A trip around the world throughout Los Angeles. With so any cultures and traditions represented in the city, this Guide is devoted to giving your palate some serious adventure.
A Beverly Hills staple! Lunch is best when you want a deli sandwich and that feeling of stepping back in time to a traditional deli. Try: Turkey on rye.
Where I ordered many after 8p take-outs of pad Thai and Tom Kum Kai soup! Not the best you'll ever eat but its good! Family owned and operated.
Dark and sometimes questionable, it's where you go for some over-the-top decor and a margarita. Always a celeb spotting at night, order the enchiladas.
Seriously you stand in line! This experience is worth the 2am line for a chili dog or my favorite: Chicago dog. Eat well and enjoy the late night talks w strangers doing the same.
A kosher meal with incredibly great service, bakery (the pretzel is beyond good!), and recipes for some at-home discovery. Order the Schwar-guez and cous cous Maison.
Happy Hour: belle glos wine, smoked magi mahi tacos, fries (really) + Kids Crispy Tenders w cucumber, tomato, and rice. Bug island ebi roll, Seated outside, the GM Eddie took care of us!
Open LATE! Adventurous sushi, a blend of everything from Japanese to American cuisine. It's the curry vegetable bowl (let it crisp in the stone bowl) that is worth the trip. The ambiance is authentic, worth a cocktail, and did I mention it's open late? That's a rarity in the OC!