Stay Cool in the Heat with Creative Cold Brew Recipes Los Angeles Magazine On a scorching summer day in Los Angeles, a cold brew coffee is deliciously invigorating. As the name suggests, cold brew coffee is brewed without using heat. The cold brewing process creates coffee with lower acidity that has a bold, rich taste.…
110 Must-Do LA Activities to Make You the Ultimate Angeleno in a Year Four seasons. 52 weeks. 365 days. Consider this list of must-do L.A. experiences your guide to becoming the ultimate Angeleno in one year. Eric Junker1. Spin to Win on Wheel of Fortune  So you’ve stood in line for The Price Is Right, and…
Behind the Scenes with the Chef Who's Upgrading Cantonese BarbecueThe dishes at downtown L.A.’s newly opened RiceBox pay tribute to classic Cantonese barbecue, but you won’t find whole roasted pigs or ducks hanging in its windows. The restaurant’s owners, who are are drawing from three generations’ worth of passed-down family recipes and updating them with French and…
3 New Restaurants You Have to Try This DecemberFrom a Brooklyn pizzeria’s West Coast outpost to a wine boutique’s beachy new digs, there are a lot of new restaurants to check out this month. Here are our picks for December’s buzziest new restaurants.Roberta’s L.A.The platform complex gained a dose of Brooklyn cool by adding a…
The Best Tiramisu in L.A. to Feed Your Dessert Obsessions Tiramisu–the Italian dessert traditionally made with spongy ladyfingers soaked in coffee and layered with fluffy mascarpone cheese and dusted with cocoa–was a staple of fancy 1980s restaurant menus. But, by the time it showed up as a joke in the 1993 rom-com Sleepless in Seattle,…
Tastings, Festivals, Pop-Ups, and More for Your Dining Agenda There’s always something new happening in L.A.’s dining scene, and it’s not just the constant new restaurant openings. A food-lover could pack their schedule with all the tasting festivals, pop-up dinners, theme nights, takeovers, and other events going on. We’re picking some of the most delicious and…
Clifton's Needs to Be a RestaurantClifton’s Cafeteria Republic has stopped serving food, but has managed to keep the river of booze flowing throughout the forest-themed landmark. Party rooms, storage space, and back offices were all blown out for a massive expansion that opened a little more than three years ago and gradually added liquor on…
4 Places in L.A. to Get Some Good-Luck Black-Eyed PeasThe Southern legumes—considered good luck to eat on New Year’s Day—are being remixed in clever ways around L.A. will.i.am would approve.Black-Eyed Pea Hummus from Yardbird Southern Table & BarSubbing for the standard chickpeas, the starchy beans are whipped into a smooth hummus at this Miami import…
Retro L.A. Diners Where You Can Get a Late-Night Cup of Coffee When you’re dealing with insomnia, a productive streak, or the sudden need to sober up, these vintage L.A. diners are the perfect place to post up with a cup of joe and, hell, some midnight pancakes if you’re feeling the urge. The Original…
5 Best Smashburgers in Los AngelesThere was a time when burger fashion swung toward the baroque: patties as thick as hockey pucks heaped with fistfuls of arugula, malodorous cheeses, and a broad array of aiolis and compotes. But in 2019 burger minimalism has arrived. Nodding to the aesthetic of classic roadside diners and stands—revered institutions…
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