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Italian Food Claremont

Uno Tre Otto Bucatini (Food of the Week)

Uno Tre Otto is probably Claremont’s most ambitious restaurant at this point. The Italian hideaway from John Solana and Brad Owen, who also own a top gastropub called The Back Abbey in town, replaced...
Sunday Supper Los Angeles

Interesting Sunday Suppers in Los Angeles

Sunday night is a time to relax with family and friends, take stock, and steel yourself for the week. Learn about nine Los Angeles restaurants that serve special prix fixe menus on Sunday afternoons...
Craft Beer Los Angeles

Stalking Horse West Pico Pale Ale (Drink of the Week)

Artisanal Brewers Collective, the hard-charging company from Tony Yanow and his business partners, are gradually dotting L.A. with a series of neighborhood beer bars and brewpubs. They replaced Steingarten LA with The Stalking Horse...
Ham Los Angeles

Twohey’s Tavern Ham Steak (Dose of Vitamin P)


Twohey’s Tavern is an east Pasadena spinoff of a classic Alhambra diner that Jack Twohey founded in 1943. Current owners Greg Mallis, Tanya Christodoulelis, and husband Jim and have led the concept into an...
Asian Food Los Angeles

Nouilles Of 3rds House Noodle Soup (Food of the Week)

Nouilles of 3rds is a Lomita restaurant with a mystifying name and some standout Cambodian-Chinese comfort food that chef Vyla Chan, her husband Frank, and Tim Thu opened in 2015. The airy restaurant resides...
Coffee Los Angeles

Highlight Coffee Lemonade (Drink of the Week)

Considering that Glendale is L.A. County’s third largest city and specialty coffee’s reach is growing, it was inevitable these factors would converge. Glendale now has a handful of interesting coffee bars, and Highlight Coffee...
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