Koreatown is without a doubt one of the most fascinating and fast-changing neighborhoods in Los Angeles. It’s a place where the delicious smells of all-you-can-eat KBBQ waif past exclusive and hidden speakeasies. Where fancy cocktail bars sit right next to (and sometimes even within) hard-partying karaoke joints. It’s old and new, traditional and modern, foreign and familiar. With all of this in mind, maybe it … Continue reading Poppin’ Bottles of Bubbly…from a Vending Machine!!
No matter what the calendar may say, summer doesn’t really begin in L.A. until July fourth. The gloom of June has at last burned off and temperatures are on the rise. In this city, the Fourth of July — beloved by pyromaniacs, despised by canines — is the sun’s official coming out party and it is celebrated in every neighborhood with a quintessential American tradition … Continue reading July 4th BBQ Bash at Marina del Rey Hotel
Sometimes a girl craves some meat, and even though Chop Daddy’s on Abbott Kinney in Venice is right next to the healthiest place ever – Kreation Kafe, you find yourself drawn to the aroma of brisket and craving a hearty sandwich. Chop Daddys, just blocks from the beach, makes all its rubs and sauces, and smokes all its meats in-house by their Pitmaster, Eric Solton. Eric … Continue reading Satisfying BBQ at Chop Daddy’s; Now on the Road