Here are links to some interesting posts from L.A. food writers over the last week:
On June 28, Eater LA contributor Matthew Kang went inside Go Get Em Tiger, A Polished Larchmont Coffee Bar.
On June 27, Eater LA contributor Matthew Kang went One Year In with Karen and Quinn Hatfield of The Sycamore Kitchen.
On June 25, Eater LA editor Kat Odell reported, New York Chef Michael White Opening First West Coast Restaurant at Platform Complex in Culver City.
On June 25, Food Republic contributor Jason Kessler shared, 10 Things I Hate With Michael Voltaggio.
On June 27, LA Mag contributor Bill Esparza shared, Five Places to Surf & Turf the Latin Americas in L.A., drawing his picks from Argentina, Mexico, El Salvador, Brazil and Peru.
On June 28, LA Times Food editor Russ Parsons reported, The wait is over: Lou’s Wine and Provisions opening next to Sqirl – and no wines over $25.
On June 24, LA Times Food editor Russ Parsons reported, Bigmista’s Barbecue is coming to downtown.
On June 24, LA Times deputy Food editor Betty Hallock reported, Phenomenal automated coffee? Go Get Em Tiger on Larchmont says yes.
On June 26, LA Weekly dining editor Amy Scattergood reported, Quenelle Ice Cream and Pastry Shop Opening in Burbank, featuring pastry chef John Park, previously with restaurants like Lukshon, Father’s Office and Providence.
On June 27, OC Weekly Stick a Fork in It contributor Bill Esparza reported about Summer 2013 in the Valle de Guadalupe: The Year of the Campestre, featuring approximately 15 seasonal restaurants devoted to “campsite cooking.”
On June 27, OC Weekly Stick a Fork in It contributor Michelle Woo reported, Front Porch Pops, Handmade Popsicle Cart, To Open Brick-And-Mortar Shop In Old Towne Orange.
On June 26, OC Weekly Stick a Fork in It contributor Michelle Woo reported, The Mochi Donut Arrives At Mitsuwa Costa Mesa