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Column: Dreams of Autumn Muffins

Column: Dreams of Autumn Muffins

By Anna Allgeyer, Columnist

September 23, 2017


Filed under COLUMNISTS, FOOD, VOICES

When August turns to September, am I the only one that envisions short autumn days dusted in amber leaves and coated in apple cider?  Pumpkin pies, sweater season and waking up early just to read for fun?  Muffins with tea and snuggling up with ugly plaid blankets to watch leaves fall through sligh...

Review: Vegan Glory offers unique Thai dishes

Review: Vegan Glory offers unique Thai dishes

By Alice Grainge, Staff Writer

May 15, 2017


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

Located minutes away from Beverly Center, Vegan Glory is a Thai vegan and vegetarian restaurant that keeps up with all of the latest food trends. Vegan Glory mainly uses vegetables, tofu and soy-based meat substitutes in their dishes. Although the majority of the menu consists of Thai and Thai fusio...

Column: The Dish on Pescetarianism

Column: The Dish on Pescetarianism

By Anna Allgeyer, Columnist

April 17, 2017


Filed under COLUMNISTS, FOOD, VOICES

My family eats anything and everything, from giant burgers to steamed kale, and everything in between. So it was only natural when Lent, a Christian period of reflection that asks you to give up something in your life from Ash Wednesday to Easter, came around, to give up one of the best ingredients in...

Zinqué brings French food to Los Angeles, includes diverse menu options

Zinqué brings French food to Los Angeles, includes diverse menu options

By Alice Grainge, Staff Writer

March 22, 2017


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

If you're looking for a trendy yet relaxed restaurant, you should absolutely dine at Zinqué. Located in the heart of West Hollywood, customers can sit indoors or outside on the patio, the latter of which features a rustic fireplace. Zinqué is open for every meal, and the restaurant brilliantly com...

Review: KazuNori, the first hand roll bar

Review: KazuNori, the first hand roll bar

By Liz Haltrecht, Staff Writer

March 21, 2017


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

Los Angeles is an incredibly diverse city filled with countless restaurants, and one of the most popular types of food is sushi. With so much competition, it can be challenging for Japanese eateries to stand out. However, if you're looking for a sushi restaurant that is simple and holds a focus on hand...

Review: Blue Star Donuts vs. Sidecar Doughnuts

Review: Blue Star Donuts vs. Sidecar Doughnuts

By Ella Frey, Staff Writer

March 21, 2017


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

There’s nothing I love to do more than eat. Pasta, ice-cream, cheese, you name it, and I'll eat it. However, I consider myself to be somewhat of a donut connoisseur. I often find myself wondering about where to find the best doughnuts in Los Angeles. While I admit that I haven't tried every donut...

Review: My bigg obsession

Review: My bigg obsession

By Anika Bhavnani, Editor-in-Chief

March 17, 2017


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

What does your average Friday night look like? Think about it — you probably have something different happening each week. Well, let me tell you a bit about my Friday nights. After a long week of school, I am about ready to go home and get to sleep — and that is what I plan to do. However, around...

Go Greek offers authentic yogurt, becomes a Los Angeles staple

Go Greek offers authentic yogurt, becomes a Los Angeles staple

By Liz Haltrecht, Staff Writer

March 9, 2017


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

If you are a frozen yogurt aficionado and have not tried Go Greek Yogurt, this eatery will be your new favorite place. Go Greek has three locations — Beverly Hills, Woodland Hills and Santa Monica. Go Greek Yogurt is an authentic yogurt bar inspired by Greek culture and cuisine. Their yogurt is rich, creamy, del...

Column: Coffee Coffee Coffee

Column: Coffee Coffee Coffee

By Anna Allgeyer, Columnist

March 1, 2017


Filed under COLUMNISTS, FOOD, VOICES

Ask any of my friends and they will tell you the same thing: Anna loves coffee. Coffee is a lifestyle, a delicious, wonderful thing filled with the joy and hope of tomorrow in an obtainable-today package. The smell of my mom making her morning cup is sometimes the only thing that can drag me from my...

Acai Nation serves delicious bowls, offers unique ingredients

Acai Nation serves delicious bowls, offers unique ingredients

By Eden Motzkin, Staff Writer

February 23, 2017


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

If you are looking for the best smoothie bowls in Los Angeles, look no further. Acai Nation, with locations in both Brentwood and the Pacific Palisades, offers the best acai bowls in the city. Not only do their bowls look picture-perfect, but they are also incredibly delicious and energizing....

Bondi Harvest brings Aussie flavor, atmosphere to Los Angeles

Bondi Harvest brings Aussie flavor, atmosphere to Los Angeles

By Alexandra Chang, Culture Editor

February 21, 2017


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

Do you enjoy eating delicious food or have you always wanted to visit Australia? Well now you can — at the restaurant, Bondi Harvest, an Aussie-inspired cafe that serves healthy salads, sandwiches, desserts, smoothies and juices. The eatery was established in 2016 by chef Guy Turland and desig...

Paco’s Tacos: The ultimate Mexican comfort food

Paco’s Tacos: The ultimate Mexican comfort food

By Anna Brodsky, Staff Writer

February 14, 2017


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

When dining in Los Angeles, one thing is certain — there’s no shortage of Mexican food. Maybe it’s the prevalence of immigrants in our city, or maybe we’re just obsessed with burritos. But when it comes to make the call about which spot is best to sit down, relax and enjoy a delicious meal with f...

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