Eat! Drink! Cerveteca

 

Cerveteca is Williamsburg meets East Los backyard party. With family recipes on all of their California-Mexican cuisine and a chic interior design, your flannel shirt will be in style whether you’re a hipster or an ese–or anything in between. From ceviche to ribs, or “hang over soup” to michelada, this Arts District hide-out is a must visit.

 

Cerveteca DTLA is located at 923 E 3RD ST #109, LOS ANGELES CA 90013

Eat! Drink! Border Grill

 

With a location that doubles as an almost literal cornerstone of DTLA, Border Grill provides high quality Mexican food from famous chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger. Accompanying their dishes is a finely sourced and crafted tequila driven bar program.

Border Grill DTLA

is located at 445 S. Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA 90071

Eat! Drink! Artisan House

Artisan house is located inside the historic Pacific Electric Building in downtown Los Angeles. This restaurant, bar, and market features finely crafted cocktails, delicious food and a cold deli with salads and sandwiches to go.

 

Artisan House is located at 600 S Main St. Los Angeles CA 90014

Mussels and Tuna Tartare
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Ex Pete’s Fries
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The Market
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The Market
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The Bar

 

Eat! Drink! Horse Thief BBQ, The Oyster Gourmet

Grand Central Market is known to house some amazing food stalls, and its dynamic growth and change over the past few years has made it a foodies dream come to life. We take a moment to visit a couple of the newer establishments and share their focus on good food in the heart of downtown.

 

Horse Thief BBQ

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The Oyster Gourmet

episode nineteen links

This week we dig deeper into an already exciting summer when we sit down with Leigh Ann Hahn the programming director for Grand Performances

 

Also New Filmmakers LA is a non-profit organization that helps up and coming filmmakers gain valuable exposure in some amazing ways, we get the scoop from executive director Larry Laboe
And we talk with friend of the show Brian Champlin of We Like LA dot com about how to keep our social calendars overrun with great activities

 

 

 

Grand Performances

 

 

 

 

welikela.com

 

 

 

 

New Filmmakers LA – On Location