Articles in the “food” category

How People Are Planning To Feed Students If LAUSD Teachers Strike

How People Are Planning To Feed Students If LAUSD Teachers Strike

Sandwiches for students. Tacos for teachers. See what's cooking.

What's Driving LA's Bagel Boom?

What's Driving LA's Bagel Boom?

Tradition, social media -- and gentrification.

An Arcadia Brewery Pays Tribute To SoCal's Fantastic, Forgotten Railway To The Clouds

An Arcadia Brewery Pays Tribute To SoCal's Fantastic, Forgotten Railway To The Clouds

Mt. Lowe Brewing honors the railway that took riders on a breathtaking trip through the San Gabriel Mountains.

Where To Find Rosca De Reyes In LA

Where To Find Rosca De Reyes In LA

Slice into the cake that celebrates Three Kings Day and maybe you'll find the baby Jesus.

Kimchi Jjigae, The Volcanic Korean Stew That Can Kill Colds

Kimchi Jjigae, The Volcanic Korean Stew That Can Kill Colds

Sure, the best jjigae is made at home but we don't all have a Korean mom willing to do that at the drop of a hat.

What You Should Eat On New Year's For Good Luck

What You Should Eat On New Year's For Good Luck

Black-eyed peas. Mochi. Donuts. Lentils. Grapes. Nosh your way to prosperity.

Searching For China's Most Famous Noodle Dishes In The San Gabriel Valley

Searching For China's Most Famous Noodle Dishes In The San Gabriel Valley

L.A. has the broadest, deepest Chinese restaurant scene in the country. But does it have all of these noodles?

Welcome To The LA Food Bank That Works Like A Grocery Store

Welcome To The LA Food Bank That Works Like A Grocery Store

It's called World Harvest and anybody can shop there -- including you. Yes, really.

Where To Find LA's Best Musical Brunches

Where To Find LA's Best Musical Brunches

Looking for something extra to spruce up your weekend? This town has a ton of melodic choices.

The Best Holiday Drinks In LA, Circa 2018

The Best Holiday Drinks In LA, Circa 2018

And only one of them is eggnog.

Rotting Shark Meat, Maggot Cheese And Other Stuff Humans Love To Eat At The Disgusting Food Museum

Rotting Shark Meat, Maggot Cheese And Other Stuff Humans Love To Eat At The Disgusting Food Museum

"I bet the secretions from the anal gland of a deer would be delicious if you mixed them with rose water and pink food coloring."

LA City Council Could Force Venues To Sell Vegan Food

LA City Council Could Force Venues To Sell Vegan Food

If the motion moves forward, it could go into effect as soon as February 2019.

Clifton's Is Going To Stop Being A Cafeteria And Become A Food Hall

Clifton's Is Going To Stop Being A Cafeteria And Become A Food Hall

We've got more details on the Clifton's closure -- and its planned reopening.

Is It The Last Straw For Plastic Straws In LA?

Is It The Last Straw For Plastic Straws In LA?

L.A. city council thinks it might be possible to phase out all single-use plastic straws by the year 2021.

Our Secret To Making The Perfect Latke For Hanukkah Is...

Our Secret To Making The Perfect Latke For Hanukkah Is...

It's a deceptively simple dish. You need only six ingredients. The trick is in how they come together.

Where To Eat Pho In LA Right Now

Where To Eat Pho In LA Right Now

Fill your bowl (and your soul) with the rich, noodley goodness of this delicious Vietnamese soup.

How To Order In-N-Out Fries That Don't Totally Suck

How To Order In-N-Out Fries That Don't Totally Suck

It only takes two words to make them golden and edible.

Clifton's Closed Its Cafeteria And Nobody Noticed

Clifton's Closed Its Cafeteria And Nobody Noticed

If a giant redwood tree falls in the middle of downtown L.A. and nobody's around to hear it, does it make a sound?

LA's Plan To Make Street Vending Legal Has Been Approved. Here's How It Will Work

LA's Plan To Make Street Vending Legal Has Been Approved. Here's How It Will Work

The approval came on a 13-0 vote by the City Council on Wednesday. The idea had been working its way through City Hall for years.

