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  • Popular food trucks put in drive

    Popular food trucks put in drive
    For some cooks in Burbank, fast food has meant the kitchen moves at least 1,000 feet every 15 minutes. Burbank law requires food trucks to move to a new location at least 1,000 feet every quarter hour. After three hours, they can return to previous...
  • Hard to beat for charbroiled fish

    Hard to beat for charbroiled fish
    If you are searching for an eclectic fish menu, you would be hard pressed to find one more appealing than Fish Dish Grill Burbank. You can choose from fish and chips to fish tacos or fish burritos, fish salad entrees, fish dish bowls or 13 different...
  • Nothing fancy, but good fusion

    Nothing fancy, but good fusion
    When a menu ranges from Mediterranean to Mexican to seafood to burgers, you can usually expect at best mediocre food. It’s like going to a movie starring Jim Belushi, Eric Roberts and Carmen Electra. Gerlach’s Grille in Pasadena is the...
  • El Metate is hard to find, hard to forget

    El Metate is hard to find, hard to forget
    On a quiet, one-way Pasadena street, a few doors down from a comedy club and where you must take caution not to get run over by little old ladies trying to parallel park in front of a medical marijuana store, El Metate Café is a family-run Mexican...
  • Small Wonders: The highs and lows of the Magic Kingdom

    “I think most of all, what I want Disneyland to be is a happy place where parents and children can have fun together.” — Walt Disney, from the plaque on Partners Statue at Disneyland. And somehow, that is exactly what happened,...
  • The sound of a delicious bargain

    The sound of a delicious bargain
    It’s comforting as you’re waiting for the pupusas you just ordered at a neighborhood Salvadoran joint to hear the slap, slap, slap of hands smacking masa into fat, tortilla-shaped discs. Your mouth starts watering, knowing the corn dough is...
  • Small Wonders: On letting your kids be themselves

    One of the most valuable parenting lessons I learned came before I was even a parent. It had nothing to do with diapers, puberty or college funds. It had everything to do with macaroni and cheese. I was single, childless and naturally wise beyond my...
  • No-gimmicks sushi with a little zest

    Sushi Ike in Hollywood had a voracious following for years thanks to its legendary sushi chef, Ike. That restaurant recently changed ownership and we Eastsiders are the luckier for it. Ike-san brings his considerable talent to a brand new eatery in the...
  • Lots of surprises at Lucy's

    Lots of surprises at Lucy's
    Lucy’s Pizza Corner was full of surprises. Its Burbank Boulevard location is not in the best Burbank neighborhood — it is attached to a liquor store and its overhead sign says, “Al Forno.” Furthermore, it has no web presence. If...
  • Daug Haus, The Slaw Dogs in Pasadena make hot dog list

    Daug Haus, The Slaw Dogs in Pasadena make hot dog list
    The "best" of any type of foodstuff is a dicey proposition, to say the least. Matters of taste are, after all, matters of taste. With that in mind, however, here is a list of the best perveyors of tubestake in the area, as decreed in this list.  Coney...
  • Single salad is the secret to success

    Single salad is the secret to success
    The new Giuseppe’s in Montrose hits all the right notes. The owners transformed the interior of the old DaFranco’s Italian restaurant to reflect what the Montrose community is all about — family, friends and conversation. They kept the...
  • A Word, Please: The things skilled writers know

    Everyone makes mistakes. And everyone knows everyone makes mistakes. So, in just about every realm of life, it’s OK to be human. This applies to writing and grammar. New writers often fear that even tiny typos peg them as amateurs, but that’s...