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L.A. Gets Its First Cat Cafe

Sep. 30, 2016
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There are few things more comforting than a hot cup of coffee on a chilly autumn day, unless of course, you add a dozen cats to the equation. This Friday, L.A.’s first cat café, Crumbs & Whiskers, opens on Melrose Avenue, offering a one-stop shop for thirsty Angelenos jonesing for a little caffeine and cuddle… Read more


Five Eco-Conscious L.A. Restaurants

Sep. 20, 2016
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While solar panels and electric cars might not be a viable option for everyone just yet, you can still do your part to contribute to a more sustainable future—and you can start with your next meal. From a members-only social club with an incredible rooftop garden to a Malibu brunch spot that serves eggs from… Read more


Mexico City’s Gift To L.A. Takes Flight At City Hall

Apr. 14, 2016
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L.A.’s sister city, Mexico City, gifted a beautiful set of bronze wings designed by Jorge Marin to the city, and was formally accepted by Mayor Eric Garcetti and City Hall on Thursday, April 7. The gorgeous sculpture made its way to us after originally being offered to L.A. during a trade mission to Mexico two years earlier. The artwork,… Read more


Our Top Restaurants For Over-The-Top Caviar

Apr. 1, 2016
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One of the culinary capitals of the world, Los Angeles is a paradise for palates of all kinds. For those who have cultivated a taste for caviar, an ancient Eastern European delicacy, we curated the top four restaurants to satisfy your appetite. Petrossian Restaurant & Boutique Described as “a little taste of France on Robertson… Read more


Q&A With One Of L.A.’s Most Successful And Influential Restaurateurs

Mar. 22, 2016
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Los Angeles has enjoyed a steady rise as a culinary destination, attracting the world’s most innovative chefs, eager to whet the palate of the most dynamic, diverse and experimental audience in the country. We sat down to talk L.A. cuisine with the founder of Bombet Hospitality Group, Stephane Bombet, the man behind some of the most acclaimed restaurants in the… Read more


Best Avant-Garde, All-Day Breakfasts In L.A.

Mar. 15, 2016
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Experimental chefs all around Los Angeles are shaking up traditional breakfast recipes and serving them all day long to satiate flexible appetites. Angelenos, particularly those engaged in creative endeavors, enjoy the freedom to shuffle up breakfast and business routines, and it’s transforming L.A.’s breakfast scene. We condensed The New York Times food writer Jeff Gordinier’s… 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


Off The Menu In L.A.

Nov. 5, 2015
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There’s a new app in town and it’s called Off The Menu, giving foodies access to secret menus at restaurants in 15 cities across North America. We searched the app for our top pick’s from some of our favorite hot-spots around the city. For pasta lovers: Boa’s Spaghetti & Meatballs, a hefty plate of spaghetti with… Read more


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