Monday, April 12, 2021

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...

Review: Leo’s Superfood Vegan Cafe

Black bean burrito from Leo's Superfood Vegan Cafe. Photo by Katya Castillo.Tiramisu from Leo's Superfood Vegan Cafe. Photo by Katya Castillo.Leo's Superfood Breakfast Burrito from Leo's Superfood Vegan Cafe. Photo by Katya Castillo.Tumeric/Ginger Cookies from Leo's Superfood Vegan Cafe. Photo by Katya Castillo.Tumeric/Ginger Cookies from Leo's Superfood Vegan Cafe. Photo by Katya Castillo. From...

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...

Food review: White Rabbit Cafe

White Rabbit Cafe originally began as a food truck before opening a brick and mortar location in 2010, Canoga Park, Calif. The location is not much bigger than a food truck and from the small kitchen hidden from view the cafe serves its take on Filipino fusion combining ingredients of Filipino cuisine and presenting them in versions of familiar...

Review: Humble Bee Cafe

The garden omelet at Humble Bee Cafe comes with home-styled potatoes and consists of caramelized onions, mushrooms, jack cheese and spinach. Photo by Luis Mendoza.The drinks at Humble Bee Cafe are refreshing and no ingredient overpowered the others. Photo by Luis Mendoza.A side of pancakes at Humble Bee Cafe fills the entire takeout container. Photo by Luis Mendoza.The...

Bread Crumbs Cafe

Tucked away between two office buildings in the parking lot of a medical center, the Bread Crumbs Cafe provides a convenient opportunity for a quick meal to those around. The small restaurant kitchen allows for approximately two people to sit inside and has outside seating for about six. The smell of baked bread and grilled deli meat fill the air...

Find strength in a warrior’s zen

It may seem like there is a yoga studio on every corner in the greater Los Angeles area. However, that is not true for the San Fernando Valley. North of the 101 between the 405 and Topanga Canyon, you will find a land sans yoga, with no legit hot yoga to practice for miles. But new business in Woodland Hills...

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...

Cavaretta’s Italian Deli & Groceries

Written by Kristen Aslanian Photo by John Gutierrez   Location: 22045 Sherman Way, Canoga Park, CA 91303 Phone: (818) 340-6626 Mon.- Sat. from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.     Cavaretta’s is more than just your traditional deli, it’s is also a grocery store which imports groceries from places like Italy and New York. With Boar’s Head umbrellas swaying in...

Review: Lulu’s Restaurant and Sports Bar

The spicy chicken sandwich and fries from Lulu's Restaurant and Sports Bar. Photo by Joey Farriola. Lulu’s Restaurant and Sports Bar is the ideal spot to order takeout or delivery. From the website to the social media, within the restaurant, Lulu’s Restaurant and Sports Bar has a mixed menu full of...