How Eco-Friendly Is That Meal Kit You Love? Not Very

How Eco-Friendly Is That Meal Kit You Love? Not Very

We tested four of the top meal kits to find out how much waste they leave behind.

Local Lutefisk Lovers Try To Save The Fish Dish Most People Love To Hate

Local Lutefisk Lovers Try To Save The Fish Dish Most People Love To Hate

Dried whitefish reconstituted in a solution of water and lye until it becomes a quivering, gelatinous hunk -- what's not to love?

Banana Leaves, Sazón Rubs And Negimaki Are Thanksgiving Traditions Too

Banana Leaves, Sazón Rubs And Negimaki Are Thanksgiving Traditions Too

The host of Pati's Mexican Table says, "Thanksgiving is all about appreciating what we all bring to the American table, different waves of immigrants through time."

Dear LA: Don't Poison Yourself Or Your Family This Thanksgiving

Dear LA: Don't Poison Yourself Or Your Family This Thanksgiving

With a nationwide alert about Romaine lettuce and a Salmonella outbreak threatening the turkey industry, it's a serious concern.

George's Burgers Gets A Homegrown Revamp From Guisados Owners

George's Burgers Gets A Homegrown Revamp From Guisados Owners

What's old is new again at the beloved Boyle Heights burger stand.

Meet The 2 New Food Critics At The LA Times

Meet The 2 New Food Critics At The LA Times

With the addition of Bill Addison, Patricia Escárcega and Lucas Peterson, the L.A. Times now boasts its most robust food section in more than a decade.

The Man Who Brought Brooklyn Bagel Bakery Back From The Dead

The Man Who Brought Brooklyn Bagel Bakery Back From The Dead

The layout has changed but the bagels are just as good.

Where To Eat Indonesian Food In LA Right Now

Where To Eat Indonesian Food In LA Right Now

It's one of the most varied cuisines in the world but you have to know where to find Indonesian food around here.

All The #ElectionDay 2018 Food And Booze Freebies And Deals

All The #ElectionDay 2018 Food And Booze Freebies And Deals

The rewards of living in a democratic nation where corrupt politicians can be voted out of office should be enough. But a free cookie and a cheap cocktail never hurt.

Where To Find 34 Of LA's Best Donut Shops Right Now

Where To Find 34 Of LA's Best Donut Shops Right Now

Los Angeles is the mecca of doughy dreams and chocolate-glazed wishes -- and we've chosen 32 of the finest specimens.

Dear LAist: Why Aren't There Any Sonic Drive-Ins In LA?

Dear LAist: Why Aren't There Any Sonic Drive-Ins In LA?

Sorry Rally's -- you're close, but you're no Sonic.

LAist's Ultra Scientific Halloween Candy Ranker Proves Reese's Is The Best Candy Bar Ever

LAist's Ultra Scientific Halloween Candy Ranker Proves Reese's Is The Best Candy Bar Ever

We asked. You answered. What are your favorite Halloween candies from yum to yuck?

Downtown LA's Most Accessible Bars For Disabled People

Downtown LA's Most Accessible Bars For Disabled People

Accessibility should be the gold standard at all venues, but that's rarely the reality.

Northeast LA's Most Accessible Bars For Disabled People

Northeast LA's Most Accessible Bars For Disabled People

Eagle Rock and Highland Park have tons of great watering holes if you've got accessibility issues.

El Cholo Offers Awesome 95-Cent Throwback Deal To Celebrate Its 95th Birthday

El Cholo Offers Awesome 95-Cent Throwback Deal To Celebrate Its 95th Birthday

Only 95 cents for the famous #1 combo plate? Go now!

What The New LA Times Food Editor Learned From Jonathan Gold

What The New LA Times Food Editor Learned From Jonathan Gold

Peter Meehan, the co-founder and editor of now defunct food mag Lucky Peach, scored the coveted gig. And he was pals with Jonathan Gold.

Yes, You Can Find Bars In Hollywood That Aren't Tourist Hellholes

Yes, You Can Find Bars In Hollywood That Aren't Tourist Hellholes

Going barhopping on Hollywood Boulevard? Skip the outrageously priced bottle service and froofy martinis. Drink here instead.

