Experience a Taste of THE FEDERAL, and GET FED during DINE LA’s “Summer Road-trip” 2017

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The best burger in Los Angeles is served at The Federal Bar. It’s true. A person doesn’t need to be a burger aficionado or know every single quick and sit down place that serves them. Their teeth sink into this sucker and they know. It’s almost religious like.

Bastille Day can be Celebrated all month long during Dine LA’ Summer Roadtrip at Taix French Restaurant

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If the bar is the place to relax, the dining room is the place to let the pants down a little and recline. Taix keeps the French customs of truly enjoying a meal. The sense of rush is nonexistent. Waiters and bussers know the menu and restaurant inside out. It’s as if the whole staff has equity in the place. Because of the celebration of Bastille Day, Taix put their bouillabaisse on the menu. Everything else sounded equally scrumptious from their duck l’orange to their paella, but there’s something about eating a poor man’s fish stew on French National Day. It’s like eating a steak or hot dog on the 4th of July.

The District by Hannah An, a Dining Destination

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Located at the intersection of Food, Fashion and Interior Design in Los Angeles’ most prolific and densely populated design districts, in the shadows of the Beverly Center and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, lies a not so hidden gem, The District by Hannah An: Merely a brief latte run from Verve Coffee Roasters on Melrose and the high fashion boutiques on famed N. Robertson Boulevard, and a stone’s throw from neighboring A.O.C.

Celebrating Chef Trotter’s Food and Wine Legacy

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Collecting wines have always been associated with affluence and sophistication, and seems to intimidate enthusiasts from investing on a set of their own. But having the determination and the right budget goes a long way. Chris Murphy, head of procurement at M&S Wine, says collecting is all about the rare bottles you find, “it’s certainly not about paying more money; it’s about a tangible difference in quality and discovering something new.” Doing proper research and knowing what you buy let’s you make the right choices for your investment.

A Mezcal fueled menu at The Foundry on Melrose

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Chef Eric Greenspan and his flagship restaurant, The Foundry in West Hollywood are synonymous for pushing the envelope when it comes to creating trendsetting culinary art with soulful flavors and personality to match. So it was no surprise that the talented Foundry team would embark on a special dinner pairing menu featuring exclusive high-end artisanal Mezcals from Mexico that just got greenlighted for import to the United States.

LA Cocktail Classic Farm to Glass Mixology 101

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It takes a village effort to produce a mixology event here in Los Angeles and fortunately the talented veteran event producer Dan Silberstein from Drink Eat Play showcased his version the LA Cocktail Classic to a captive Downtown Los Angeles audience at the beautiful and historic Saint Vibiana Cathedral with over 200 liquor brands coupled with mixologists showcasing the best of the Farm to Glass movement that hit the mainstream cocktail world in 2011. Some of the evenings talent providing demonstrations included; Marcos Tello, Matt Biancaniello, Lindsay Nader, and Joe Swifka just to name a few. We have broken down the best of the best of artisan cocktail essentials for making over your liquor cabinet so that you can bring it up to date with current trends in time for summer.

Who needs Nunchucks when you have $100 Lobster Egg-rolls as weapons of Mass Consumption

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Chef Jack Lee uses food to tell a story, to represent how his clients feel and to personify who they are through his experience of them. He takes these experiences and translates them onto the plate. A few years ago Jack went through jaw surgery where he lost his sense of taste. Jack was not going to go down without a fight and wasn’t going to let this get the best of him. It took him a year and a half to recover his sense of taste and retrain his palate. During his recovery he came up with the idea of his 6th tasting collection called “My True Colors” where he used food and colors to describe his thoughts and feelings through his toughest period after his surgery and his journey back to the culinary world.

A perfect pairing at Fab’s Corner Cucina featuring Shai Cellars

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The recently remodeled, Fab’s Corner Cucina, is one of the best Italian restaurants in the San Fernando Valley. The culinary team at Fab’s sources the best farm-fresh ingredients and also supports independent winemakers and has extensive wine list and a unique blend of craft beers on tap as well.

Experiencing the Sweet & Savory world of 5 of LA’s great Pastry Chefs at Breadbar

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Known for the tastes and smells of fresh baked buns and…

Momed is Beverly Hills Newest Modern Mediterannean Bistro

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Momed, an acronym meaning Modern Mediterranean is made…