Stories about Vine

The 75 best restaurants in Orange County in 2019 (15-1)

Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • May 3, 2019

list in reverse order, with 75-61 appearing Monday, April 29; 60-46 on Tuesday, April 30; 45-31 on Wednesday, May 1; 30-16 on Thursday, May 2; and finally, the top 15 on Friday, May 3. 15. Vine (2018 ranking: 15) Sit in the front bar area if you like it

satisfying, but you might want to ask for the sauce on the side. 211 N. El Camino Real, San Clemente, 949-361-2079, Jared Cook in the kitchen at Vine San Clemente (Photo by Leonard Ortiz, Orange County Register/SCNG) 14. Solita (2018

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In celebration of Nowruz, one of L.A.'s best pop-ups delves into the seasonality of Persian cooking

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • March 25, 2023

chicken and waffles at the Court Cafe in Westchester. — Journalism legend Linda Deutsch writes about the closing Hollywood haunt Off Vine, and why it matters to Los Angeles. — Stephanie Breijo has the report on six new additions for Michelin’s 2023 update

Is this the best shawarma in Los Angeles?

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • January 21, 2023

seeping among the meat and contrasting with the pickles is deeply satisfying. On weekends Kamal keeps his business — located near the intersection of Hollywood and Vine next to a tattoo studio and a juice bar; Peggy Lee’s Walk of Fame star is right in

Need pie? 9 local bakeries for last-minute Thanksgiving orders

Stephanie Breijo, Jenn Harris, Betty Hallock, Lucas Kwan Peterson • Los Angeles Times • November 16, 2022

Angeles: 1253 Vine St., Suite 12, Los Angeles, (323) 848-4672; Costa Mesa: 2930 Bristol St., Unit A103, Costa Mesa, (657) 600-8104; Friends & Family Roxana Jullapat’s bounteous pastry case is

now through Nov. 23; the Costa Mesa shop will allow walk-in orders. This frozen pie also can be shipped nationwide. The final day to pre-order is Nov. 20; orders must be placed at least two days in advance of pickup. — S.B. Los Angeles: 1253 Vine St

How Two Friends Made Their Dream of a Delicious Dairy-Free Dessert a Reality

Jean Trinh • Los Angeles Magazine • September 15, 2021

on the head right off the bat, but there are some, like the red velvet, that took a two-year process,” Wei says. Dear Bella, 1253 Vine St., Ste. 12, Hollywood, 323-848-4672.

Priced out of n/naka? Try Niki Nakayama’s new izakaya

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • August 18, 2022

Japanese American Cultural & Community Center. In the midst of it all, they leased a vine-covered building on a corner of West Washington Boulevard in Mid-City that was previously occupied by a Korean seafood restaurant. The couple knew they’d need to give

Where to eat outside in Los Angeles

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • December 10, 2022

, unfussy collards. Savor them on the back patio, an oasis of trellised vines, knotty wood fencing and strung lights. Ammatolí On a busy, wide, restaurant-filled block of 3rd Street in Long Beach, Dima Habibeh sets up a sidewalk patio filled

It's endless summer at Greekman's in Echo Park

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • September 4, 2021

tarped dining room in subtle shades of white and Aegean blue, with tasteful faux vines dangling down the walls. Servers breeze by carrying lemony grilled octopus and tomato salads and platters of souvlaki. The air carries scents of grilled meat and the

Knott’s Berry Farm Is Offering Its Famous Fried Chicken Dinners To Go

Chris Nichols • Los Angeles Magazine • May 4, 2020

Knott revived a hybrid plant that was created by Rudolf Boysen and left to die on the vine. Knott named the hybrid of European raspberry, European blackberry, American dewberry, and loganberry after the botanist and the rest is delicious California

Review: Horses is a new modern L.A. institution

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • January 6, 2022

steak (a.k.a. hanger steak) grilled over vine cuttings with a silky celeriac dauphinoise on the side; and a very un-smashburger cheeseburger that combines chuck, rib and top round cuts and costs $27. Burger aficionados not repelled by the price should