Favorite Posts from September 19 – 25, 2011

Craft Beer Los Angeles

Stan Lee introduces L.A. to Golden Road Brewing’s Jon Carpenter, who comes to Atwater via Delaware.

Follow these links to some of the more interesting posts written by L.A. food writers over the past week.

Caroline on Crack

On September 19, Caroline on Crack founder Caroline Pardilla wrote about Day 2 & 3 from her most recent trip in a post titled Eating My Way Through San Francisco, highlighting places like Jasper’s Corner Tap and Farm:Table in the Tenderloin. Serpentine in the Dogpatch, and both Bi-Rite Creamery and Monk’s Kettle in the Mission.

Drink Eat Travel

On September 19, Stan Lee invited readers to Meet L.A.’s Newest Brewmaster, Golden Road Brewing’s Jon Carpenter, aka “The New Kid on the Block,” who just hit town from a small Delaware operation that a few people may have heard of: Dogfish Head.

Eater LA

On September 23, Eater LA editor Kat Odell closed the week with a flurry of restaurant news in her latest EATERWIRE: Maximiliano Signage Posted, citybilly Soft Open, MORE!

On September 21, Eater LA editor Kat Odell reported Gastronomico Soft Opens Tomorrow in Los Feliz. She even shared a photo of the blackboard menu, which listed Main/Meats like a grilled pork chop with sweet peach mustard and rosemary, and fish (McCall’s pick of the day).

LA Times

On September 23, LA Times Deputy Food Editor Betty Hallock shared an interesting interview with Ruth Reichl on Gilt Taste and the future of food journalism. An especially interesting question: “Is there a line being crossed when you merge commerce and journalism?”

LA Weekly

On September 21, Squid Ink contributor Steven Armstrong pinned down Meg Gill’s Top 5 L.A.-area Beers, one of which is especially easy for her to source.

Street Gourmet LA

On September 24, Street Gourmet LA founder Bill Esparza invited “All Aboard!” to experience “train station lamb barbacoa” at Los Tacos Ferrocarril, Mexicali,B.C.-Grand Taco Station.


Joshua Lurie

Joshua Lurie founded FoodGPS in 2005. Read about him here.

Blog Comments

Thanks for the shout-out! My SF posts felt like they took forever to write! But really enjoyed researching it. 🙂

Caroline on Crack,

You’re welcome. When posts involve that much effort, they definitely warrant a shout-out or two, or more.

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