What to Eat This Weekend: ‘Sea-Cuterie,’ Al Pastor Rigatoni, and Oxtail Curry Pizza
Plus, a new spot to get huitlacoche quesadillas—with cheese—in the San Fernando Valley and a new delivery-only bento box to order in.
‘Ankle Bandits’ Steal Foos Gone Wild’s Knee-High Socks and Puppet Heads From Black SUV In Skid Row
"I don't want no cops involved. I got a cash reward." - Lil Mr. E tells L.A. TACO. In addition to the puppet heads, the thief took off with a a pair of white K-Swiss shoes, a white FGW hoodie, knee-high Foos Gone Wild-branded white socks, and blue plaid extra-long jorts. Foos Gone Wild has also confirmed that there were indeed broken windows on the floor at the scene of the crime. The anonymous admin is asking the "ankle bandits" to DM him to return the stolen items—no questions asked. "Please wear high socks when returned."
What To Eat This Weekend In L.A.: A New Thai Taco, Zapotec Mole Ice Cream, and Pollito Al Pastor with Pineapple Butter
Or you can have hummus with a bust of Jesus on your table from one of the Southwest's seminal chefs on La Brea. Your call.
The 8 Best Tacos Along Metro’s 18 Bus Route, From East L.A. To KTown
Connecting East L.A. to the rest of Los Angeles, Metro's 18 bus is a legendary mainline to spectacular tacos, including curbside tacos de canasta, famous Baja fish tacos, insane tlayudas, and the most taco-y plate of vegan barbacoa pasta you've ever seen.
Six Soups To Seek Out When You’re Sick In L.A.
From in Southeast L.A. to tom yum descended from local Thai food royalty, here's your prescription for soul-satisfying broths, soups, and stews throughout L.A.
Weed Drinks and Zero-Proof Bar Menus: Here’s How to Stay Booze-Less This Dry January
From the best booze-free spirits to experiment with at home to L.A.’s best zero-proof bar menus, and even some cannabis-spiked treats for the Cali-sober, here’s everything you need to make it when you're off the sauce.
Homeless Chinese Man In DTLA Goes Viral With ‘American-Style Begging’ Videos, Branding Him Both a Hero and Villain Across the Pacific
Some praise Prof. Fatman Ding as a walking middle finger to a U.S. job market that runs on abusing immigrant labor. Others see him as a freeloader and a disgrace to the Chinese American community.
Where to Eat This Weekend: Historic Filipinotown’s Holiday Party, Tlayudas for L.A.’s Indigenous Communities, and Indian Sweets Gift Boxes
Plus, pork belly chicharrón with mole pipian, grilled cheese sandos with chorizo, and new beer collaboration with a local pro skater. It's your city, here are the best pop-ups and parties to eat and drink at this weekend.
Sublime Unites With Bradley Nowell’s Son Jakob At DTLA’s Punk-Reggae Benefit For HR Of Bad Brains
The show was described as a “once-in-lifetime” set list with the son of Sublime’s iconic late frontman performing his father’s anthems with the band’s original members. It was a ska-punk night for the ages.
The 12 Best Tamales In Los Angeles Accessible By Metro
Car-free in Los Angeles but need to pick up a dozen or so tamales this holiday season? We got your back. From tender banana leaf-wrapped tamales to CDMX-style guajolotongos tamales stuffed with chilaquiles, go Metro to attain your masa fix.