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Pat Saperstein
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Lived in paris
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A new burger destination!
The signature Shackburger: cheese, tomato, lettuce and Shacksauce Angelenos are highly faithful to their In 'n Out Burgers, but they're also accepting of burger innovation like Umami Burger. So hopefully we won't feel too com...
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L.A. sets a high bar for Thai food...
Tamarind whiskey sour From the start, Pok Pok has been in a tough place in L.A. Owner Andy Ricker kind of confused everyone first with a ticketed reservation policy via Tock that seemed appropriate only for a wildly popular p...
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If you've ever hesitated about going to Mexico City, at least read this first.
Upstairs at El Pendulo bookstore Despite my love of Mexican food and several great trips to Tijuana and Ensenada, I have to admit I hadn't really been dying to visit Mexico City. I assumed it was impossibly congested with cra...
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Don't like food much? Then Soylent is for you!
Soylent 2.0 comes in a plain white bottle. I'm probably the last person in the world to be a good customer for Soylent, the meal replacement drink beloved by coders who refuse to leave their computers long enough to even gree...
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Behold the antique glow of Clifton's Cafeteria.
The re-opening of Clifton's in downtown L.A. is one of the biggest events of the year, for everyone from tiki cocktail aficionados to historic preservationists to downtown revitalization advocates (ok, there's a lot of overla...
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Ever have a craving for Pot</b>'s kimchi-fried rice, but you're so fried from work you absolutely can't move a muscle, except for the one that opens an app on your phone? Or how about cheezy short rib ramen? Chef and serial e...
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(Casbah Cafe photo courtesy of Harriet's Tomato) There was a time when the Casbah Cafe seemed like the kind of place I might stop in every day on the way to work and find a crowd of regulars. Local artist Jon Huck was usually...
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Buen provecho! A few things to know when eating in Mexico City.
There's so much to see and taste in Mexico City that a few days is barely enough to scratch the surface. One thing I realized on my first visit there last week is that you can do sightseeing, walking and museums or you can tr...
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Here's a story I did for EaterLA timed to the recent re-opening of Clifton's about some of Los Angeles' craziest early theme restaurants, from pirates to jails to questionable African fried chicken huts. Read the full story a...
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Caterer Marcos Rodriguez, a Wolfgang Puck alum, has opened PopKitch in an Alvarado St. mini-mall. It serves as the headquarters for his catering operation, convenient to Downtown L.A. offices as well as to Silver Lake and Ech...
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What's a Baroo? It's new to you, said Dr. Seuss
If you are driving east on Santa Monica Blvd. and you overshoot the mini-mall that is home to Baroo, "a free-style experimental kitchen" of Korean-influenced fermented foods, you will probably find parking just a little ways ...
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Get to Mare while the nights are still warm...
This month's Larchmont Ledger review was Maré on Melrose. Go to the neighborhood paper's website to see how many forks it got. To find the sweet little hidden restaurant Maré, start at Greenspan's Grilled Cheese shop on Melro...
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  • University of California, Los Angeles
    communications
  • Sonoma State University
    management
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  • Variety
  • Le Film Francais
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paris - berkeley - malibu - silver lake - santa rosa, ca - south pasadena, ca - hollywood
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