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Soft serve at HONEYMEE Wilshire

Where to Find the Best Soft Serve in Los Angeles

03/31/2017

Karen Young

Soft serve has come a long way from Fosters Freeze and Dairy Queen — combining creativity, whimsy, and decadence with a certain amount of health and environmental consciousness. Along with all that, it tastes better than ever. With several trendsetting shops in a two-mile radius, Koreatown seems to be the hub of some of the most innovative soft serve around. From the classic cone to artisanal chef-driven creations with amusing toppings and quirky names, here are ten of the best soft serve places in L.A.

Breakfast sandwich melt at Café Vida

Post-Hike Food in Los Angeles

03/24/2017

Joshua Lurie

Los Angeles County features hundreds of miles of trails with views of the city and ocean, and while it can be an adrenaline rush to kick up some dust and build up a sweat, life certainly becomes sweeter (and more savory) with a post-hike reward. Discover 10 places to enjoy a meal after spending time on foot.

Soon Tofu at BCD Tofu House

The Guide to Late Night Dining in Los Angeles

11/17/2016

Esther Tseng

From New York pizza to authentic ramen noodles and a popular taco truck, there are numerous options besides the classic greasy spoon. Read on to find out the tasty spots around L.A. open until at least 2 a.m. to buffer a night of imbibing with a hearty nightcap.

Sausage plate at Sahag's Basturma

The Best Sausages in Los Angeles

10/10/2016

Joshua Lurie

Sausage is a time-tested tradition that takes off-cuts of meat and transforms them with spices and seasoning into encased flavor bombs. Oktoberfest first started in 1810 in Munich and has since become a hotbed for communal beer and sausage consumption. That legacy continues locally at places like Torrance’s Alpine Village. Thankfully, people don’t need to rely on that raucous stretch of time in September and October to get sausage drunk. Sausage traditions also extend far beyond Bavaria, around the globe. Discover 11 places to enjoy house-made sausages in L.A.

House-smoked salmon at Connie & Ted's

Top 10 New Los Angeles Brunches

10/07/2016

Joshua Lurie

Los Angeles brunch service continues to benefit from a steady stream of talented chefs and a bumper crop of new restaurants. Weekends now command attention from serious diners, and not just from people who are craving a hangover cure. Discover 10 of the most exhilarating brunch options in Los Angeles, all with standout food and drinks.

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