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Fish Los Angeles

Mh Zh Branzino (Food of the Week)

Chalk it up to lousy timing. When I lived in Silver Lake from 2006-2010, finding good food in the neighborhood was a struggle. Sadly, Silver Lakers were still many years away from standouts like...
Israeli Drink Los Angeles

Cafe Florentine Sahlab (Drink of the Week)

The section of Valley Village near Los Angeles Valley College has welcomed a bevy of Middle Eastern restaurants in the past two years. Cafe Florentine may be the best option. I’d highly recommend this...
Israeli Food Los Angeles

Pacific Kosher Express Malawach Roll (Food of the Week)

Even in the internet and social media age, it’s still possible for restaurateurs to maintain a relatively low profile. Some restaurants simply cater to their local communities, and manage to survive (and in some...
Bakery Los Angeles

Amelia Bakery Savory Rugelach (Food of the Week)

By the end of 2016, Amelia Bakery & Cafe should be the worst kept bakery secret in Los Angeles. Chef Yoav Rogel already makes some of the most impressive baked goods in the city....

Joe’s Falafel: Transcending Universal City Tourist Traps

Universal City, a bridge neighborhood that connects Los Angeles proper with the San Fernando Valley, is surrounded by movie studios and draws tourists in droves to the hilltop theme park and amphitheatre. For the...

Shawarma Palace [CLOSED]

The stretch of Pico Boulevard between La Cienega Boulevard and Beverly Drive features dozens of Kosher restaurants. It can be hard to know where to turn to find the best food. Some people attempt...