SoCal favorite Sidecar Doughnuts & Coffee serves doughnuts in flavors ranging from Huckleberry to Bacon Maple to Green Eggs & Ham. Obviously someone had to try the whole menu, and that someone was us.
Sunny Blue's excellent rice balls come in flavors and fillings that suit just about everyone. And at just $3.15 to $4.95, there's no reason to skimp on your order...which is why we decided to take on the full dozen they had in stock. See them all!
Forget ice cream cake. Take a behind the scenes look at how to make the strawberry laden Custard Crema gelato cake at Vitaly.
We tried all twelve Vietnamese sandwich on the menu at Lynda Sandwich. Some were knock-outs, some were solid, and some were less exciting in comparison. Check out the slideshow.
Los Angeles restaurants make it easy to breakfast like a champion, and the city plays host to a slew of phenomenal egg dishes. From breakfast pizza to a Cali-Mex burrito, these six dishes will have you counting down the clock until your next brunch. Resistance is futile.
There's no better place to find a cool sweet treat than the streets of Los Angeles. With such a diverse range of desserts: from Mexican, to Persian, to sweets made with farmer's market fresh fruits; the quest for cool creamy bites is a fun-filled scavenger hunt across the city.
Olive Tree in Anaheim's Little Arabia boasts more than 20 dishes at its annual Ramadan break-fast buffet, and we tried them all.
The City of Angels is an ethnic-foods paradise for those who love their dishes with a kick. From a mild sesame-scented spicy miso ramen to an infamously incendiary chile toreado taco, every fiery offering brings a different kind of heat to the table. Here are six of the city's best palate-inflaming dishes.
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