Tom2: still watching volleyball and byu is ripping penn st apart since I have your attention I put Bite Nite on my birthday/christmas wish list, sooooo if you wanna take me out somewhere
They’re the hottest tickets in town.
But only LA Times members can get them. The Los Angeles Times has a very special evening
planned for its members. Restaurant critic
Jonathan Gold has handpicked more than 20
restaurants to please your palate as you sample your
way through some of L.A.’s signature dishes. This
intimate event is sure to sell out fast — don’t
miss this unique opportunity.
Corazon y Miel
The Hart & the Hunter
La Casita Mexicana
Meals by Genet
Night + Market
Tar & Roses
*Subject to change.
River Blue: despite us talking at the same time yesterday at Einstein Bros in Pasadena I actually remembered to take both sides of the bagel I wolfed down. Check out this bagel picture: http://youthopian.tumblr.com/post/45387554906/omg-love-this-so-much-one-of-my-fav-dishes
River Blue: this is it of my struggling attempt in being a food photographer blogger. It was good to see you yesterday afternoon in Pasadena.
-a posting I saw earlier this evening http://youthopian.tumblr.com/post/45387554906/omg-love-this-so-much-one-of-my-fav-dishes
Oh man…carbo load(so what if that’s a no-no nowdays…it’s not like I eat like this everyday) at Maria’s Italian Kitchen in downtown L.A.
- Spaghetti Marinara
- Penne with Meat Sauce
- Fettuccine Alfredo
- Angel Hair Pesto
- Linguine Bolognese
- Baked Ziti…
$15 All U Can Eat Pasta Special!
If you are running in the L.A. Marathon, or if you are supporting someone who is, you are invited to come enjoy all you can eat pasta and bread at Maria’s Italian Kitchen, Downtown
Dine in only!
Friday, March 15 – Sunday, March 17
Hong and Rice Cake3: hi, read your dm tweets and go to Islands restaurant on Sunday. Do something different. Just a suggestion. Go 49ers!
-pic from Islands Restaurant FB pg and yeah…even friends and “friends” don’t hold back with their opinions if you disagree with them(and i’m/you’re not being nasty about it) and seem impatient where they’re in a flurry to express their irate thoughts by sending it to me(you) by e-mail or post it publicly to their pesonal site or your personal site it’s so ugly, unbecoming and downright rude and unfortunately that type of behavior is so common and most of all acceptable
Mike V: Here’s my suggestion where to take your foodie cousin this weekend and that would be Disneyland. I’m serious. from OC Weekly, “Good Eats @ Disneyland” http://www.ocweekly.com/slideshow/good-eats-disneyland-38569332/ http://www.ocweekly.com/slideshow/good-eats-disneyland-38569332/#8 Flickr User Amanda Beth Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, especially when your waffles come in the shape of Mickey Mouse.
Marisa Pl - one day or night we should have Happy Hour. Take a look at this drink made at Astaria restaurant up in San Mateo. G’night and Happy Friday.
from downtown san mateo’s facebook pg: I just went to Astaria Restaurant and Bar for drinks and appetizers last night. The bartender was awesome, the ambiance was nice and the appetizers were yummy - we had sauteed vegetables. I’m going back for dinner - what should I order?
Janet1 and Coffee Fix2: It’s Friday and I wonder what time zone was the End of the World was suppose to happen. All three of us have a major sweet tooth. One of my Facebook connections had a bento dessert box at Nobu(must be the one in Hawai’i).
What you see in the picture would be in my dessert bento box. Look at the cannoli’s!
-this is what was written in my fb’s connection page, “We so enjoyed dinner at Nobu’s at FSMBH last night. The restaurant’s renovation is a big improvement. Loved the decor, the dining chairs & the staff was really on top of it! The Food~~~amazing….we like the freshness of vegetables and the citrus flavors was onolious!! Price is not outrageous, it’s about the same any other restaurant. The dessert “Bento Box” was the right size….I finished it :)”
-picture from flickr member cathy.scola,
Project 366 - 12/15/2012 - 350/366
Spent the day baking. Made some soft caramels, some toffee, chocolate brownie bites with caramel filling & ganache topping, plus some homemade cannoli.
Eric9: I’m full of last second pitches. Have spaghetti and meatballs tonight. See previous posts. Leave now, get stuck in traffic jam, don’t eat local and head down to Mama D’s in Manhattan Beach for spaghetti and meatballs. Check out the next snapshot in the following post. This snapshot and the next one is how my food pics(?) turn out. Makes me feel kinda good.
pic and info from flickr member joyce_l:
this picture won’t do it justice. please go and try it yourself. love their freshly made lobster & crab ravioli in pink sauce and bread (served with garlic olive oil).
but don’t expect too much on their food presentation and restaurant’s ambience though. it’s a family style restaurant offers friendly service.
1125 manhattan ave
manhattan Beach, ca 90266
Ricecakes: Happy Tuesday evening. It’s test tasting chili night. I’m reposting e-mails. Here’s a list to discuss among your family, us, friends, “friends” and even your buddies. ;-) I’m sure this list will start a fire where many will agree or disagree with Matthew Kang. On the other hand I think this will come in handy when we don’t know what to do in our hometown and want to check out other neighborhoods. Look forward to what you think of Eater LA/Kang’s guide.
Los Angeles is a diverse city, especially with regard to its cuisine. As a true cultural melting pot, a compilation of LA’s the best sandwiches wouldn’t be complete without several ethnic representations. There are still many more sandwiches to add, but as the first edition, this one does touch on many different types: deli, Italian, Cuban, farm-to-table, classic American, even Persian and Korean. Without further ado, Eater presents a selection of the city’s best sandwiches.