Grill

La Sirena Grill
Mexican restaurants are a phenomenon in Los Angeles. Every couple miles or so, you’re bound to...

Milo and Olive: Perfect New Restaurant on Wilshire

Milo and Olive: Perfect New Restaurant on Wilshire
A lovely little place in Santa Monica, Milo and Olive is the fourth collaboration from the...

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Ayara Thai Cuisine

Ayara Thai Cuisine
Despite being tucked away inside a seemingly un-foodie area, Westchester, Ayara Thai Cuisine is quite truly...

Taron Bakery: Armenian Pastries at Less Than a Buck

Taron Bakery: Armenian Pastries at Less Than a Buck
Taron Bakery first enticed us with its wafting aromas of meat and herbs on a recent...

Video: The Cheese Store of Beverly Hills

Video: The Cheese Store of Beverly Hills
In this week’s episode of Wandering Foodie, join Courtney on her trek out to The Cheese...

Venice Beach Boardwalk’s Hidden Food Gems

Venice Beach Boardwalk’s Hidden Food Gems
The boardwalks along the Venice and Santa Monica beaches are two of the hottest beach destinations...

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Yuko: Mid-City’s Simply Adorable Japanese Café

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When you first set out to Mid-City West to find Yuko Kitchen, you’ll notice immediately how...

Video: Interview with Moon Juice in Venice, CA

Video: Interview with Moon Juice, Venice CA
On today’s episode of Wandering Foodie, join Courtney as she pops into Venice, California’s freshest juice...