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  • Dining Review: Crossings is perfect for a date night

    Dining Review: Crossings is perfect for a date night
    Perhaps it was the Old Fashioned. Maybe it was the Oysters Rockefeller. It might have been the artful elegance of the decor. Whatever the reason, at more than one point in the evening I expected to look over and see Don Draper and Roger Sterling from...
  • Dining Review: A Parisian cafe comes to Montrose

    Dining Review: A Parisian cafe comes to Montrose
    The shopping village of Montrose is not unlike Paris' Montmartre district. It may not be quite as historic or charming as its Parisian ilk, but it's filled with shoppers, walkers and diners. When Vasken and Annie Fernezlian wanted to open a cafe like...
  • Dining Out: Eating the class project at Chez Cherie

    Dining Out: Eating the class project at Chez Cherie
    Perhaps, like me, you've passed the cute, ivy-covered bistro-looking place with the Chez Cherie sign on Foothill Boulevard in La Cañada Flintridge and wondered, "Why is this never open? Where are the diners?" Well, I'm here to tell you, on Tuesday...
  • Downtown Glendale stores blame road work for losses

    Downtown Glendale stores blame road work for losses
    In the 28 years Ruben Minassian has owned a sandwich shop on North Central Avenue, business has never been tougher, he said, than during Glendale's current residential building boom. To accommodate recent growth and the slow rise of several new downtown...
  • Café Solé: New owners for an old favorite

    Café Solé: New owners for an old favorite
    Salvatore Attanasio arrives at Café Solé every morning by 6:30. He bakes the fragrant bread for the day’s customers. His wife arrives after dropping their three kids at school in time to make the fresh pasta, the panna cotta and tiramisu. They greet...
  • The cup runneth over at The TASTE

    The cup runneth over at The TASTE
    Food lovers lucky enough to attend Los Angeles Times’ The TASTE over Labor Day weekend devoured dozens of savory samples and gulped cupfuls of craft cocktails. If you’re feeling left out, the best I can offer is a rundown of event highlights...
  • Dining Out: Comfort food, Polish-style in Glendale

    Dining Out: Comfort food, Polish-style in Glendale
    Sometimes it’s nice to go back to the classics, to return to the tastes of one’s childhood. You don’t have to be Polish to taste the homespun comfort of the stews, sausages, dumplings and roasts at Polka Polish Cuisine. You just have...
  • Dining Review: Try this Old Fashion dinner option

    Dining Review: Try this Old Fashion dinner option
    Sometimes you just don't feel like cooking. Dressing up to go out for dinner doesn't sound good either. Here's an interesting option. Bring home a pre-made Persian Armenian feast from Old Fashion Deli & Market. Entrees, appetizers, salads and rice are...
  • 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...
  • Around Town: A homemade meal for each day

    Just as Los Angeles has four seasons in Los Angeles (wind, mud, rain and earthquake), there are four sections to the La Cañada year, each marked by unique weather patterns resulting from our city’s changing position with regard to the rest of the...
  • Dining Review: Oinkster goes well beyond pork

    Dining Review: Oinkster goes well beyond pork
    Is it sacrilege to love the chicken salad at a joint famous for its house-cured pastrami? The Oinkster in Eagle Rock sells its pastrami and its home-cooked Carolina-style pulled pork by the pound, such is the clamor by carnivores. And its meaty...
  • Dining Review: North Shore comes up a bit flat

    Dining Review: North Shore comes up a bit flat
    Verdugo Hills Hospital workers in O.R. scrubs sit beneath palm tree paintings and surfboard ceiling fans with a wistful look in their eyes. The wall-sized map of Oahu’s famous North Shore looks down at them as if to say, “Someday … your...