In LA, it’s pretty common for people to order their food sans bun. Between gluten free, or low-carb, this city is known for our diet restrictions, even when indulging in fast food.
Which is why it’s only normal that the Fatburger/Buffalo’s Express in Beverly Hills would take the protein style burger to the next level.
Forget just replacing a bun with a lettuce wrap, how about replacing the bun with TWO BURGER PATTIES!?
his summer, Southern California is full of festivals catering (pun intended) to eager foodies, looking to take a bite. From the traditional food festivals, to the not-so-typical, here is your guide to these upcoming, local food festivals, happening near you.
Whether it’s a breakfast burrito, a big stack of hot cakes, a mound of hash browns or a hot bowl of savory soup, you’ll need to drink plenty of water and fill your belly up with a hangover healing breakfast at one of these restaurants.
Saturday August 2nd is National Ice Cream Sandwich day and you’d be hard pressed to find anyone that would pass on the cold creamy goodness of a few scoops pressed between two slabs of cookie. To make sure you celebrate properly, here is a quick list of five places in the OC that have an over-the-top approach to the classic treat.
When a stadium has been around as long as Angel Stadium, it can be difficult to make the necessary adjustments to keep up with the modern amenities that today’s ballparks offer. Yet, this year, with […]
n honor of National Chicken Wing Day, Hooters is celebrating with All-You-Can-Eat Wings for only $12.99.
Starbucks’ treat receipt is back! If you never got the chance to double up on your caffeine intake when treat receipts were the hot beverage ticket, the way it works is if you buy a get-up-and-go coffee at 7am, you can bring your morning receipt in after 2pm and get a Grande cold beverage for only $2.
Whether you’re in West Hollywood, Los Feliz, Beverly Hills or Hollywood, you’re bound to recognize a famous face at any one of these celebrity brunch hot spots.
By Nadia Noir In Chinese astrology it might be Year of the Horse, but in Los Angeles gastronomy it’s the Year of the Flaming Rooster. From the srirachapocolypse that threatened the breakfast burritos of Angelenos […]
Today, we celebrate a great American pastime–putting a slab of processed meat into two toasty buns. It’s National Hot Dog Day and to celebrate two major hot dog purveyors are selling this major summer delicacy for total ’80s prices.