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  • Dining Out: It's worth making a Sunland-Tujunga side trip

    Dining Out: It's worth making a Sunland-Tujunga side trip
    Even the residents of Sunland-Tujunga would agree the community is not exactly a foodie mecca. Still there are some good reasons to head over to this historical, artsy section of our valley. Sure, there are plenty of smoke shops, body shops and wrought...
  • Dining Review: Far Niente still has that special vibe

    Dining Review: Far Niente still has that special vibe
    When I was a little kid, my father was an executive with Pan American Airways. I would sometimes get to tag along on his business lunches in Manhattan. I remember linen tablecloths, waiters in neat clothes and a table full of men's hands holding amber-...
  • The Valley Line: Master Chorale glitters after 50 years

    The Valley Line: Master Chorale glitters after 50 years
    Yay! The Winter Olympic Games are now open in Sochi, Russia. I admit that I'm addicted to the games — be they summer or winter editions. However, my favorites are the winter games, so I'm keeping a close watch on the events as well as the athletes,...
  • Around Town: A proper place to reflect and dine

    The best breakfast view in La Cañada is in the Flintridge Proper bar. Sit against the south wall. Look out the window to the north. The majestic San Gabriel Mountains rise directly behind Trader Joe’s and Starbucks. Natalie, the pretty server,...
  • Flintridge Proper chef is chopped from reality TV

    Flintridge Proper chef is chopped from reality TV
    A local sous chef who competed on the Food Network's weekly competition, "Chopped," participated in a question-and-answer session Sunday night after patrons of his workplace, the Flintridge Proper, watched the program on a TV there. Though he placed...
  • Dining Out: Pizza of Venice has the right perspective

    Dining Out: Pizza of Venice has the right perspective
    A few exits east of La Cañada Flintridge, in a mini-mall anchored by a security-bar-heavy liquor store, sits a little restaurant with a big heart. Pizza of Venice oozes neighborliness and a spirit of unbridled experimentation. The one long, communal table...
  • Dining Out: Green and clean eating at Green Corner Cafe

    Dining Out: Green and clean eating at Green Corner Cafe
    For vegans, gluten-free eaters, allergy sufferers, and those concerned about added hormones and antibiotics, going out to eat must be like stepping into a mine field. Is the food truly toxin-free? Has there been cross-contamination? For sufferers of...
  • Dining Review: At Frame 128 soup is the ticket before the show

    Dining Review: At Frame 128 soup is the ticket before the show
    It's ironic that at Frame 128, a restaurant dedicated to luxury, the shining star is the humblest of foods: soup. With the Soup King in charge, how could it be otherwise? Chef Kareem Shaw was dubbed Soup King by none other than the governor of Michigan....
  • Dining Review: Tip-top service matches the dining at Brand 158

    Dining Review: Tip-top service matches the dining at Brand 158
    The first thing they tell you when you sit down at Brand 158, the month-old restaurant across from the Americana, is that they don’t accept tips. Staff are paid competitive wages and the best tip, they say, is a patron’s return visit. The...
  • Around Town: Take a seat at the other La Cañada's table

    When I think about Roy Choi, I miss my friend, Laura Canales. Choi is the Korean-American, Los Angeles chef who reinvented the food truck with his gourmet Kogi BBQ Korean taco trucks. He is the author of “L.A. Son,” a thoughtful cookbook/...
  • Chili with a side of brotherly love

    Chili with a side of brotherly love
    The oddly shaped building at the corner of Chevy Chase Drive and Acacia Avenue in south Glendale houses a rather unique paired product offering. In the back, per a big sign that reads, simply “Laundry,” is a coin-operated laundromat. At the...
  • On the Town: Revelers sport a 'stache for men's health

    On the Town: Revelers sport a 'stache for men's health
    “It's a Mustache Bash! It's big. It's stylish.” That was the flier's catchy description of last Friday's event at Katsuya Restaurant at the Americana at Brand. The gimmick was that party-goers were encouraged to come dressed as a character...