Where To Eat This Weekend: Boozy Fresas Con Crema, El Ruso’s New Flour Tostadas, Heritage Fire, and Hotville’s Fried Chicken-and-Chorizo Paella
Plus, where to go for Jordanian shawarma, mezcal-cured steelhead trout tostadas, powerful hash crackers, a local viewing of KISS's farewell concert, and L.A.'s most opulent Sunday brunch.
The Eight Best Tacos On Metro’s 207 Line, For Pastrami Burritos and Mole Negro On Western Ave.
You’ll discover an epic taco crawl along this epic bus route, a passage to pastrami burritos, beautifully battered fish tacos, Oaxacan cecina and mole negro, and the city's most widely discussed pescado zarandeado.
L.A.’s 14 Best Old-School Pie Shops
From a Hawaiian-inspired chocolate haupia pie in Torrance to a tender gourmet cobbler in Pasadena and a traditional apple pie in Van Nuys in between, this is your ultimate guide to pies that have stood the test of time in L.A.
The Ultimate Guide to the 26 Best Soups, Chowders, and Stews in Long Beach
Soup is good food. From ramen and pozole, to clam chowder, these are the best 26 soups in Long Beach—just in time time for the first rains of the season. But real talk, these soups hit the spot year-round.
The Ten Best N.Y.-Style Pizza Joints in Los Angeles
The myth that you can’t do N.Y.-style pizza outside of New York because of the tap water was debunked by every owner featured in our guide, written by a former New Yorker. The pizza here represents much more than a tasty, convenient slice. They represent New York grit.
What To Eat This Weekend: Tendon Birria, Egyptian Pie, Franklin BBQ Brisket Tacos, and Apple Cider Ice Cream
Meanwhile, Atla Venice is raising funds for Acapulco with its new happy hour and Simon is bringing its fish al pastor back to Sawtelle.
The Nine Best Tacos On Metro’s G Line, From North Hollywood To Canoga Park
Metro's G Line will carry you to some of the San Fernando Valley's best tacos and unique specialties, including mystery box "Desmadre" tacos, towering micheladas, and vegan tacos with eggplant cabeza in Van Nuys.
The Seven Sickest Halloween Haunts in Los Angeles
Why take a chance on watching another new horror movie when you could be the star of one? The kind of great haunts that balance DIY creativity with new shocks, surprises, and screams in immersive worlds that feel like a living nightmare torn straight from the scripts of Clive Barker.
From Bettie Page to Alfalfa: Six People You Didn’t Know Were Buried In Los Angeles
If you think L.A.’s studios, supermarkets, and freeways are stacked with Hollywood stars, you should see its cemeteries.