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  • Magnolia House’s “Cool” Hot Summer Cocktails

    Pasadena weather is always 10-15 degrees hotter than Los Angeles – this summer add “hotter” cool cocktails to the description. The little bungalow bar, Magnolia House, has already earned a reputation for being tranquil and cozy with unique small plates and craft cocktails.   Now brand new Bar Manager, Brian Klemm’s “...

  • Angelenos “Live & Dine” 2015

    Of the multitude of weekly food events that take place in Los Angeles, Angeleno magazine’s Live & Dine LA remains among the top five of the year, setting a high bar and always flying over it.  The event takes place this year on September 20 at the Miramar hotel. Last year it lived up to its […]...

  • Salsa Festival Puts the Ethnic Sizzle into Oxnard Summer

      (Gerry Furth-Sides) The professional division of the salsa competition introduced the first “taste” of festival excitement for this summer’s Salsa Festival in Oxnard. (photo credit Ken Jones) For the third year in a row, on a dusty and hot afternoon, the professional competition took place right across the par...

  • At India’s Clay Pit: (Don’t) Take my Chicken Tikka Masala. Please.

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Chicken Tikka Masala, Chicken Tikka Masala. Chicken Tikka Masala. The most frequently ordered dish in an Indian Restaurant continues oddly on, especially since it is not even really Indian. And there are so many other dishes to try. So why not “Take a  different authentic dish instead.“ The new India’s...

  • Mexicano Rules

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Exceptional Los Angeles Eastside restaurants usually stay a well-kept secret and so it was with La Casita Mexicana in Bell (all of about 3 miles from downtown L.A. ) for the bold, traditional dishes and the Latin hospitality of charismatic chefs Jaime Martin del Campo and Ramiro Arvizu (www.tienditamex.com...

  • Best “Holy” Mole and Other Heavenly Dishes at Aro Latin

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Rocio Camacho’s Oaxacan moles may have made the reputation at the year-old Aro Latin Restaurant for a year now (above  Sopes de Certo stylishly hones together recently fashionable pork belly, orange marinade, achiote. trendy pork belly version above), but the outstanding fish plates (overseen by owner K...

  • Stylish Halal in Indias Restaurant in Silverlake

    Los Angeles holds the title of being the most culinary diverse city in the world. The area now also holds the most diverse Muslim population in the United States, which means that a variety of restaurants serve halal dishes, such as the relatively new India’s Restaurant on the eastside in Silverlake, and the long-time award-wi...

  • Chipotle’s New “Friend or Faux” Game

    Wonder what you’re eating at a fast food or fast service when you order? Chipotle Mexican Grill answers that question with “Friend or Faux” – an integrated-marketing campaign and interactive digital experience that invites consumers to learn about the differences between Chipotle’s ingredien...

  • Lum-Ka-Naad – “Delicious”in Any Language Now

    (Gerry Furth-Sides) Lum-Ka-Naad, fittingly translates into “delicious,” a popular expression to honor cooks in Northern Thailand.  I first visited owner Alex Sonbalee on a rainy winter night years ago, writing him up  as much for his irrepressible joy at sharing his northern and southern Thai dishes as the wonderf...

  • Modo Mio Celebrates 30th Anniversary

    Modo Mio in Pacific Palisades celebrates 30 years as a rustic Mediterranean dining room, intimate and friendly, serving familiar, refined, northern Italian dishes made from scratch from a loyal staff of almost as many decades.  The culinary journey takes diners from Val d’Aosta and the famous Piemonte to Lombardia, Ven...

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