• 4 Restaurants to Order Takeout From This Weekend in LA
    by Eater Staff on September 18, 2020 at 7:32 pm

    Fish turmeric banh mi from Carrots and Daikon in Westminster | Matthew Kang Eat well and stay safe while supporting Los Angeles’s vibrant restaurant scene Every Friday our editors compile a trusty list of recommendations to answer the most pressing of questions: “Where should I eat?“ Here now are four places to get takeout this weekend. A number of LA restaurants have resumed outdoor dine-in. However, this article should not be taken as endorsement for dining in, as there are still […]

  • Scotch Bonnet Peppers and Indian Spices Amp Up This Trinidadian Truck’s Street Fare
    by Jim Thurman on September 18, 2020 at 5:39 pm

    Latoya Garcia holds oxtails from Trinistyle | Wonho Frank Lee On weekdays, Merlin Garcia works for the city’s public safety department. On Saturdays, however, she’ll traverse freeways in her Trinistyle Cuisine truck. Bass-heavy music booms from a parked white Infiniti sedan with custom white rims. A small canteen-style truck with an eye-catching red-and-white checkerboard paint job is parked behind a canopy tent filled with activity. Merlin Garcia assembles Trinidadian doubles onto […]

  • 20 Essential Breakfast Burritos in Los Angeles
    by Farley Elliott on September 18, 2020 at 5:09 pm

    Chili cheese fries and breakfast burrito at Lucky Boy | Wonho Frank Lee LA’s favorite breakfast meal, always There are few more satisfying starts to any day than a delicious breakfast burrito. Laced with eggs, (usually, but not always) meat, and add-ins like cheese, avocado, salsa, and more, each is its own unique LA offering meant to start the day off on steady ground. And while the ingredients usually stick to a familiar rhythm the styles differ greatly, including options for […]

  • LA County Supervisors Approve $10 Million Grant For Breweries Impacted by Coronavirus
    by Mona Holmes on September 17, 2020 at 10:08 pm

    Border X Brewery | Wonho Frank Lee The grant was passed this week, but will it be enough for LA County’s breweries and wineries? On Tuesday, September 15, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a $10 million grant designed to help breweries, wineries, and small businesses that were forced to close or limit operations earlier this year due to California’s pandemic-era mandates. At present, Los Angeles County is the only county in California to ban breweries and wineries from […]

  • New Podcast Investigation Details Adam Perry Lang’s Stint as Jeffrey Epstein’s Private Chef
    by Matthew Kang on September 17, 2020 at 9:35 pm

    Adam Perry Lang attends a dinner series at the Core Club Gallery in New York City in 2018 | Photo by Kris Connor/Getty Images for NYCWFF Lang says he is cooperating with federal investigators on the Epstein sex trafficking case LA chef Adam Perry Lang, owner of APL restaurant in Hollywood, is the subject of the most recent episode of Broken: Seeking Justice, a podcast by Tara Palmeri investigating billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein’s sex-trafficking ring. The investigation is now […]