Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Food review: China Buffet

On Sherman Way Ave., China Buffet is the most financially economical buffet where you get the most out of your $5 bill.  Caution if you've never been there before as it is troublesome to find, as they only have a small 4 x 5 a sign posted near their front entrance. A friendly young voice greets you as you walk...

Pascal Patisserie and Cafe

The pleasant aroma of sugary sweets are accompanied by the friendly smiles by staff members behind the counter ready to help customers. With a vast amount of pastries, coffees and hot sandwiches paired with a glass of water infused with mint and citrus, completes a meal at Pascal Patisserie and Cafe. The cafe opened in July of 2016, this cafe...

Bites and Bikes: Pedaler’s Fork

A restaurant, bike shop and coffee shop combine under one roof at Pedaler’s Fork in Old Town Calabasas. Friendly faces greet incoming visitors and offer outdoor or indoor seating, both of which are adorned with old photos and bike models that are aesthetically pleasing. Views of the quaint city can be seen from any seat in the restaurant. The...

Review: Paoli’s Pizzeria and Piano Bar

Italian Restaurants are renowned as a staple of Chicago or New York culture. Finding genuine Italian food in Los Angeles is an interesting challenge. The Chicagoan will claim it isn’t nearly as good as their local spot, while the New Yorker wouldn’t even bother with the attempt.  Yet, it’s hard...

Review: 24 Hot Chicken & Waffle Bar

Chicken strips and crispy cut fries come in a large size at 24 Hot Chicken & Waffle Bar in Studio City, Calif. Photo by: Meilani WelbeckA large chicken sandwich with crispy cries is one filling meal at 24 Hot Chicken & Waffle Bar in Studio City, Calif. Photo by: Meilani WelbeckChicken waffles come in a large size...

Wrangle in some Texas-style barbecue

If you drive too fast, you will probably miss this place.  And what a shame it would be. Dr. Hogly Wogly surrounded by tall apartment buildings and local businesses on the busy Sepulveda Blvd. It is tucked in between a liquor store and a barber shop. The rooftop is covered with grey-brown shingles, black-brown wooden trims and the exterior walls...

Review: Thai Original BBQ Restaurant

Thai Original BBQ offers a varieties of dishes with the sauce as the star of the show. Photographer: Licia Summerhil At Thai Original BBQ, the sauce is the star of the show. Walking up to the restaurant, it is hard not to notice the double...

Review: Sabroso Mexican Restaurant

Situated next to a busy car wash a few blocks before Winnetka Avenue, on Vanowen Street stands a rectangular olive green Mexican restaurant. Upon entering, one is greeted with beautiful murals of Mexico style art. There is one mural in particular of a foundation with white doves perched...

Follow Your Heart

Written by Jeremy Nation Passing the threshold from the busy street gives an impression of being inside a small snobby place in New York. Inside a niche health food store, one might be surprised to find Follow Your Heart's restaurant section nestled away in the back where a more adventurous shopper might pick up some fermented kombucha tea or raw...

Review: Nights of the Jack

The entrance of Nights of the Jack in Calabasas, Calif. features many colorful jack-o'-lanterns. Photo by Ariel Gil. The flickering lights within the hundreds of jack-o’-lanterns catch the attention of the passengers and drivers passing by in their vehicles.  Night of the Jack, the once walk through annual event, has...