Eat! Drink! at China Cafe, Las Morelianas

This week Gerren and Anthony go back to the Eat! Drink! Adventureland known as Grand Central Market. After experimenting with some new tenants last trip, they decided to go old school: experiencing the multi-generational ethnic melting pot that is the counter at China Café and getting knee-deep in some hog at Las Morelianas, home of the best carnitas in DTLA. So take a listen and then go get lost for a day at DTLA’s finest open-air culinary experience.

 

 

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Eat! Drink! China Cafe, Las Morelianas

This week Gerren and Anthony go back to the Eat! Drink! Adventureland known as Grand Central Market. After experimenting with some new tenants last trip, they decided to go old school: experiencing the multi-generational ethnic melting pot that is the counter at China Café and getting knee-deep in some hog at Las Morelianas, home of the best carnitas in DTLA. So take a listen and then go get lost for a day at DTLA’s finest open-air culinary experience.

 

China Cafe

Las Morelianas

 

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

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.

 

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Spring Street Parklet, Grand Central Market, We Like LA

In this episode we visit the rededication of the spring street parklet, visit the historic Grand Central Market and talk to the co-founder of Welikela.com a site about discovering Los Angeles