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Asian Fusion Now on the Sunset Strip at ‘Warrior’ Restaurant

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Asian fusion on the Sunset Strip at Warrior

WEST HOLLYWOOD (Los Angeles Times) — Warrior opened November 22 on the Sunset Strip. Chef Hung Huynh’s Asian-fusion menu includes Wagyu beef potstickers, drunken noodles, tempura avocado and sea bass lettuce wraps.

A time to grill King of the Grill is now popping up nightly in front of the CVS Pharmacy in Palms. The stand specializes in Brazilian-style skewers including picanha, bacon-wrapped chicken and steak, served with fries, rice and farofa.

Vivan los vegans Veganos en East Los is a biweekly night market featuring vegan food vendors in Mariachi Plaza in Boyle Heights. The next event will be on November 22 and includes La Vuena Vida for raw foods, Naughty Boy Sushi and Chicana […]

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New Paradis Ice Cream Shop Opening in West Hollywood Jan 25

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WEST HOLLYWOOD (Patch) — A new ice cream shop is opening in West Hollywood. Paradis Ice Cream will open January 25 at 7901 Santa Monica Boulevard.

Paradis, which won L.A. Daily News’ “Readers Best” award in 2019, is originally from Denmark. They first opened a location in California in 2009 in Montrose. The West Hollywood shop will be the twelfth store in Southern California.

“Our delicious ice cream is made fresh by our talented ice cream chefs in our main commissary in San Fernando and sent out to our locations in the morning by our early-rising couriers,” the Paradis press release said.

“At Paradis there is something for every taste: traditional ice cream made from locally-sourced […]

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New Classic Comfort Menu Comes to WeHo Shake Shack

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WEST HOLLYWOOD — Starting today, Tuesday, January 7thShake Shack is launching its limited edition Classic Comfort Menu which will include a trio of shakes – Cookie Butter, Malted Milk Chocolate and Frozen Hot Chocolate – as well as an old favorite, The ShackMeister Burger.

Instead of hibernating this winter, Shake Shack wants to bring people together and celebrate good, delicious and wholesome food, which is why they created the Classic Comfort Menu.

The award winning ShackMeister Burger, which was originally created in 2014 for South Beach Food and Wine Festival, is a spin-off of Shake Shack’s take on onion rings.

A classic Shackburger topped with shallots marinated in ShackMeister Ale and fried until crispy, The ShackMeister is the perfect combo of bitter and sweet. Pro tip! Looking for more shallots? You can add them to either your fries or dog at any Shack — including West Hollywood!

Classic Comfort Menu

  • Trio of Shakes
    • Available from January 7th – March 16th
    • Cookie Butter: vanilla frozen custard and cookie butter mixed and topped with whipped cream and speculoos cookie crumbles 
    • Malted Milk Chocolate: chocolate frozen custard and Ghirardelli sweet cocoa powder mixed and topped with whipped cream, cocoa powder and miniature marshmallows 
    • Frozen Hot Chocolate: vanilla and chocolate frozen custard malted and topped with whipped cream and crushed milk chocolate 
  • ShackMeister Burger
    • Available from January 7th – March 31st
    • Beer-marinated crispy shallots and ShackSauce on a 100% Angus beef cheeseburger – no added hormones or antibiotics, ever
    • Pro Tip: Not in the mood for a burger? Add Crispy shallots to you dog or fries
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Where to Get Chinese Food on Christmas Day in LA — a Local Tradition

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LOS ANGELES (Los Angeles Magazine) — While many families will be enjoying turkey and mashed potatoes at home this Christmas, many others—particularly here in L.A.—will have visions of egg rolls dancing in their heads instead.

Eating Chinese food on Christmas has been a tradition in the Jewish community for at least 100 years —Supreme Court justice Elena Kagan and director Stephen Spielberg have referred to it, SNL ’s made fun of it, and college students write papers about it.

Rabbi Joshua Eli Plaut, author of the book, A Kosher Christmas, explains that the tradition began back in the early 19 th century, when Chinese and Jewish immigrants lived near each other on New York City’s very crowded Lower East Side, and Chinese restaurants proliferated in the neighborhood. Nowadays, since most other restaurants are closed […]

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