Here are links to some interesting posts from L.A. food writers over the last week:
Beer Search Party
On April 28, Beer Search Party founder Sean Inman reviewed, TAPS 1st Annual Craft Beer Festival, which he dubbed a “good festival” for some specific reasons.
On April 25, Eater LA contributor Matthew Kang reported, G&B Coffee Enters Grand Central With Espresso & Tea
On April 25, Eating LA founder Pat Saperstein reported, Allumette sparks up Echo Park dining scene thanks to “recommended dishes” like scallop tartare and lamb neck.
Grub Street LA
On April 24, Grub Street LA editor Hadley Tomicki reported, Kevin Napier’s New Flintridge Proper Boasts “The Country’s Largest Selection of Gin” along with “market-sourced, made-from-scratch takes on U.S. comfort.”
On April 26, KCET contributor Julie Wolfson reported, BierBeisl Brings Austria to California thanks to Chef Bernhard Mairinger and Gemütlichkeit.
On April 25, LA Mag contributor Bill Esparza explored Mexican Sashimi: A Spicy Altnernative at places like Coni’seafood, Mariscos Los Dorados and Kiriko Sushi.
On April 22, LA Mag contributor Caroline Pardilla reported, This Is What You Should Be Drinking This Season, including Danielle Crouch’s “Special Privileges” at Cana Rum Bar, Kyle Ackley’s “Nicolina” at Drago Centro, and Serena Herrick’s “Systeme Solaire” at Allumette.”
On April 22, LA Mag contributor Tomoko Kurokawa revealed, How to Tell Whether a Sushi Bar is Great.
On April 22, LA Mag contributor Tomoko Kurokawa revealed, How To Not Be A Tool While Eating At The Sushi Bar.
On April 22, LA Mag contributor Tomoko Kurokawa penned a Sushipedia, defining words like “futomaki” and “itamae.”
On April 22, LA Mag contributor Caroline Pardilla wrote, An Ode to the Sake Bomb, about “poetry in the violent collision of sake and beer.”
On April 27, LA Times deputy Food editor Betty Hallock reported, The biscuit rises in L.A. culinary esteem thanks to chefs like Brian Dunsmoor, Kris Tominaga, David LeFevre, Govind Armstrong and Jessica Koslow.
On April 26, Zagat LA editor Lesley Balla reported, Heirloom LA’s Salon Opens to the Public, Pop-Up Dinners Begin.