Cheese Tea Is The Boba Boom's Sweet And Salty New Wave

Cheese Tea Is The Boba Boom's Sweet And Salty New Wave

It tastes way better than it sounds -- and here's where to drink it in Los Angeles.

Where To Eat Ceviche In The San Fernando Valley

Where To Eat Ceviche In The San Fernando Valley

In some parts of the 818, you'll find a truck on nearly every corner and great ceviche spots tucked in the most unlikely places.

Oktoberfest DTLA Brings Bavarian Fun To Pershing Square

Oktoberfest DTLA Brings Bavarian Fun To Pershing Square
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What goes better with October in Los Angeles than craft beers, pretzels, and brats? Not much.

This DTLA Winery Is Reviving LA's Forgotten Winemaking History

This DTLA Winery Is Reviving LA's Forgotten Winemaking History

Angeleno Wine Co. is about to open the first fully operational winery in Los Angeles since Prohibition.

LAist's Ultimate Halloween Candy Ranker Quiz

LAist's Ultimate Halloween Candy Ranker Quiz

It's election season! Important issues need to be decided! Make your voice heard!

23 Master Sommeliers Have Been Stripped Of Their Titles After A Major Cheating Scandal

23 Master Sommeliers Have Been Stripped Of Their Titles After A Major Cheating Scandal

The exam to become a master sommelier is the hardest test in the wine world -- and someone gave this year's applicants an unfair advantage in the tasting portion.

How Jerry Brown Harshed Our CBD Cocktail Mellow

How Jerry Brown Harshed Our CBD Cocktail Mellow

The governor quietly signed a bill that bans bars from adding cannabis to cocktails and other beverages.

At This New Cooking School, Classes Happen In Immigrants' Kitchens

At This New Cooking School, Classes Happen In Immigrants' Kitchens

League of Kitchens sounds like a band of culinary superheroes -- and they kind of are. Their power is celebrating cuisines of the world.

Let's Taco-bout LA's Best Vegan Tacos

Let's Taco-bout LA's Best Vegan Tacos

We couldn't resist the plant-based pun on National Taco Day. Sorry not sorry.

Oaxacan Tacos With A Middle Eastern Tinge? Meet The Brothers Making Them

Oaxacan Tacos With A Middle Eastern Tinge? Meet The Brothers Making Them

Yes, those are nopales in X'tiosu Kitchen's tabbouleh salad -- and they're perfect for National Taco Day.

Where To Eat BBQ In LA Right Now

Where To Eat BBQ In LA Right Now

Brisket. Ribs. Links. Even tri-tip. Put on the stretchy pants and bring out the bib.

Everytable Is The Next Restaurant Chain Trying To Make LA's 'Food Deserts' Bloom

Everytable Is The Next Restaurant Chain Trying To Make LA's 'Food Deserts' Bloom

The chain has opened its newest outpost in Compton. Can it succeed where so many others have failed?

78-Cent Pink's Hot Dogs Are Happening Today

78-Cent Pink's Hot Dogs Are Happening Today

A happy 78th birthday to L.A.'s most famous hot dog stand.

Hollywood's Musso & Frank Grill Turns 99

Hollywood's Musso & Frank Grill Turns 99

Musso & Frank opened in 1919 -- four years before the "Hollywoodland" sign went up.

Why The Cottage Food Law Is A Game Changer For Talented Home Cooks

Why The Cottage Food Law Is A Game Changer For Talented Home Cooks

Want to make your foodie hustle legal and NOT have health inspectors come after you? Now you have a better shot.

Lao Gan Ma, The Most Popular Hot Sauce In China, Is Coming To Walmart

Lao Gan Ma, The Most Popular Hot Sauce In China, Is Coming To Walmart

It's hoping to edge out Sriracha's popularity -- and the San Gabriel Valley is Ground Zero for the Great Hot Sauce War.

Selling Tacos (And Everything Else) On The Streets Of LA Just Got A Lot Easier

Selling Tacos (And Everything Else) On The Streets Of LA Just Got A Lot Easier

The governor just signed a bill that decriminalizes sidewalk vending. More tacos, churros, champurrado and bacon-wrapped hot dogs on L.A.'s streets? We hope so.

