Follow these links to some of the more interesting posts written by L.A. food writers over the past week.
On October 13, Caroline on Crack founder Caroline Pardilla reported Last Night at Firestone Walker’s Deconstructed LA Debuts XV Anniversary Ale With Culinary Flair. The experience at Bardot in the Avalon showcased the eight beers that comprised XV 15th Anniversary Ale, paired with food by Homebrew Chef Sean Z. Paxton.
On October 15, DET co-founder Stan Lee posted a photo gallery, and the results, of L.A. Beer Float Showdown 3 in a post titled Andre Guerrero, Jan Purdy and Eagle Rock Brewery Take Home the Win.
On October 13, Eater LA editor Kat Odell reported Suzanne Goin Opens Larder at Maple Drive on Oct 19, with an emphasis on take-out and on-site baking.
On October 12, Eater LA editor Kat Odell reported The Churchill Opens October 21 on Third Street, with The Hudson owners Beau Laughlin and Brett Cranston in charge, former Square One (Santa Barbara) chef Jason Tuley in the kitchen, and a California-focused wine list from Susan Brink.
On October 11, The Feast LA EAT editor Carole Dixon showcased the Unique Siphoned Tableside Coffee System at Mercato di Vetro, which Jeremy Gursey developed for SBE.
On October 15, LA Times restaurant critic S. Irene Virbila reported on The Jolly Oyster and its equally jolly eater, referring to a new clam and oyster stand that just debuted in Ventura.
On October 13, Squid Ink contributor Steven Armstrong reported The Tasting Kitchen’s Justin Pike Named L.A.’s Best Bartender, recounting the Table 20 experience for judges and spectators at downtown’s Elevate Lounge.
On October 13, Squid Ink staffer Elina Shatkin reported on Schat’s Bakery: From Mammoth to El Segundo, recounting the Table 20 experience for judges and spectators at downtown’s Elevate Lounge.
On October 12, Squid Ink contributor Steven Armstrong reported on The Fountain: A Batttle for Hearsts, Minds & Permits in East Hollywood, with Mino Jegalian planning to offer “serious coffee,” 16 local craft beers on tap and Armenian meats like basturma and soujouk.
On October 13, Table Conversation founder Barbara Hansen reported that Crab Stars at Seafood Village, complete with “golden crumbs of fried garlic.”
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