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Le Comptoir: The Counter Force

Gary Menes knows how to turn a vegetable.  Turn, that is, from a mere root, or stem, or spear, from the most ordinary of vegetables, into the most wondrous thing beheld on a plate. A bite into an...

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

We had been talking about it all summer–digging our toes into the cold Santa Monica sand while listening to the echo of the bands strumming atop the pier.  Every Wednesday we’d attempt to gather a...

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San Francisco: Where I Didn’t Leave My Heart

I wasn’t trying to go to San Francisco, as much as I was trying to escape L.A.  More specifically, I was trying to dodge the ennui overwhelming my love life.  It wasn’t that there weren’t any men....

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1,500 Strangers in White: LA’s First Pop Up Dinner Party

“You can come over,” I warned, “but I’ll be cooking all night.”  My hands were dicing onions while my neck was twisted sideways, holding the phone in place.  “I want these short ribs to marinate for at...

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Milo and Olive

Impatient diners, or those who eschew the increasingly popular community table, may want to steer clear of this bakery-cum-pizzeria at peak business hours.  At Milo and Olive, the fourth Zoe...

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The Boys of Summer

He always rolled in with the summers. Or so it seemed.  As peaches ripened to a swollen sweet, as the streets began to flood with the scent of barbeque and sugar lemonade, that’s when he appeared. The...

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Hedging Risk: The Death Of A Proper Dinner Date Invitation

The act of a man properly asking a woman on a dinner date is six feet under.  Or at least a recent slew of interactions with males in LA made me believe this to be true.  Gone are the days of...

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The Churchill: How the West Hollywood hotspot became a real restaurant

On a recent Saturday night as I peeled a gossamer slice of house-cured guanciale off a sheet of butcher paper and let its buttery, vibrant punch melt in my mouth, I began to think of Wayne Gretzky....

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Happy Thanksgiving From Eat Your Heart Out LA

It shouldn’t take tragedies to remind us how grateful we should be, but as I think about Thanksgiving, I can’t help reflecting on the devastation our nation faced this year—the Colorado shootings,...

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What A Difference A Day Makes

At the peak of summer I dated an anesthesiologist who was perpetually on call at a hospital in the OC.  Summer began to turn and I dated a film production guy who was on set for 14 hours a day.  The...

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Definition of a Date

On a Sunday night whim, Chris and I decided to meet up for a drink at our local bar.  When I arrived, he was nestled against the wall nursing a half-finished pint.  The two of us had spent very little...

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How I Came To Like Gin

I know what I like, and I’ve always been that way.  I know I like men’s cardigans and doing crosswords in bed.  I like the sound of toe shoes clapping against marley.  I like the smell of newspaper....

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Mignon: The Perfect First Date Spot

There are two things I’m always searching for in Los Angeles.  The first is a good love story.  The second is a perfect first date spot.  On a recent spring evening, that ideal spot came in the form of...

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Slater’s 50/50 Backyard Brewfest Tickets Giveaway!

When it came to burgers, we believed there would never be anything better than a juicy ground beef patty, hot off the griddle, medium rare. Then Slater’s 50/50 was born, and with it came a patty...

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3 Favorite Eggs Benedicts in L.A.

It’s only right that the day after filing taxes we get to celebrate National Eggs Benedict Day.  What better reward for getting out of bed than a taste of those perfectly poached eggs topped with a...

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After the Sunset

“Well, this doesn’t surprise me,” my mother responds when I tell her the guest list for my inaugural attempt at hosting Passover dinner has grown to nearly 20 people, “you never do anything in...

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The Princesses of Tides

An entire city filled with southern gentlemen was undoubtedly a draw, but what initially sparked the idea of a vacation in Charleston was the food.  Alongside my three girlfriends—the Princesses of...

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Circa 1886: Fine Dining in the South

Over the last five years, there has been a lot of talk about the death of fine dining, but in a city like Charleston, where restaurants are housed in 19-century mansions, and chivalry is as deeply...

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Tacolandia: A Grand Taco Celebration curated by Bill Esparza

Everyone in LA has an opinion on tacos.  We argue about and vote on and dissect and muse over each taco—comparing authenticity and ingredients, flavor and texture.  But as much as you may think you...

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Petrossian: Elegant Alfresco Dining Becomes More Approable

Summer, for me, has always been sun-drenched drives to Malibu—windows down, hair whipping in the wind.  It’s always been picnics at the Hollywood cemetery screenings, drinking our coats in bottles of...

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