Find links links to some interesting posts from L.A. food writers over the past week.
Caroline on Crack
On September 28, Caroline on Crack founder Caroline Pardilla covered The Famous Bar in a review titled, Bringing Glendale Closer to Serious Drinkers. Owner Nick Vitulli, previously of £10 at the Montage Beverly Hills, runs the bar across from the Americana, and she’s impressed.
On September 24, Eater LA contributor Matthew Kang shared his latest Eater Map, titled, A Handy Guide to Los Angeles’ Best Food Delivery, including seven pizza places out of 22 listings.
On September 30, Eating LA founder Pat Saperstein took a different approach to covering the LA Beer Week Festival, in a post titled, Beer goggles and Doc Martens: What to wear to a beer festival.
On September 27, KCET contributor Rick Paulas took a different approach in covering the latest bar from the 1933 Group in a post titled, Exploring the Artifacts of Sassafras, including a communal sink from an old sanitarium in Shreveport, a bear-ish family heirloom, and a Canadian Ace beer sign from one of Al Capone’s post-Prohibition bars in Chicago.
On September 27, KCET contributor Shauna Nep took a closer look at The Art of Young Folks Urban Farm, which occupies a half-acre on a hillside facing downtown L.A.
On September 24, LA Times deputy Food editor Betty Hallock posed, 5 Questions for Bryant Ng, including what’s coming up next on his menu, the restaurant he finds himself going to again and again, and the one piece of kitchen equipment he can’t live without.
On September 25, Squid Ink staffer Garrett Snyder judged an
On September 24, Matthew “Mattatouille” Kang declared,
On September 27, Stick a Fork in It contributor Bill Esparza wrote about
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