Sarah Bennett is the food editor at the L.A. Weekly and has spent nearly a decade as a freelance writer covering food, music, craft beer, arts, culture and all sorts of bizarro things that interest her for local, regional and national publications.
3 hours ago | Food News
Didja hear? That new Whole Foods in Silver Lake isn't actually going to be a Whole Foods at all. It's going to be the first location of "365 by Whole Foods Market," the company's cheaper version of Whole Foods, geared towards cost-conscious millen...
1 day ago | Coffee
One of the defining features of L.A.’s food scene is the willingness of talented newcomers to set up shop in unorthodox venues – from Kogi to Wolvesmouth (nay, Sharksteeth) to LudoBites to Starry Kitchen, some of the city’s best food has been born...
2 days ago | Beer
Your eyes are not playing tricks on you. Those aluminum cans in the photo above are much bigger than the 12-ounce ones you find in your average six-pack. They're 32-ounce cans to be exact, and they were filled with fresh beer directly from the tap...
3 days ago | Asian Cuisine
It's been six months since perpetual pop-up Starry Kitchen failed to reach an ambitious $500,000 Kickstarter goal (dubbed "#saveourballs) and was forced to serve its last orders of Singaporean chili crab, pandan churros and crispy tofu balls....
3 days ago | Brunch
They say that breakfast is the most important meal, but we'd like to challenge that assertion. In the spirit of starting the day with enough decadence and booze to last you through night time, the L.A. Weekly has replaced our annual Pancake Breakf...
7 days ago | Food News
Let's get the bad news out of the way: a lot of L.A. restaurants are closing up this summer. From long-running institutions like 22-year-old Alegria on Sunset and West Hollywood's decades-old French Market Place to Hostaria del Piccolo and sm...