I’m a lover of ceviche, and while you can always count on Los Balcones del Peru and various Mexican stands around town, I wanted to see what other versions I could stuff in my mouth. I had heard about some Guatemalan ceviche at La Cevicheria, so I dragged my mom and girlfriend with me along for the ride. Coincidentally, as I was getting ready, J-Gold released his epic review of Mo-Chica, and it immediately made my list. I ate there a few days later with a couple of friends. So here, in no particular format, is my breakdown of those two meals.
The new issue of Campus Circle hits the newsstands today, and in it is my review for the new Silverlake Italian restaurant Domenico Ristorante.
You can download the entire pdf of the issue here
Or, you can click here to read the online version.
Since moving back to Los Angeles with Jackie, I’ve been missing New York City quite a bit. Between great friends, useful public transit, a communal atmosphere and a whole different range of foods— there’s a lot to miss. So when Jackie’s NY-based sister was getting married earlier this month, it was the perfect excuse for a return visit. Here’s how all the eating went down:
Here’s my not-exactly-a-restaurant-review of Golden State Café for Campus Circle. Golden State Café, for those of you that don’t know, is co-owned by Man Bites World regular and folk hero, Jason Bernstein.
Here are a few of my personal favorite Bernstein appearances from last year:
I was going to meet my dad for lunch in Culver City, and decided to finally, after hearing many good things, give Beacon a try. We followed The Goldmeister’s advice, and after sucking down a couple of arnold palmers (or are they capitalized Arnold Palmers, even though it’s just a beverage?), ordered the seared albacore BLT and the hangar steak with wasabi relish and olive oil/scallion smashed potatoes.