2 days ago | Deals & Freebies
For the last ten years, Michael Cimarusti's Melrose Avenue restaurant Providence has been one of L.A.'s most cherished places to dine. Inspired by the chef's New England upbringing, it's one of the few places in L.A. that has earned two Miche...
L.A.'s Whiskey Scene Sucks, How We Ruined the Bacon-Wrapped Hot Dog, Solo Jazz Cups and More: This Week in Food5 days ago | Food in the Media
Eater's resident whiskey expert flew out to Los Angeles recently expecting to drink her way through the whiskey scene and discovered (as a quick Google search probably could have done) that it is really really sad. Not just sad, but straight up no...
5 days ago | Events
Ever miss the good ol' elementary-school days when stacks of pizza boxes would materialize on a classroom table and dozens of grubby, hungry hands would dig in to the carb-and-cheese goodness until all that was left was crumbs? The L.A. Pizza Soci...
6 days ago | Beer
One of Northern California's largest and most important craft breweries is building major roots in Los Angeles. Lagunitas Brewing Company, from Petaluma, Calif. — known for its hoppy pilsner, amber ale and IPAs — announced via its owner's Twitter ...
7 days ago | Delis
My dad was a rye-bread kind of guy, which I noticed during a half-dozen childhood summers spent tagging along to his business meetings at Jewish delis throughout L.A. Most of the time I would sit silently eating my half of a pastrami on rye (or re...
8 days ago | Coffee
In a specialty beverage world so consumed with process, it's a miracle there are any mysteries left. Anyone can find out how their cold brew got from bean to keg, which whiskey barrels their imperial stout was aged in or how their mixologist made ...