The Square Slices of Pizza at Apollonia's Pizzeria Are Worth a Weekend Visit Don’t let the humble exterior fool you: Justin De Leon’s six-year-old strip mall pizzeria, Apollonia’s, is no average slice shop. Inside there’s a vintage jukebox, a mural by famed L.A. artist Gronk, and foldable, thin-crust pizzas that have found a following among…
A Vibrant Vegan Street Food Scene Has Blossomed in Highland Park You can’t miss the crowds. Around dusk most evenings, young Angelenos start to spill from bars, cafés, and shops along the main drag of York Boulevard in Highland Park, queuing up at street food vendors scattered along the sidewalks. Between local spots like Donut…
After Nearly Six Decades, Fisherman's Outlet Is Still a Shrimp Giant When someone says not much has changed at a restaurant that’s been in business for 57 years, it’s usually an exaggeration. But at downtown L.A. seafood market and quick-service lunch spot Fisherman’s Outlet, truly, not much has changed. The mostly outdoor establishment has two sides…
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…
The Surf Clam at This Monterey Park Sichuan Spot Is a Perfect Dish Unless you’re the sort of person who scours the daily specials at high-end sushi bars, you might not have a deep familiarity with the surf clam. About the size of a salad plate, the mollusk is usually caught in the chilly waters…
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,…
Otono Is Chef Teresa Montano's Love Letter to Spain, Old and Modern When Teresa Montaño first made her way to California from her home in New Mexico, becoming a chef wasn’t even on her mind. “I thought I would be a professional soccer player,” she says. “I played soccer starting at age four, it was…
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.…
What's possible in a week? If you dedicated seven days to the achievement of one goal, how ambitious could you make this goal? These were the questions that the multilingual friends Katy and Sara posed themselves when they determined to learn...
What's possible in a week? If you dedicated seven days to the achievement of one goal, how ambitious could you make this goal? These were the questions that the multilingual friends Katy and Sara posed themselves when they determined to learn...
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