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Restaurant Review: Tradition of quality at Phillippe’s

Restaurant Review: Tradition of quality at Phillippe’s

By Gaia Richardson

November 17, 2013


Filed under FOOD

Considering the capricious restaurant scene in Los Angeles, it is rather remarkable to find a restaurant like Philippe’s that has been feeding the city for over a century.  As observed by L.A. Eater, it is the oldest restaurant that is still thriving in the City of Angels. Read More »...

Review: El Coyote restaurant, authentic Mexican food

Review: El Coyote restaurant, authentic Mexican food

By Madison Richardson

November 4, 2013


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

El Coyote has enriched the west Los Angeles community since it was first founded in March 5, 1931.  Read More »...

Restaurant Review: Dining At Monsieur Marcel

Restaurant Review: Dining At Monsieur Marcel

By Helena Heslov

October 29, 2013


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

Monsieur Marcel is a French café and market that will make you feel as if you have stopped for a delicious lunch on the streets of Paris. From the exquisite macaroons to the eye-catching quiches, every cuisine available at this restaurant truly resembles a piece of art.  Read More »...

Restaurant Review: John O’Groats

Restaurant Review: John O’Groats

By Haley Jamieson

October 29, 2013


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

John O'Groats Grille and Pub first opened on the corner of Manning Ave and Pico Blvd in 1982. Read More »...

Fall Begins with Seasonal Beverages

Fall Begins with Seasonal Beverages

By Sarah Wagner

October 24, 2013


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

Most people associate fall with leaves changing colors and warm cozy sweaters.  Although Los Angeles doesn't have much of a season change, many people agree that the delicious tastes of limited edition seasonal beverages are one enjoyable part of the season. Read More »...

Review: Students flock to Starbucks for tea, coffee, and treats

Review: Students flock to Starbucks for tea, coffee, and treats

By Madison Richardson

October 8, 2013


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

Perhaps it is the ever-inviting space of couches, the wooden community tables, or the warm tint of the lamps which make Starbucks the go-to study spot for Archer girls who seek asylum from the California weather. Read More »...

Food Blog: Food at The Farmers’ Market

Food Blog: Food at The Farmers’ Market

By Isabel Adler

May 19, 2013


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

The Grove is a popular mall that many Archer students love to visit. Located next to The Grove is the Farmers' Market; a hubbub of  eclectic stands . Read More »...

An Interview With Flynn McGarry

An Interview With Flynn McGarry

By India Halsted

May 19, 2013


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

Recognized widely as a “food prodigy,” Flynn McGarry is a truly unique teen. Read More »...

Restaurant Review: Blue Plate

Restaurant Review: Blue Plate

By Capucine Berney

May 19, 2013


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

Placid white walls meet a glossy hardwood floor. A cheerful waiter greets a table with: “The usual?” The impeccable smell of truffle fries fills the air, set to a background track of fresh fruits blending into smoothies. Read More »...

Restaurant Review: Jin Patisserie

Restaurant Review: Jin Patisserie

By India Halsted

May 13, 2013


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

In the urban and bustling environment of Abbot Kinney, the restaurants and stores embody the street’s character, yet Jin Patisserie provided a quiet escape. Quality desserts, homemade tea blends, and the café’s famous hot chocolate, were served in a little Japanese courtyard garden. Read More &r...

Restaurant Review: Intelligentsia

Restaurant Review: Intelligentsia

By Isabel Adler

April 29, 2013


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

Rated as “the best coffee shop in Los Angeles” by LA Weekly, Intelligentsia is fresh, strong and popular. With locations in Chicago, New York and Los Angeles, Intelligentsia is growing but hasn’t lost its trademark: quality. Read More »...

Restaurant Review: True Food Kitchen

Restaurant Review: True Food Kitchen

By Cuisine Editors

April 29, 2013


Filed under CULTURE, FOOD

True Food Kitchen (TFK) opened its first restaurant in Phoenix, Arizona in the late '90s.  Today, TFK has six locations throughout the country, including one in Santa Monica. Read More »...

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