Eater Los Angeles

Eater Los Angeles

Eater Los Angeles

Eater LA is a blog by and for Los Angeles, a city rich in culinary traditions and intercultural exchanges. Eater LA covers the food that makes LA tick, and advises on navigating the all-too-often tricky restaurant scene in the City of Angels. And Eater LA is for those who love food. It has a reputation for its irreverent, off-color and at times, raunchy, take on the food and dining scene in Los Angeles.


Eater: 38 Essential Los Angeles Restaurants, Winter 20192019-01-092019-01-09https://www.langersdeli.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/langers-logo.pngLanger's Delicatessen-Restauranthttps://www.langersdeli.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/eater38newlogo.0.0.jpg200px200px (Source: We are honored to be named once again to Eater’s “38 Essential Los Angeles Restaurants” list for Winter 2019. It is highly prestigious and all of us at Langer’s Delicatessen are grateful for the award. Thank you, Eater!

Every year, Eater celebrates the best in new dining — a look at the top chefs, restaurants, and design that have opened in the last 12 months and made a big impression on the city. It’s the tenth annual edition of the Eater Awards, happening in 24 cities around the world. (Source: passionalitygroup.com)


The Rabbit Hole Bar is primarily the brainchild of Alexander Maximillian, who opened the place in early 2013. He’s got a long streak for pop culture love and has done his best to turn this low, narrow space into something special. He partnered with Glenn Carter to make individual stools, and is in production now on a Disney-sized spinning teacup to put inside the bar at some point. He’s even talked about branching out into other thematic bar treasures eventually, but unlike the short-lived stints of places like Ron Burgundy-themed Stay Classy Bar, Maximillian builds places that last, that locals want to drink in.

Los Angeles’s coffee scene has come a long way since the days of sugary syrups and poorly foamed milk. The number of local shops doing it right has grown by leaps and bounds in the past few years, making it possible to find a great latte, cappuccino, or brewed coffee in nearly every corner of the city. Here now are the 17 essential coffee bars in Los Angeles, presented from west to east (not in any particular order). (Source: www.interstellarla.com)


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