Roberta’s Pizza to LA
Looks like a big-time pop-up is coming to Sqirl tomorrow night, with Roberta’s from New York City pulling up with a mobile pizza oven. The $20 event lands you a full pie, some snacks, beer, and more, with everything kicking off at 9 p.m.
The business of Monkey Bar
LA Weekly talks all things Monkey Bar, the once-popular 90’s-era Hollywood hotspot. Opened in 1992 by Jack Nicholson’s best friend Alan Finkelstein, the place was a hit with celebrities for years, and even became the site of some pretty raucous late nights. Now you can recount the whole sordid history of the place yourself, right this way.
Tragedy at King Taco
The Eastsider offers mention of a shooting in front of King Taco in Lincoln Heights that left one dead. The terrible killing took place Monday afternoon with a gunman shooting from a black Mustang, with victim Danny Chea in another vehicle that eventually struck the side of King Taco. Police are actively looking for the gunman.
Franklin & Co. does happy hour
There’s a new Hollywood happy hour contender, this time in the form of Franklin & Co. in Franklin Village. The weekday option runs 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., and includes $3 bites, $4 beers, and $6 cocktails.
All hail the tlayuda
The LA Times talks all things tlayudas, offering up a few key places to grab the Oaxacan specialty. Along the way they also shout out some relative newcomers like the colorful Tlayuda LA on Santa Monica Blvd., because c’mon, who doesn’t like a good tlayuda?
A Guisados clone
LA Mag has a bit about Guisados and their apparent knockoff, a place in the Philippines that’s also called … Guisados. Rocking roughly similar menus and looks, the dueling places can be easy to misidentify upon first glance, but hopefully folks aren’t getting too confused.
What it’s like at Burgerlords
Still haven’t been to Burgerlords in Chinatown? Well here’s a new video to give you an idea of what an evening at the Chinatown hotspot looks like. You’ll also notice chef Timothy Hollingsworth kicking around: he did a one-month collaboration with the Burgerlords team for a special Burger Merger, with another chef coming in for November.