You Like LAUSD Coffee Cake. You Really, Really, Really Like LAUSD Coffee Cake

You Like LAUSD Coffee Cake. You Really, Really, Really Like LAUSD Coffee Cake

We asked a simple question: "Why are people so obsessed with LAUSD's coffee cake?" LAist readers answered.

Kolaches, The Midwest's Favorite Breakfast Treat, Have Finally Arrived In LA

Kolaches, The Midwest's Favorite Breakfast Treat, Have Finally Arrived In LA

You already love Tex-Mex cuisine. How about Tex-Czech cuisine?

Why Are People So Obsessed With LAUSD's Coffee Cake?

Why Are People So Obsessed With LAUSD's Coffee Cake?

The fluffy, crumbly dessert has been around for more than 60 years and Angelenos' love for it hasn't diminished.

It's Really Hard To Find Caribbean Food In LA. You Can Start Here

It's Really Hard To Find Caribbean Food In LA. You Can Start Here

In our Hard To Find series, we'll explore L.A.'s underrepresented cuisines. They are here -- if you know where to look.

Get A Free Randy's Donut In El Segundo Today

Get A Free Randy's Donut In El Segundo Today

It's okay if you left your wallet in El Segundo. You won't need it to get a free donut at Randy's newest location.

Italian Food Without Cheese? This New Vegan Restaurant In WeHo Is Making It Happen

Italian Food Without Cheese? This New Vegan Restaurant In WeHo Is Making It Happen

When chef Tara Punzone stopped eating meat at 10 years old, her family thought it was a phase. She had other ideas.

Why You Might See Soggy Bread On The Beach On Monday

Why You Might See Soggy Bread On The Beach On Monday

The Jewish new year is a time to cast away sins -- and carbs.

I Ate Brunch At The Scientology Restaurant -- And Lived To Tell The Tale

I Ate Brunch At The Scientology Restaurant -- And Lived To Tell The Tale

The infamous Celebrity Centre serves a mean brunch. But you'll have to handle some pre-meal proselytizing.

Where To Eat Fried Chicken In Los Angeles Right Now

Where To Eat Fried Chicken In Los Angeles Right Now

New joints dedicated to battered, deep-fried versions of the bird are springing up all over the place. Here's where to find them.

You Might Like A 4 A.M. Bar Curfew But LA Bartenders Have Mixed Feelings

You Might Like A 4 A.M. Bar Curfew But LA Bartenders Have Mixed Feelings

"The people who are typically up that late aren't just drinking alcohol. That's just the truth of nightlife but I don't want to deal with that crowd either."

Is Anyone Surprised In-N-Out Donated To The GOP? (P.S. They Donated To Democrats Too)

Is Anyone Surprised In-N-Out Donated To The GOP? (P.S. They Donated To Democrats Too)

The SoCal-based burger chain gave $25,000 to the California Republican Party. But, their spokesperson notes they also gave to both Democratic and Republican PACs.

A Day In The Life Of LA's Hippest Dairy Goats

A Day In The Life Of LA's Hippest Dairy Goats

The hippest goats in L.A. County are also the most relaxed. But they definitely don't do yoga.

A Step-By-Step Guide To Making Delicious Campfire Food For Your Labor Day Weekend

A Step-By-Step Guide To Making Delicious Campfire Food For Your Labor Day Weekend

Want to go beyond the s'more? Start by thinking like a Boy Scout and always be prepared.

How Jonathan Gold Brought Hundreds Of People Together, Even After His Death

How Jonathan Gold Brought Hundreds Of People Together, Even After His Death

Hundreds of people showed up at Grand Park for a public memorial. Here's what they had to say.

Why LocoL Failed In Watts, According To Watts Locals

Why LocoL Failed In Watts, According To Watts Locals

"Instead of tacos, they had foldies. We don't know what a foldy is. We don't eat foldies around here. We eat tacos."

