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True Food Kitchen

True Food Kitchen is one of the best restaurants to take a large group of people who have varying diets. Whenever I am faced with the daunting task of trying to satisfy an entire groups pallet I offer the idea of dining at True Food Kitchen. 338 more words


Having Katsuya five minutes away from your apartment is both a blessing and a curse. You know how when you were younger and your mom would tell you to eat your vegetables and you reluctantly agreed, but then she gave you brussels sprouts and then you really wanted to just throw your plate on the ground? 101 more words

The Peninsula Beverly Hills

My love for the Peninsula began when I was a little girl reading Eloise at the Plaza, dreaming that one day I would be able to live in a hotel and drink tea. 231 more words

Gracias Madre

One cannot visit Los Angeles, let alone live in LA without trying vegan cuisine. While I am not a true vegan, I love having the option and living in LA has given me the opportunity to try many different vegan restaurants. 248 more words

Nobu Malibu

My experience at Nobu has never failed to impress me. I have been to Nobu’s restaurant in four states and even Bahamas. The food is consistently amazing no matter the location, however, the vibes are always unique and the menus offer specials in their respective locations. 225 more words


One of the many perks of having parent’s in town is the delicious dinners. I have had Craig’s on my list of restaurants to go to for a very long time. 339 more words

Sugar Fish

One of my favorite places to go for sushi is Sugar Fish. The food is consistently good, no matter the location. Lately I find myself getting takeout and venturing to the downtown location because it is very close to school. 169 more words