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Eating Gold: The World’s Priciest Desserts

Feb. 2, 2016
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Traditionally, gold is considered an adornment to be admired; not eaten. However, there has recently been a resurgence in opulent indulgence with edible gold now back in fashion. Most notably paired with desserts and chocolate, adding this non-toxic metal to your deserts is on trend. Edible gold typically costs about $145 USD per gram, which… Read more


Ramen, Poke And Pop-Up Restaurants: The Food Trends For 2016

Jan. 26, 2016
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Each year, foodies from all over the world prognosticate the upcoming food trends. Like many areas of interest – from fashion, travel, real estate and more – the culinary world is constantly changing. Below are just a few things to look forward to in 2016. Veggies & Fermentation In 2015, we saw the ascent of… Read more


L.A.’s Best Donuts You Have To Taste To Believe

Dec. 22, 2015
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There’s still time to cram in a bit more fun… and food… before your New Year’s resolutions nix the sweet stuff. For your palatal pleasure, enjoy this collection of the 5 best donuts in Los Angeles. The Blueberry Bourbon Basil at Blue Star Donuts Head over to the new hot spot on Abbot Kinney for… Read more


Bulletproof Coffee Coming To Arts District, One Santa Fe Building

Nov. 11, 2015
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If you’ve chosen to forego your morning Starbucks for “grass-fed-unsalted-butter-and-Brain-Octane-oil,” also known as Bulletproof Coffee, you’re in luck. With the flagship location in Santa Monica, David Asprey, the semi-controversial founder and visionary behind the concept, recently announced his plans to open a secondary store on the ground floor of the One Santa Fe Building (300… Read more


Take A Shopping Break And Nosh: The Grove In Los Angeles

Oct. 22, 2015
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The only thing more abundant than shopping options at The Grove in Los Angeles are the dining choices. The immensely popular outdoor mall—considered one of the most popular destinations in all of L.A.—has something for everyone. With the famed Farmers Market on one end and an array of restaurants to choose from, even the most… Read more


Don’t Miss L.A.’s 5th Annual Food & Wine Festival

Aug. 25, 2015
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No need to scurry for a dinner reservation this weekend. That’s because starting Thursday, August 27, the Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival returns for its fifth year, featuring over 100 celebrated chefs, 300 wineries and 70 unique events that are sure to satisfy any palate. Complete with VIP cooking demo’s, featured guests, wine tastings… Read more


Chef Ricardo Zarate Launches LA’s Latest Pop-Up Dinner Series

Aug. 11, 2015
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The city’s latest pop-up dinner series brings Peruvian flare to the vibrant town of Santa Monica with no signs of stopping. Named after the spanish word for “eleven” (pronounced on-seh), Once is helmed by Lima-born Chef Ricardo Zarate (former chef at Picca and the now-closed Paiche and Mo-Chica) and is heading into its second weekend… Read more


Coming L.A. Attraction: The Tallest Restaurant West Of The Mississippi

Aug. 5, 2015
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Care for a dining experience as lofty as the views? Come Spring 2016, 71Above will be the tallest restaurant west of the Mississippi, as well as California’s highest building. Boasting unparalleled views of Los Angeles, 71Above will be serving guests on the 71st floor of the US Bank Tower in downtown. Run by chef Vartan Abgaryan, who… Read more


The Surprising Fashion Trend Taking Over The L.A. Food Scene

Jun. 18, 2015
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The latest movement in food converging on the City of Angels according to Refinery 29 is highly reminiscent of a favorite trend in fashion: high-low pairs. Restaurant establishments and chefs are creating foodie finds that marry luxury fine dining as part of a second, more causal location. Examples of this trend popping up in Los Angeles can… Read more


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