Victoria Eliot | KCET
Victoria Eliot is a food, travel and entertainment writer based in Los Angeles. A former Media Planner, Blue Apron chef and quintessential millennial, Victoria is a frequent contributor to KCET Food. Find her on twitter here: @VillageEliot
Post date: 2016-10-20T09:07:45-07:00
Most of the iconic and historic restaurants that still exist in Northridge, Mission Hills and North Hills come from the period of major growth and expansion after WWII, built by the young families who began moving to the Valley seeking the American Dream.
Post date: 2016-10-17T10:03:36-07:00
Prohibition and urbanization led to the closure of almost all wineries in Los Angeles. That is, except for one named San Antonio Winery, which has been held together by a mixture of hard work, smart thinking and family values for the past 100 years.
Post date: 2016-10-13T15:42:16-07:00
Shows and films have fostered an image of Beverly Hills as the ultimate in beauty and wealth. It is a city rich in Hollywood history and nothing tells that story quite like the restaurants and bars that have served its famous inhabitants for decades.
Post date: 2016-10-06T14:21:13-07:00
Bel Air is still known to be a fairly exclusive place to live. As a mainly residential neighborhood, there are a select few of local restaurants and bars. However, those that do exist tell the stories of the stars that have spent time within their walls.
Post date: 2016-09-30T11:39:23-07:00
Because of the large open spaces throughout Rolling Hills and Palos Verdes, there are few businesses that have made their home here. Those that have, though, have quite the stories to tell.
Post date: 2016-09-15T15:54:10-07:00
Today, Culver City is a booming modern metropolis. But take some time to explore and you will find that there are decades of history in the surviving restaurants and bars.