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Local Connection

Come one, Come all to Catalina Coffee Company In 1999, Jeff Sallee and his mother, Ellen Brown, set up their coffee shop in a building along Catalina Avenue in Redondo Beach. Roomy and filled with cha...Read More

Cozy Curation

The newest cafe to hit the Mid-Wilshire area is better than brunch Written by Alisha Henson Opening this month, the cleverly named café Met Her At A Bar makes one wonder: “Who is he, and did he actual...Read More

Local Gem

Written by Joclene Davey When dining at Lou and Grace Giovannetti’s Southern Italian outfit PRIMO, it’s as if one is home for dinner. First- and second-generation Italian Americans, the Giovannettis’ ...Read More

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DIGStv | Innovation and Comfort at Baran’s 2239

In this episode of DIGStv we talk to Tyler Gugliotta, Torrance-born head chef of new Hermosa Beach restaurant Baran's 2239. Tyler cooks us a new dish on their menu and gives us a few tips along the wa...Read More

Foodies Unite!

Featuring more than 300 restaurants offering multi-course deals for lunch and dinner, Winter dineL.A. hosts the ultimate feast Written by Wendy Bowman | Photography Courtesy of Stella Yeo & Stacey...Read More

A Bit of Naples, South Bay Style

Stylish pizza eatery Locale90 opens a second location in downtown Hermosa Beach Written by Constance Dunn | Photography Courtesy of Paul Jonason A few years ago, a pizzeria popped up in Riviera Villag...Read More

Born Again

Kali on Melrose combines years of industry know-how to offer a new style of dining to LA Written by Wendy Bowman Photos courtesy of Kali on Melrose The name Kali—a Hindu adage meaning “that ...Read More

East Meets West

Eastern Europe gets California fresh at Doma Kitchen’s new location in Marina del Rey Written by Constance Dunn Photography by Paul Jonason In Russian, doma means “home.” It’s a fitting name for the n...Read More

A Welcome Locale

Wine and dine at Ocean Park’s new home away from home Written by Michelle Lyn | Photography Courtesy of Local Kitchen + Wine Bar For chef and entrepreneur Maire Byrne, the road to her latest con...Read More

Stealthy Healthy

Cris Bennett has been bringing Good Stuff to the South Bay for over 30 years Written by Constance Dunn | Photography by Paul Jonason Some people avoid healthy food because they fear it will ...Read More

It’s About Thyme

Cozy neighborhood cafe and market is a one-stop shop for gourmet treats Written by Michelle Lyn | Photography Courtesy of Lehua Noelle/Thyme Cafe & Market What began as Thyme Catering in 2004 has ...Read More

Fresh Catch

Ocean-to-Plate Dining at the Hook & Plow in Hermosa reels in locals Written by Michelle Lynn | Photography Courtesy of The Hook & Plow The last few years have introduced a spate of notable&nbs...Read More

Hamburger Haven

Plan Check’s creative comfort fare and high-energy hospitality continues to flourish on the Westside Written by: Constance Dunn | Photography Courtesy of Paul Jonason Mention Plan Check Kitchen +...Read More

Surf Mex

Hole up in Hermosa’s favorite surf lodge Written by Michelle Lyn | Photography Courtesy of Día De Campo After opening their first restaurant, Abigaile, in 2012, BlackHouse Hospitality Management...Read More

Come Away With Norah

The WeHo stunner everyone’s talking about Written by Michelle Lyn | Photography Courtesy of Norah What do you get when you mix global style and sensibilities with a light influence of Southern cu...Read More

Mexican Food Redux

Chef Ray Garcia elevates the LA dining scene at Broken Spanish Written by Michelle Lyn | Photos courtesy of Dylan + Jeni and Broken Spanish An eclectic array of family photos adorn the walls of Broken...Read More

House-Brewed Hops

Craft beer and an eclectic global menu make Abigaile a Hermosa mainstay Written by Michelle Lyn | Photos courtesy of Abigaile History repeats itself in a 1920s era building in the heart of Hermosa Bea...Read More

Bon Appétit

In Fine California Style Chef Michael Hung presents grown-up poolside dining at Viviane Written by Constance Dunn | Photography Courtesy of Viviane Stepping into the crisp, colorful minimalism of Vivi...Read More

Rose In Bloom

Chef Jason Neroni reimagines an iconic Venice eatery Written by Constance Dunn | Photos Courtesy of Rose Café-Restaurant For decades, the original Rose Café-Restaurant, tucked away on the corner of Ro...Read More

Hometown Homage

Birch elevates the dining scene on the Cahuenga Corridor Written by Michelle Lyn | Photos Courtesy of Birch A nod to the copse of birch trees in his hometown of Nottingham, England, chef Brendan Colli...Read More

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