Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Couture eats at Slaw Dogs

Nestled away in Woodland Hills on the long stretch of Ventura Boulevard is Slaw Dogs. It is one of three restaurants by the same name; the others being in Pasadena and Durante. Despite its small size, humble exterior painted pale gold and minimal patio décor, the mini restaurant is far from what it seems. Customers are greeted on their arrival...

Daglas Drive-In perfect for those on a budget

As Daglas Drive-In, whether you choose to dine inside or outside on the patio, the choice of hearty food should be appeal to anyone on a budget. The inside is nice and clean, with no trash to be seen. There are nice brown wooden tables with decorations of flower make it more attractive. From inside or outside you can smell...

Joe’s Café an all-around winner

Tired of the same cookie-cutter breakfast restaurants that serve food that looks nothing like it was advertised? Meals that were prepared hours before you even arrived? Overpriced and overrated dishes with absolutely no flair and horrible presentation? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, Joe’s Café in Granada Hills is where you need to go. This tiny café...

Paoli’s Pizzeria and Piano Bar delivers distinct food and good time

Chairon's World Famous Paoli's Pizzeria, Pasta House and Piano Bar's distinctive pub look of deep maroon and matte black exterior paint, bold white sign lettering and fresh flower pots makes the place easy to spot while driving Ventura Boulevard in Woodland Hills, Calif., where it has been since 1984. The frontage has an enclosed patio with a dozen tables, three...

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Larsen’s Steakhouse

Written by Chaez Pearson In the heart of Valencia is a street called Town Center Drive where the majority of the town’s entertainment takes place. This street has a mall, movie theater, luxurious gymnasiums, a plethora of smaller shops, as well as some of the best restaurants. At night, the neon lights up and the city center’s atmosphere is like...

Bleecker Street

Written By Zach Felder A charming staff greets customers at Bleeker Street. Seating is provided at the ultra modern bar or at a table, both are pleasant. An event room is part of the layout for big gatherings. Performing an original act, a singer provides a romantic vibe to the restaurant, but families are also welcome. Plate glass adds to...

The Vegan Joint

  Written by Silvik Hagopian Stepping foot into The Vegan Joint, an immediate greeting is given by the only waitress in the restaurant, an Asian woman clad in a bright turquoise T-shirt and black short hair severely cut to her earlobes. The entrance room looks like a small café upon walking in. Overwhelming sunlight floods into the mustard-colored room, making the light seem...

California Mad Poppers

Written by Lital Shoshan  Perhaps it’s a fad but California Mad Poppers, located on Shoup Avenue and Sherman Way, may be onto something with its frozen popcorn. Opening the door to the store, the smell of freshly-popped kernels greats the nose. An eye-popping, colorful menu captures attention. Sticky, gooey caramel and hand-popped popcorn combine to make a frozen treat delight. At California...

Exotic Thai Café

Written by Lynn Levitt From the outside, Exotic Thai Café is not exactly appealing. Located at the end of a seedy strip mall on Ventura Boulevard and Fallbrook Avenue in Woodland Hills, Calif., it is somewhat of a turn-off.  But, the front door opens, the atmosphere changes and the walls of the San Fernando Valley transform to a gem somewhere...