If you’re in search of the best (but still affordable) burger in Los Angeles, you should take a chance on HiHo Cheeseburger, a critically-acclaimed, fast-casual restaurant that prides itself on being the only burger joint that offers exclusively grass-fed, grass-finished wagyu beef. HiHo Cheeseburger, winner of the People’s Choice Award for the best burger at … Continue reading Review: Hi Ho Cheeseburger
If your New Year’s resolution this 2019 is to be more adventurous, you might want to consider trying new cuisines. For a unique meal, stop at Solidarity, a Polish eatery with a patio bar. This restaurant, located on Lincoln Boulevard in Santa Monica, was founded by Polish immigrant and chef Elina O'Lague in 1979. Solidarity … Continue reading Review: Solidarity Restaurant
This October in Los Angeles has been hot, and to beat the heat, why not eat some ice cream from a chic and modern witches’ brew? Cauldron Ice Cream’s second location that just opened in September is located in Artesia, California and is a rather far “broomstick flight” from West Los Angeles, but their smooth … Continue reading Review: Cauldron Ice Cream
Any New West student knows that September and October are always hot. What’s a better way to withstand the heat than to cool off with a delectable scoop of ice cream! I would consider Carmela Ice Cream Co. on Third Street near the Grove to be one of the best ice creameries in Los Angeles. … Continue reading Review: Carmela Ice Cream Co.
Los Angeles may be short on water, but it’s certainly not short on taco places. For Angelenos looking for a new taco restaurant, I recommend B.S. Taqueria on 7th Street in Downtown L.A. Chef Ray Garcia takes an untraditional approach to tacos, drawing his inspiration from Los Angeles culture. If you’re looking for a new … Continue reading Discover LA: B.S. Taqueria