Sixteen Candles

February 20, 2013

in food events, restaurant

AAAAAH! Eboni Booth is in Los Angeles!!!! We go waaaaay back to NiteStar and NYC days.


Wolfed down some melon before we took a driving tour, stopping by The Grove/The Farmer’s Market for a snack.


I noshed on a baggie from Dylan’s Candy Bar – Chocolate-Covered everything: Banana Chips, Oreos, PB Crunch, Pretzels, and these “Clodhoppers.”



After that sweet treat, I attended a Sweet 16!


Sushi Roku Hollywood opened in 1997, and is celebrating its birthday with this special menu that begins March 1st.


I tried at least two of everything – Albacore Sashimi with Garlic Aioli + Crispy Rice Crackers…


…Spicy Tuna Hanabi atop crispy rice (my favorite)…


…Tuna Avocado Sushi Roll with spicy mayo…


…American Kobe Beef Potsticker with kimchee + soy chili vinegar…


…American Kobe Meatballs with soy mayo + karashi mustard…


…Shishito Peppers, Miso Eggplant (<—so good) + String Beans…


…Tuna Tartare with Caviar + Wasabi Root…


…Steamed Shrimp Dim Sum…


……and Toro Sushi with Shaved Black Truffles.


Everything (but the last one) is under $8 – and there’s a special cocktail menu too.


Back home, more chocolate-covered stuff with frozen grapes.


Did you have a sweet 16? I remember really wanting one. But since my birthday is Xmas Eve, having a big bash wasn’t gonna happen.

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1 Nuria Martín February 20, 2013 at 8:02 am

Wow, this japanese menu makes my mouth water!! And the photos, like always, really really nice (even the low ligth!!).

2 Vegyogini February 20, 2013 at 9:45 am

I didn’t realize they had opened a Dylan’s in LA. How fun!

My sweet 16 was a backyard picnic party with a bunch of my friends. Simple and sweet, indeed.

3 Erica February 20, 2013 at 12:00 pm

What a DELICIOUS day! I want your bag of chocolate covered goodies.

4 Chelsea February 20, 2013 at 12:07 pm

My uncle was married the day after my birthday and I was indeed a bridesmaid! His wife was so sweet though! At the rehearsal, on my birthday she gave me a pretty gift bag with 16 different king-sized candy bars and a note that said “Sixteen sweets for a sweet sixteen.” Oh Memories. :) Then for my seventeenth my friends and I made up for lost time, we had a blast with a roller skating party!

5 Eboni February 20, 2013 at 1:26 pm

Lynn, so much fun yesterday! Can’t wait for next adventure! And that Sweet Sixteen food looks absolutely amazing, hope it was a blast.

6 Lindsay February 20, 2013 at 5:33 pm

I did not have a sweet sixteen, somewhere after 12 and my ears were pierced finally, we stopped having tremendous birthdays…I feel like I celebrate them bigger now as an adult! Sweet (maybe sultry) 27 is coming up! Loved all the sushi choices, they look SOO good!

7 Lynn @ The Actor's Diet February 20, 2013 at 9:55 pm

i was 12 when i got my ears pierced too! ah, memories…

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