How Phoenix Bakery (And Its Famous Strawberry Cake) Survived 80 Years in Chinatown

How Phoenix Bakery (And Its Famous Strawberry Cake) Survived 80 Years in Chinatown

The old school sweets shop will celebrate its 80th anniversary by giving away free slices of its strawberry whipped cream cake.

Roy Choi Closes LocoL Restaurant In Watts

Roy Choi Closes LocoL Restaurant In Watts

While plenty of people supported the concept, LocoL struggled to find its niche, both among locals and foodies.

Can Coffee Convert You To Christianity? Korean Churches Are Betting On It

Can Coffee Convert You To Christianity? Korean Churches Are Betting On It

Churches opening cafes with high-quality, pour-over coffee and a subtle message. But they sometimes struggle to balance business and proselytizing.

Hello Kitty Wants To Get You Drunk And Take You To A Dodgers Game

Hello Kitty Wants To Get You Drunk And Take You To A Dodgers Game

Aug 21 is Hello Kitty Night at Dodger Stadium, and the wholesome, blank-faced Sanrio spokesmodel has her own line of vino. It's a perfect pairing.

This Woman Is Putting South LA In This Traditional Southern Sweet

This Woman Is Putting South LA In This Traditional Southern Sweet

A proper Southern tea cake is neither biscuit nor cookie -- although it tastes like the former and has the texture of the latter.

Meet The Athletes Going for Gyoza-Eating Gold In Little Tokyo This Weekend

Meet The Athletes Going for Gyoza-Eating Gold In Little Tokyo This Weekend

How do you down 300 gyoza in 10 minutes? Carefully. Meet the Angeleno champs in the know.

Canoga Park's Beloved Old-Timey Soda Shop Is Closing. Their Ice Cream Float Was Unrivaled

Canoga Park's Beloved Old-Timey Soda Shop Is Closing. Their Ice Cream Float Was Unrivaled

The shop's signature dessert is an ice cream soda -- and it's the best in Los Angeles.

Todo Verde Wants To Decolonize Your Diet With Vegan Ceviche

Todo Verde Wants To Decolonize Your Diet With Vegan Ceviche

Mastering faux fish is just the beginning. Jocelyn Ramirez wants to create a focal point for health and wellness in East L.A.

Everything We Know About The Formosa Cafe's Origin Is Probably Wrong

Everything We Know About The Formosa Cafe's Origin Is Probably Wrong

The Beastie Boys once name-checked the Formosa in a song -- and other fascinating facts uncovered during the bar's lengthy renovation.

Where You Should Eat Filipino Food In Los Angeles Right Now

Where You Should Eat Filipino Food In Los Angeles Right Now

Pinoy restaurant roots run deep here and a new generation of Filipino chefs is familiarizing diners with flavors from their motherland.

There's A New Jonathan Gold Mural In West LA

There's A New Jonathan Gold Mural In West LA

It features Gold in his bowler hat, an image as distinctive in the foodie world as Alfred Hitchcock's silhouette is to movie buffs.

The Fish Whisperer Who Just Opened A Sustainable Seafood Shop In Sherman Oaks

The Fish Whisperer Who Just Opened A Sustainable Seafood Shop In Sherman Oaks

Equal parts fish market and third wave coffee shop, the Joint brings fresh fish -- and a lifetime's worth of knowledge -- together under one roof.

National Ice Cream Sandwich Day Deals In Los Angeles

National Ice Cream Sandwich Day Deals In Los Angeles

You get a treat! You get a treat! You get a treat! Get the inside scoop on all the best ice cream sammie deals around Los Angeles.

LA's Awesome History Of Weird, Food-Shaped Restaurants

LA's Awesome History Of Weird, Food-Shaped Restaurants

Southern California was ground zero for buildings shaped like owls, toads and tamales, a genre officially known as programmatic architecture.

Where To Eat China's Xinjiang Cuisine In Los Angeles Right Now

Where To Eat China's Xinjiang Cuisine In Los Angeles Right Now

Halal street food, hand-cut noodles, dense bread stews and lamb kabobs -- here's where to find the food of Western and Central China in SoCal.

