Here are links to some interesting posts from L.A. food writers over the last week:
On April 17, dineLA shared Leslee Komaiko’s round-up of the Top Organic Restaurants in Los Angeles, including AKASHA, Feed Body & Soul, Mohawk Bend, and Tar & Roses.
On April 17, dineLA shared Tara De Lis’ round-up of The Best Restaurants in Venice, California, including The Tasting Kitchen, Oscar’s Cerveteca and Superba Snack Bar.
On April 19, Eater LA contributor Daniela Galarza interviewed Nancy Silverton and Christian Page on Short Order.
On April 19, Eater LA contributor Matthew Kang interviewed Sang Yoon on the History of the Father’s Office Burger.
On April 17, Eater LA contributor Matthew Kang shared the story of “lifer” Bill Elwell of Bill & Hiroko’s Hamburgers in Van Nuys.
On April 15, Eater LA contributor Matthew Kang went By The Numbers: The Counter & Short Order, breaking down pounds of meat per week, onions per week and more.
On April 19, LA Mag contributor Caroline Pardilla went, Behind the Bartender: Matt Biancaniello, who works at Bar and Kitchen downtown on Sundays and at Cliff’s Edge on Wednesdays.
On April 19, LA Mag dining editor Lesley Bargar Suter declared, Buckwheat Wild! Sonoko Sakai of Common Grains.
On April 15, LA Times Food contributor Victoria Kim reported, From North Korea to Koreatown, a harrowing journey ends, a small kitchen is born, describing Charles Kim, June Hee Kim and their restaurant, Yu Hyang.
On April 15, LA Weekly contributor Emily Dwass shared her picks for the 10 Best Breakfasts in the West San Fernando Valley, including Karlos and Kokes Fresh Mexican Grill, Nat’s West, and The Little Café.
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On April 16, Los Angeles Downtown News reported, New Eateries and Cheese Shop Coming to Grand Central Market, including Sticky Rice, Horse Thief, Valerie Confections and the Cheese Cave.
On April 18, Serious Eats contributor Julie Wolfson posted, First Look: Cocktails at Paiche, featuring a look at head bartender Deysi Alvarez’s program.
On April 19, Zagat LA editor Lesley Balla shared, 6 LA Eating Challenges: From Ice Cream Skyscrapers to Giant Pizzas.