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South Bay/Long Beach

City Los Angeles County

Where To Eat and Drink Well in Torrance

Even though Little Tokyo and Japantown have come on strong with a rush of recent openings, more good Japanese meals are still available in L.A.’s South Bay. Thanks to an early boost from Japanese...
Sushi Los Angeles

Sushi I-NABA Omakase Chirashi Bowl (Food of the Week)

Sushi I-NABA is the latest outpost of a Japanese restaurant that debuted in Torrance in 1999. Chef Yasu Hirano presides over a six-seat, three-sided, omakase only sushi bar in downtown Manhattan Beach. Dinner’s reservation...
Spanish Food Los Angeles

Gabi James Fideos with Clams (Food of the Week)

When Moruno closed at The Original Farmers Market, I wasn’t sure whether I’d get another chance to enjoy chef Chris Feldmeier’s Spanish comfort food. Thankfully, “boss lady/somm” Sara Gabrielle and husband Adam James Aro...
Matcha Los Angeles

Gindaco Iced Matcha au Lait (Drink of the Week)

Gindaco is a takoyaki specialist that started in Gunma, Japan, in 1997. Their griddled octopus balls have proven to be quite popular in Japan, fueling expansion. The company now has nearly 500 locations in...
Japanese Food Los Angeles

Sutadonya Garlic Pork Bowl (Dose of Vitamin P)

The food court inside Torrance’s Mitsuwa Marketplace continues to provide reasons to return, whether that’s new vendors or their annual Japanese Gourmet Food Fair that celebrates regional dishes. Sutadonya is new stall that specializes...
Italian Food Los Angeles

The Arthur J Veal Parmesan (Food of the Week)

Manhattan Beach has been a culinary playground for chef David LeFevre and the Simms brothers. M.B. Post and Fishing With Dynamite are their most successful collaborations to date, but The Arthur J, their “Mad...