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All Time in Los Feliz serves comfort foods for breakfast, lunch and dinner

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • November 14, 2019

Los Angeles newcomers always remember their first Southern California tremor. Mine happened while eating breakfast at All Time in Los Feliz on Independence Day this year. The ground went wavy beneath us and my friend Hillary, also a recent

. A perfect, surreal initiation. All Time winds up being an apt setting for this kind of moment. It captures a certain sense of place, and not only in its hefty breakfast burritos or seasonal salads served in vintage mixing bowls. Nearly two years ago

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Review: Stella Jean’s reimagines the ice cream rainbow

Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • May 5, 2021

marshmallows catch fire and turn completely black. To this day, that remains not just a favorite childhood memory but also one of my all-time favorite flavors. I wasn’t expecting to find that flavor in an ice cream, but Stella Jean’s in Costa Mesa has captured

What happens when a restaurant worker gets COVID-19?

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • January 13, 2021

chefs at All Time, the Los Feliz restaurant the couple opened in 2018, came through. The chef called to say an employee, who had been out for a couple of days, had tested positive for the novel coronavirus. Soon after they hung up, the couple called the

restaurant. They had to make hard decisions, and they had to make them quickly. “You can’t just say, let’s finish out the day,” Tyler said. In the middle of a busy Sunday, with dozens of orders in the works, the couple made the decision to shut down All Time

¿Qué ocurre cuando un empleado de un restaurant tiene COVID-19?

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • January 15, 2021

llamada de uno de los chefs de All Time, el restaurante en Los Feliz que la pareja abrió en 2018. El empleado llamaba para decirles que un compañero de trabajo, que había estado fuera durante un par de días, había dado positivo por el nuevo coronavirus

pedidos en proceso, la pareja tomó la decisión de cerrar All Time. De las 10 personas que trabajan en los dos espacios adyacentes que maneja el restaurante cerca de la esquina de Los Feliz Boulevard y Price Street, los Wells le pidieron a un cocinero y a

Turkey bone gumbo helps writer Sara Roahen in times of crisis

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • November 19, 2020

Louisiana’s matchless food culture, a memoir of her near-decade living in New Orleans and an elegy for what Hurricane Katrina destroyed in 2005. It also underscored one of the all-time great options for Thanksgiving leftovers. Roahen and her editors wrestled

Review: Where does San Francisco’s Marufuku fit into OC’s already vibrant ramen scene?

Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • January 27, 2021

which are very, very good and getting better all the time. The latest contender to join the fray is San Francisco-based Marufuku Ramen, which recently opened in Irvine at Los Olivos Marketplace. Tough neighborhood. That’s directly across the freeway from

After Narrowly Surviving the Pandemic, This Persian Restaurant Is Trying to Recapture Its ‘Before Times’ Success

Josh Lurie • Los Angeles Magazine • July 28, 2021

pandemic even though he never set up an outdoor dining space. “My wife was here helping me out sometimes, but because I have kids, she couldn’t be here all the time,” he says. “Obviously, it was really hard. I was almost about to close the place, but again

Best food gifts for the 2020 holidays: Treats, gear, classes

Jenn Harris, Patricia Escárcega, Bill Addison, Ben Mims, Lucas Kwan Peterson, Garrett Snyder, Alice Short • Los Angeles Times • October 30, 2020

an umami boost. $12-14 | 👉 Purchase here or here All-Time pique sauce When restaurants pivoted to become one-stop pantries for produce and ingredients at the start of the pandemic, many started making their own bottled condiments, particularly hot

sauce. Of all the ones we’ve tried since then, All-Time’s pique sauce is the best. Made with chiles and garlic, this Puerto Rican, vinegar-based hot sauce has a floral aroma — without any of the panted breath-induced sting. It’s obviously great on roast

The Anonymous Home Cook Behind Secret Pizza L.A. Shares His Secrets to Perfect Pizza

Danny Palumbo • Los Angeles Magazine • July 7, 2021

, but out here, I always say that it’s not the star of the show. It’s just not. This happens all the time: I’ll pass pizza places, and I’ll google them to check out their Yelp page. And when I do the first thing that comes up, almost always, are pictures

Newsletter: This is what a food critic cooks for Thanksgiving

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • November 16, 2019

: Patricia writes about the corn-centric, Mesoamerican cooking at Milpa Grille in Boyle Heights. I take a look at All Time in Los Feliz — an all-day restaurant that feels like the neighborhood’s living room, and is where I happened to be the first time I