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Restaurant Sign Los Angeles

Which Closed Restaurants Do L.A. Chefs and Food Writers Miss Most?

I’ve been feeling nostalgic and asked prominent people in the L.A. food world to answer one question: “Which closed L.A. restaurant do you miss most and why?” Learn what eight lifelong Angelenos had to...
Train Station Washington D.C.

Coffee Worth Seeking in 11 Essential Washington, D.C. Neighborhoods

Washington, D.C. is a coffee destination on the rise. The food scene in the U.S. Capital is booming in recent years, and coffeehouse culture has kept pace. There are a ton of amazing coffees...
Thermometer California

Do Restaurants Deserve Second Chances?

When somebody lives in a place like Baker, a desolate California town in the Mojave Desert with only 735 residents that’s best known for The World’s Tallest Thermometer, it gets tougher to write off...
Instagram Food

If These Instagrammers Opened Restaurants, I Would Eat There

California has enough restaurant choices to satisfy my cravings for many lifetimes, endless opportunities to exchange money for food. However, I still see dishes on Instagram that aren’t readily available, take food in creative...
Barbecue Austin

Worth The Wait? L.A. Chefs + Food Writers Describe Their Tests of Time to Eat

Some restaurants, food trucks and stalls are known for testing patience, while other experiences take aspiring diners by surprise. Not everybody’s down to wait. I asked a dozen L.A. chefs and food writers, “What’s...
Dumplings Los Angeles

Why Food Writers Must Stop Promoting “Cheap” Eats

It’s imperative that editors and writers stop describing food as “cheap eats.” Most of the time, they’re stigmatizing culinary contributions from immigrant cultures. Avoid such indignities and these family-run and indie restaurants stand a...