Good Greek Grill heads to Hollywood
There's another location of Good Greek Grill, the former food truck turned Los Feliz brick and mortar, coming to Hollywood. The space is going to be rather expansive compared to the first iteration, says LA Weekly, and feature some 80 seats plus a more well-rounded menu with coffee options. Expect a September arrival for the concept at 6363 Yucca, in the former Village Pizzeria space.
Forbes knows where to eat
Out-of-towners have one more go to guide for where to eat across the city, thanks to this Forbes piece. Among the listed favorites are Howlin' Rays (watch out for that line, non-locals!), Baldoria, and Badmaash, plus newcomer 71Above and long-running favorite Culina.
Prime Pizza's sandwich expansion
Want more than just a slice at Prime Pizza? You're in luck, because the small Fairfax shop has only just started offering full Italian-style deli sandwiches. The menu is small but strong: an Italian combo, turkey pesto, and caprese, each around $11 and served on Bub & Grandma's bread. The sandwiches are available all day long.
James Murphy at Night + Market Song
With the FYF music festival happening in Los Angeles, tons of music celebs are out and about, eating at some pretty key spot. Case in point: James Murphy from LCD Soundsystem catching a meal at Night + Market Song.
Alhambra's new bakery
The Alhambra Source breaks news about a strong new bakery contender right on Main Street called Mattlorna Cafe. The place looks pretty great, and apparently they're using a 105-year old starter for their bread that's been imported from Italy.
Tacocity on a bookshelf near you
There's a new must-read taco book out on the Los Angeles scene, as author Rob Gokee turns in a new volume titled Tacocity. L.A. Taco caught up with the avid eater to discuss his favorite tacos, his new book, and how Gokee's day job doesn't stop him from eating well.
Ray Garcia gets college credit
UCLA alum Ray Garcia keeps getting love from the Bruin media family, including this recent write-up on the Broken Spanish owner's unique approach to Mexican cuisine. The story also tackles Garcia's rise, from his humble college beginnings to stints at some of the strongest restaurants in the city.
Who's got it better than Keith Garrett?
The whirlwind media tour continues for Keith Garrett of All Flavor No Grease, as the man shows up in this awesome new video from the folks at Mitú. Enjoy it.