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14 November, 2011

California Trip 2011, Day 5: Chinatown in the Rain, Staples Center, and Bouchon

Posted in : Dining in Los Angeles - CA, Restaurants, Travel, Travel Guide for Los Angeles, CA on by : The Gourmez

On our fifth day in California, it rained. And rained. And rained. Downtown LA isn’t the most fun or convenient place to be in the pouring rain; I think it’s fair to make that claim of any large downtown. But I had a mission that hadn’t been fulfilled yet, and this was our last day
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7 November, 2011

California Trip 2011, Day 4: Tiara Café, Little Tokyo, and the Barbacoa

Posted in : Dining in Los Angeles - CA, Mezcal, Restaurants, Sake, Shochu, Travel, Travel Guide for Los Angeles, CA on by : The Gourmez

On my second day downtown, and fourth day in LA, my sister joined me for sightseeing and face shoveling dining. We took advantage of DineLA! week to try out a spot called Tiara Café, roughly ten blocks from my hotel. It’s going for a hipster aesthetic with a focus on market-fresh, healthy ingredients and the
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31 October, 2011

California Trip 2011, Day 3: Downtown LA and Bottega Louie

Posted in : Dining in Los Angeles - CA, Restaurants, Travel, Travel Guide for Los Angeles, CA on by : The Gourmez

The morning of Day 3 found me in bed at the Ritz-Milner on Flower St. in downtown Los Angeles.  Quick note on the hotel: it’s a very affordable option for downtown LA, and for the price ($90/night), it’s a good deal as well. The Ritz-Milner is an older hotel, no doubt—the walls need better scrubbing,
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24 October, 2011

California Trip 2011, Days 1 & 2: Playa del Rey, the Grove, Santa Monica, and Malibu

Posted in : Dining in Los Angeles - CA, Restaurants, Travel, Travel Guide for Los Angeles, CA on by : The Gourmez

Ben and I spent the first two weeks of October in California, using the Adobe Max conference as an excuse for me to be back home, visiting friends and family in Los Angeles and Santa Cruz. First stop was my sister’s new pad on the beach at Playa del Rey. Let me tell you folks;
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