Kat HongLA Staff Writer
Kat was born and raised in Hilo, Hawaii, a small, beautiful town that has maybe 3-4 restaurant openings a year, max. Now living in Los Angeles, Kat likes to fill her time with marveling at the wonder of flight, listening to podcasts, applying for Mensa, getting rejected from Mensa, and perpetually existing on the brink of joining a pyramid scheme.
All the LA restaurant openings you should know about.
Avoid the tourist traps and have lunch at one of these great Santa Monica spots.
Joe’s Pizza in Santa Monica is a New York City transplant slinging - you guessed it - NYC-style pies.
Lady & Larder, a wonderful women-owned shop in Santa Monica selling cheese, charcuterie, flowers, produce, and bottles of wine.
Where To Have Dinner When Your Family Visits LA
Where To Have Dinner When Your Family Vis…
19 spots perfect for your mom, dad, sister, brother, estranged aunt, older cousin, and family friend who’s not technically blood-related.
The LA Hit List: The Best New Restaurants In Los Angeles
The LA Hit List: The Best New Restaurants…
We checked out these new restaurants in LA - and loved them.
Thirsty? We’ve got more than 60 bottomless brunches that can help with that.
Los Angeles is a taco town, but some are in a class all their own. Consider this your checklist for the best of the best.
Your guide to the 30 best brunches on the Eastside, from East Hollywood to Highland Park.
Super Rich is a Japanese onigiri shop in Echo Park that makes food that belongs in an art gallery
Sazón is a Mexican restaurant in Huntington Park with a killer brunch and Selena sing-alongs.