@g_sny

  • @g_sny
    11 August, 2018

    RT @nmillions: I applaud anyone who steps into this position. Covering L.A. in an engaging, meaningful way, w/out stereotypes & kale jokes…

  • @g_sny
    10 August, 2018

    @Rafeboogs Arko is insane. So much to choose from. Also, go Rain or Shine!

  • @g_sny
    10 August, 2018

    Wild stuff! this is going to be fun. congrats @tejalrao !!! https://t.co/jhzOBQkBDm

  • @g_sny
    7 August, 2018

    Woohoo! just discovered my story for @tastecooking got an honorable mention in Best American Food 2018!! many thank… https://t.co/k3mQk2s2uw

  • @g_sny
    30 July, 2018

    this is true everywhere but ESPECIALLY in LA https://t.co/qSZJxwzlnb

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Garrett Snyder

Garrett Snyder

Garrett Snyder is a food writer and cookbook author based in Los Angeles whose work has appeared in outlets such as the L.A. Times, Los Angeles magazine, Tasting Table, Punch, GQ and KCRW. He enjoys tiki drinks and Taco Tuesdays.

Latest Stories

  • 11 months ago

    One of L.A.'s most visceral food pleasures involves driving a few miles southeast of USC, where two of the city's best taco vendors — Tacos los Poblanos Estilo Tijuana at Avalon and Slauson, and the colloquially named Tire Shop Taqueria on A...

  • 1 year ago | L.A. Restaurants

    Plus, some of the best grits in the city.

  • 2 years ago | Mexican Cuisine

    The lesson here: good things happen near (open) borders.

  • 2 years ago | L.A. Restaurants

    With these restaurants and many others, Los Angeles proved once again in 2016 that it's up to the task of maintaining its newfound respect in the culinary world, and can easily retain the title of America's most interesting dining scene.

  • 2 years ago

    In a seemingly unremarkable strip-mall restaurant, three blocks south of the tourist-mobbed clusterfuck that is Hollywood and Highland, sits a hypnotizing, Phuket-style curry brimming with blue crab. Adapted from a recipe by co-owner Noree Pla's m...

  • 2 years ago

    In its first five days of business in April, Howlin' Ray's sold more than 1,500 pounds of hot chicken. Inside the cramped brick-and-mortar location of the popular Nashville-inspired fried chicken food truck, you'll find a few counters, a handful o...

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