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Dr. Sandwich

June 30, 2014
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Dr. Sandwich recently opened and invited me to Beverly Hills for lunch… …reminds me of Subway or Chipotle, with a Mediterranean theme. Customize your sandwich on plain/whole wheat Baguette… …Lafa… …or pita.  That’s what I got, along with some Chicken Shawarma. Also on the menu – Paninis, Soup, French Fries, Chicken Schnitzel… …and vegetarian options – Falafel… …and Sabich […]

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Union in Pasadena

June 16, 2014
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UPDATE: Union is no longer serving lunch Down the street from one of my favorite galleries in Old Pasadena, lies a 50-seat restaurant called Union. They recently launched their lunch menu… …which you can take to go… …but once I saw their adorable space, I decided to stay/eat at the bar. Elizabeth was my date […]

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Zinque West Hollywood

May 15, 2014
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Zinque now has another location in West Hollywood, right across from the Pacific Design Center. Christina invited me for a mid-week lunch (FYI they’re pretty much open all day long.) Just like the Venice original, there’s plenty of wine… …and coffee! Along with our Pig/Zinque themed beverages, we were served Banh Mi… …sliced hard boiled […]

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The Oinkster Hollywood

April 26, 2014
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I’ve been meaning to eat at The Oinkster for a few years – but Eagle Rock isn’t exactly around the corner from me. But now their new Hollywood location is! Located in the old Sushi Hiroba space on Vine Street above Melrose, a counter and casual dining space have replaced the old Sushi-Go-Round. The Oinkster […]

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Passover at Canter’s

April 16, 2014
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I can’t believe it’s been 4 years since we’ve eaten at Canter’s… …after seeing it on the Mad Men premiere, the seed was planted. I thought it’d be fun to go for Passover… …plus I’m still sick, and really wanted Matzo Ball Soup. This is the Mish Mosh, which comes with Bagel Chips, Rice, Noodles… […]

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