This Bacon-Wrapped Elote Dog Is The LA Street Food Mashup You've Been Waiting For

This Bacon-Wrapped Elote Dog Is The LA Street Food Mashup You've Been Waiting For

The menu at Dirt Dog is inspired by L.A.'s diverse and food-rich communities, each with its own premium spin.

How To Hit Nine Bars In West Hollywood In One Night

How To Hit Nine Bars In West Hollywood In One Night

When you want to go the distance without going far at all.

It's So Hot In LA You Could Cook A 3-Course Meal In Your Car. So We Did

It's So Hot In LA You Could Cook A 3-Course Meal In Your Car. So We Did

You may have noticed it's hot in Los Angeles. Sizzling hot. Perhaps hot enough to bake something on the dash of your car? Spoiler: yes.

The Secret History Of The Pasadena Restaurant That Was Once An Atomic Bomb Research Site

The Secret History Of The Pasadena Restaurant That Was Once An Atomic Bomb Research Site

Underground tunnels leading to Caltech. A rare mural. An office where Albert Einstein worked. How much of it is fact and how much is fiction?

A Toast To Jonathan Gold, The Man Who 'Inspired A Whole Generation'

A Toast To Jonathan Gold, The Man Who 'Inspired A Whole Generation'

As tributes pour in from family, friends, colleagues, readers, chefs and everyone in between, we spoke to several people whose lives were forever changed by Jonathan Gold and his writing

I Hope Jonathan Gold Is In Foodie Heaven, Where Sichuan Peppers Numb His Lips And Pizza Crusts Are Never Soggy

I Hope Jonathan Gold Is In Foodie Heaven, Where Sichuan Peppers Numb His Lips And Pizza Crusts Are Never Soggy

Like every food writer in this city -- hell, like practically every writer in this city -- I idolized his words long before I met him.

Amusement Park Food Was Boring. Then Disneyland Opened

Amusement Park Food Was Boring. Then Disneyland Opened

Here's how Walt Disney's food sensibilities shaped the landscape of modern American eats.

After The Proud Boys Got Tossed From The Griffin, These LA Bars Are Figuring Out How To Handle Hate Groups

After The Proud Boys Got Tossed From The Griffin, These LA Bars Are Figuring Out How To Handle Hate Groups

We talked to a bunch of bartenders and bar owners about what they're doing to keep hate out of their establishments.

The Modern Mountain Monastery In Hacienda Heights Where Anyone Can Have An $8 Veggie Lunch

The Modern Mountain Monastery In Hacienda Heights Where Anyone Can Have An $8 Veggie Lunch

Dining selections at the Hsi Lai Temple -- one of the largest Buddhist worship sites in the Western Hemisphere -- change daily depending on what's in season and what local donations they receive.

Matcha Croissants Are Having Their LA Moment

Matcha Croissants Are Having Their LA Moment

And here's where to eat these green and gorgeous babies.

What Happened To The King Eddy's Magnificent Fire Door Mural?

What Happened To The King Eddy's Magnificent Fire Door Mural?

There's a $300 reward -- plus a round of beers -- for finding it.

How Suzanne Goin Runs Her Kitchen In The #MeToo Era

How Suzanne Goin Runs Her Kitchen In The #MeToo Era

The award-winning chef celebrates Lucques' 20th anniversary and shares the recipe to being a lady boss.

What LAist Wants For Our One-Week Anniversary...

What LAist Wants For Our One-Week Anniversary...

...and for every week after that. Think of it as our foodieversary. We do.

Searching For My Grandfather's Perfect Armenian Pilaf

Searching For My Grandfather's Perfect Armenian Pilaf

If you cook it right, it'll taste like 100 years of Armenian-American life — in Los Angeles and beyond.

A Frank History Of The Dodger Dog: A Ballpark Classic By LA, For LA

A Frank History Of The Dodger Dog: A Ballpark Classic By LA, For LA

The ballpark staple is a culinary canvas for all the flavors Los Angeles has to offer.

Today Would've Been Anthony Bourdain's 63rd Birthday

Today Would've Been Anthony Bourdain's 63rd Birthday

From Sizzler to Swadesh, Anthony Bourdain loved Los Angeles and Los Angeles loved him back.

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