When walking the streets of Dublin near Trinity College, turn onto Grafton Street and you’ll be greeted by the bronze statue of legendary 17th century fishmonger, Molly Malone. A character from the late 19th century song Cockles and Mussels, Malone was a beautiful but impoverished woman who made her living by walking the streets of Dublin selling shellfish from a cart. Continue Reading →
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One evening seated bar-side at Cole’s P.E. Buffet, I overheard the bartender mention Philippe’s to a customer. The barman was explaining that according to hallowed tradition, there are two places in Downtown Los Angeles (Philippe’s and Cole’s) that lay claim to being the inventor of the French Dip sandwich. Continue Reading →
Sure we’ve seen it in Swingers, Anchorman, That Thing You Do and others (Two Jakes anyone?), but perhaps the reason folks continue flocking to The Dresden has to do with the lively atmosphere, strong drinks and time warp décor all set to the dulcet tones of Marty and Elayne’s nightly jam. Continue Reading →
Some historic eating enthusiasts may view the exterior of George Petrelli’s Steak House, scratch their head and wonder: “Is that roof really blue tile?”, “Is this a Chinese restaurant?”, “The sign proclaims it’s an Italian-American Steakhouse, open for 80 years no less, but I’ll be damned if it looks it…” And so on and so on. Continue Reading →
For those of you whose tastes for mixed drinks include those of the “exotic” variety, Tiki Ti is essential visiting. Located on a stretch of Sunset Boulevard between Los Feliz Village and Sunset Junction, Tiki Ti has been serving up tasty concoctions since April of 1961. Continue Reading →
Finest faux English decorations and Korean fried chicken in town!
Formerly the Windsor Restaurant, this location is now goes by a different name (The Prince) but it retains all the marks of a Koreatown classic. Continue Reading →
There are few restaurants in Los Angeles that continue to look and feel like they would have fifty or sixty years ago. Either the menus change or the interiors are “improved”, and that certain something disappears, sometimes forever. Continue Reading →
“What goes around comes around,” applies in spades to the newly updated and very classy Los Angeles Athletic Club. The recent rush of new restaurants and bars to the area is surely a boon for the stately LAAC, poised since 1912 on the corner of Seventh and Olive in the heart of the Historic Core. Continue Reading →
One of the oldest steak houses in Los Angeles, the Buggy Whip has been serving up steak, lobster, drinks and more in Westchester since 1949. If you haven’t checked this place out before, be sure to stop on by next time you’re heading to or from LAX, you won’t regret it. Continue Reading →