Dylan Ho reminded me of Vancouver meals from last year like Bao Bei.
Here are links to some of the more interesting posts from L.A. food writers over the last week:
On March 22, Caroline on Crack founder Caroline Pardilla reported about Spring Drinking: Roundup of Spring Cocktails in LA, including Big Bar’s Mrs. Roper cocktail, Blue Cow’s fortified lemonade, and Picca’s Lavender Holyfield.
On March 22, Eat, Drink + Be Merry founder Dylan Ho shared Vancouver, British Columbia. Super Weekend Eating Guide., including Hawksworth, Kirin Seafood, Granville Island Market, and Vij’s. Of course uni makes an appearance.
On March 20, Eater LA editor Kat Odell reported FigAT7th: Paul Shoemaker, Jimmy Shaw, Craig Min, Jenee Kim and More Opening Eateries Within the New Figat7th This Fall.
On March 20, Grub Street LA editor Hadley Tomicki reported, Cacao Mexicatessen Serves Uni-Topped Chile
On March 23, LA Times writer Jonathan Gold shared his latest Object of Desire: Kanom , Thai coconut cakes, available in North Hollywood.
On March 19, LA Times deputy Food editor Betty Hallock discussed Slurping on Sawtelle: Miyata Menji to open Wednesday, featuring Japanese comedian Tetsuji Miyata’s tsukemen and tonkotsu ramen.
On March 22, Squid Ink contributor Bill Esparza posted his account of helping turn Tijuana into a culinary hotspot in a personal essay titled The Reverse Coyote: Bill Esparza on Smuggling Food Tourists into Tijuana.
On March 22, Squid Ink contributor Tien Nguyen reviewed The Park’s Finest BBQ in a post titled, BBQ That Hits Home, describing cornbread bibingka, tri-tip and Cornish game hen.