Brunch at R-Bar, Hawaiian Food and Swag: This Week's Top Food Stories

Brunch at R-Bar, Hawaiian Food and Swag: This Week's Top Food Stories
Trejo's Tacos

Koreatown seems to take the cake on the best neighborhood for food this week. But, you still can't forget our list of the coolest restaurant t-shirts and the most delicious Hawaiian food around. Check out L.A. Weekly's roundup of the top food stories this week.

7 Restaurant T-Shirts Cool Enough to Actually Wear
Usually the only real interaction between food and clothes are reserved for messy eaters, but with this generation of chefs, somms and suppliers, industry swag has reached a whole new level.

Read the full L.A. Weekly story here.

Brunch at R-Bar, Hawaiian Food and Swag: This Week's Top Food Stories
Flickr/Sam Howzit

The Best Hawaiian Food in Los Angeles
There has long been a Hawaiian population in Los Angeles County, especially in the South Bay. But there's been an increased interest in all things Hawaiian-inspired in L.A. lately, especially in the realm of food.

Read the full L.A. Weekly story here.

Brunch at R-Bar, Hawaiian Food and Swag: This Week's Top Food Stories
Anne Fishbein

Restaurant Review: Pickles, Mai Tais and Morrissey at Koreatown Haunt Here’s Looking at You 
Here's Looking at You, like an increasing number of compelling places to eat in Koreatown, is not a Korean restaurant. 

Read the full L.A. Weekly story here.

Brunch at R-Bar, Hawaiian Food and Swag: This Week's Top Food Stories
Juliet Bennett Rylah

Koreatown’s R Bar Secretly Has A Great Brunch
Going to brunch is a weekend ritual for a lot of people in Los Angeles, and there is no shortage of cute restaurants with sunny patios and "elevated" menus to choose from. And then there is R Bar. Yes, R Bar, that long-standing, not-quite-a-dive on Eighth and Irolo in Koreatown, where you have a blurry memory of singing something embarrassing at karaoke. It's not your typical brunch joint, but it is worth ducking into.

Read the full L.A. Weekly story here.

Brunch at R-Bar, Hawaiian Food and Swag: This Week's Top Food Stories
Tessa Neustadt

Cafe Birdie Brings Cal-Med New American and Craft Cocktails to Highland Park
Now Highland Park gets its very own "Cal-Med neighborhood bistro,"  complete with "seasonally driven menu of small and large plates," craft cocktails, and "an immersive space that envelops the visitor in color and texture, transporting them to a whole different world.”

Read the full L.A. Weekly story here.


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