National Tequila Day is coming up, and, north of the border though it may be, L.A. knows how to honor the occasion. Celebrate with shots, salt, and lime, or go big with a creative tequila cocktail (like the ones in the gallery below!). Don't eat the worm. Unless you really, really want to.
With the coronavirus lockdown. the momentum of the Filipino food movement came to a screeching halt. Lauren Delgado and Rayson Esquejo felt they needed to do something. But they weren't sure how, at first.
While L.A. may be more closely associated with palm trees lining its sidewalks and streets, this sprawling city and its surrounding municipalities is actually a horticultural delight of varied treescapes. Here are seven spots to get a glimpse of great blossoms.
Sake has existed for thousands of years. To help introduce and better understand this storied beverage, we turn to Courtney Kaplan, sommelier, sake aficionado and co-owner of restaurants Tsubaki and Ototo in Los Angeles.