Orange County Sensation Heritage Barbecue Is Opening a Taco Shop This Summer
Eater Los Angeles
by Cathy Chaplin
2d ago
Smoked brisket tacos from the forthcoming Les Brisket Hut in Santa Ana. | Ron De Angelis Find smoked meat tacos and natural wines at Les Brisket Hut in Santa Ana come June The wife-and-husband duo behind the immensely popular Heritage Barbecue in San Juan Capistrano is opening a new Orange County restaurant this summer called Les Brisket Hut. Brenda and Daniel Castillo envision a casual taco-shop-meets-wine-bar operation serving a succinct menu of tacos featuring Heritage’s signature Texas-style smoked beef brisket tucked into handmade beef tallow tortillas. Les Brisket Hut will be located ins ..read more
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Dive Into a Bangkok Feast at Hollywood’s White-Hot Thai Night Market
Eater Los Angeles
by Kat Thompson
2d ago
The Srisaket stall wok-fires Thai classics including pad kra pao, pad see ew, and fried rice. At Siam brings bustling Bangkok vibes, delectable food vendors, and a sense of community to Los Angeles Anything can happen in Hollywood, including a lively Thai night market being plucked straight out of Bangkok and plopped onto the middle of Cahuenga Boulevard. The scent of grilled pork skewers and wok-fried chiles permeates the air, while string lights reminiscent of the lanterns dotting the Chao Phraya River hang overhead. The familiar sounds of a band covering the Bee Gees with an ever-so-slight ..read more
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Cool Food Pop-Ups to Check Out This Week in Los Angeles: February 23
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by Rebecca Roland
2d ago
Hot Water Bagels. | Hot Water Bagels. Wood-fired pizzas, smoky lamb meatballs, fresh-baked bagels, and more Some of LA’s most exciting meals can be found on the back patio of a wine bar or under an EZ-up on a neighborhood corner. Pop-ups are ingrained in the dining culture of the Southland, whether they’re a preview of a more permanent space or just a one-off. This is a guide to new and ongoing pop-ups around town. Have a pop-up that should be on this list? Email us at la@eater.com. Upcoming Hot Water Bagels at Tilda Hot Water Bagels is hosting a bagel brunch at Tilda on February 24 in collabo ..read more
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In a Pasadena Strip Mall, Crispy, Honeyed Fried Chicken With Indonesian Roots and Hawaiian Flavor
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by Lisa Kwon
2d ago
An array of Indonesian and Hawaiian dishes from Top Restaurant in Pasadena. At Pasadena’s 35-year-old Top Restaurant, magic happens when chef Riko Yuriko drops battered chicken into the fryer At Pasadena’s 35-year-old Top Restaurant, magic happens when chef-owner Riko Yuriko drops chicken into a hot, low-sputtering fryer. A constellation of oil droplets erupts from the battered chicken as it penetrates the oil’s surface. The generous poultry pieces, marinated for 12 hours in a homemade brine of kecap manis (sweet soy sauce), garlic, and other secret ingredients, crackle and brown until they de ..read more
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Restaurants to Try This Weekend in Los Angeles: February 23
Eater Los Angeles
by Eater Staff
2d ago
For the brightest Peruvian cooking in Culver City: Ceviche Stop. | Cathy Chaplin Your handy guide on where to eat from the editors at Eater LA Every Friday our editors compile a trusty list of recommendations to answer the most pressing of questions: “Where should I eat?“ Here now are four places to check out this weekend in Los Angeles. And if you need some ideas on where to drink, here’s our list of the hottest places to get cocktails in town. For the brightest Peruvian cooking in Culver City: Ceviche Stop Cathy Chaplin For the brightest Peruvian cooking in Culver City: Ceviche Stop. Located ..read more
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Los Angeles County Sues Delivery Giant Grubhub, Alleging Deceptive Business Practices
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by Rebecca Roland
2d ago
LA County sued Grubhub alleging unfair and deceptive business practices this week. | Photo by Leonardo Munoz/VIEWpress The lawsuit alleges bait-and-switch practices that “deceive consumers, take advantage of restaurants, and exploit the drivers who work hard to provide a valued service” On Wednesday, February 21, Los Angeles County filed a lawsuit on behalf of the people of the State of California against delivery giant Grubhub, alleging that the company engaged in false advertising and deceptive business practices. The complaint contains multiple allegations, including that Grubhub uses bait ..read more
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LA’s Indie Filet-O-Fish Era Is Nowhere Near Over
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by Rebecca Roland
2d ago
Caviar fish sandwich at Daybird. | Illustration by Lille Allen; image by Daybird There are so many fish sandwiches in the sea What defines a fish sandwich? Some might say it’s the titular fish, fried until crispy and bedded on a soft bun, or the melted cheese, which stretches far over the edges of the filet. Others might argue it’s the rich, vinegary pat of tartar sauce often spread on both sides of the sandwich. Ultimately, what comes to mind is probably some version of the McDonald’s Filet-O-Fish, which was invented by Lou Groen in 1962 in response to Roman-Catholic diners not wanting to eat ..read more
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This Pasadena Pasta Shop Just Flipped Into a Cozy Italian American Deli
Eater Los Angeles
by Cathy Chaplin
3d ago
Inside Ferrazzani’s Pasta & Market in Pasadena. | Ferrazzani’s Pasta & Market Plus, meet the Hot Dog Queen, roasted duck in Thai Town, and more Leah Ferrazzani, the owner of the locally made Semolina Artisanal Pasta, recently flipped her Pasadena pasta shop into a full-blown Italian American deli called Ferrazzani’s Pasta & Market. While the shop previously sold Semonlina’s line of dried pasta, Italian ices, and paper-wrapped sandwiches filled with salami, mortadella, and artichokes, as well as specialty food products from local and imported purveyors, the latest additions include ..read more
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Long Beach’s Buzziest New Restaurant Is Hidden Inside an Art Gallery
Eater Los Angeles
by Brian Addison
4d ago
Find chef Eugene Santiago’s Filipino-inflected restaurant Union inside Compound One of Long Beach’s most notable newcomers is the restaurant Union located inside Compound, a nonprofit cultural and community space with an art gallery in the Zaferia neighborhood. Behind the stoves is Eugene Santiago, chef and founder of the Southeast Asian fusion pop-up Baryo. Union’s menu is full of playful dishes, like a riff on Spanish papas brava made with cassava, charred broccolini, and radicchio. Bartender Stephanie Butchko’s cocktail menu incorporates ingredients like pandan, Sichuan pepper, lemongrass ..read more
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Josiah Citrin Suddenly Closed His Swanky West Hollywood Steakhouse
Eater Los Angeles
by Rebecca Roland
4d ago
Porterhouse steak from Charcoal Sunset. | Dylan + Jeni Plus, Carly Rae Jepsen’s favorite LA bakery, national margarita day, and more Josiah Citrin’s second Charcoal location in West Hollywood suddenly closed on Saturday, February 17 after less than a year of operation. Citrin provided Eater with the following statement regarding the permanent suspension of service: After delays and extreme changes to the cost of doing business over the last couple of years, especially in West Hollywood, it is a real bummer, to say the least, that we had to make the difficult decision to suspend operations at ..read more
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