Eat! Drink! at Barcito

South Park stands alone in the micro-neighborhoods of DTLA; at times it feels detached, aloof even, from the rest of the DTLA community, which tends to ebb and flow across the varied “lines” of sectors. But all that is about to change. With the opening of Barcito, the Argentinian inspired bar and grill, South Park has a true neighborhood bar that welcomes residents of South Park (and DTLA at large) with bigger than usual tapas plates and “just right like baby bear’s porridge” cocktail game. Join Gerren and Anthony as they are embraced by the Latin American warmth only an Argentinian local spot can provide.

Eat! Drink! at 10e Restaurant

This week the guys visit a place that is part “old country” charm and part sophisticated elegance.  “Sexy” is the word that comes to mind when you first enter, but this Middle Eastern eatery is so much more than a pretty face. With authentic Lebanese libations and a commitment to fresh ingredients in every dish, you’ll find yourself eating for hours, throwing back Arak shots and yelling “Sahha” each time you visit.

 

 

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Eat! Drink! 10e Restaurant

This week the guys visit a place that is part “old country” charm and part sophisticated elegance.  “Sexy” is the word that comes to mind when you first enter, but this Middle Eastern eatery is so much more than a pretty face. With authentic Lebanese libations and a commitment to fresh ingredients in every dish, you’ll find yourself eating for hours, throwing back Arak shots and yelling “Sahha” each time you visit.

10e Restaurant is located at 811 W 7th St, Los Angeles, CA 90017

Eat! Drink! at Redline DTLA

This week, the guys went to Redline and learned that “DTLA’s Premier Gay Bar” is more than just a tagline. With a relaxing atmosphere, tasty bites, delicious drinks, and a focus on being a “neighborhood bar,” Redline is a great place to hang out with neighbors and friends. So whether you’re part of the LGBT community, an ally, or just want to be “keenly alive and exuberant,” Redline is indeed the place to be! So come meet proprietors Oliver and Zach and prepare to have stereotypes shattered.

 

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Eat! Drink! Redline DTLA

This week, the guys went to Redline and learned that “DTLA’s Premier Gay Bar” is more than just a tagline. With a relaxing atmosphere, tasty bites, delicious drinks, and a focus on being a “neighborhood bar,” Redline is a great place to hang out with neighbors and friends. So whether you’re part of the LGBT community, an ally, or just want to be “keenly alive and exuberant,” Redline is indeed the place to be! So come meet proprietors Oliver and Zach and prepare to have stereotypes shattered.

Redline DTLA is located at 131 E 6th St in Downtown LA

Eat! Drink! at The Little Easy

The spirit of New Orleans is a concept that is both elusive and intoxicating. Once you’ve visited the crescent city, you find yourself always craving its essence, but rarely, if ever, finding it outside the confines of Louisiana. DTLA’s Little Easy miraculously finds a way to give you a little piece of the French Quarter, while still providing the quality Eat! Drink! experience one expects from a Los Angeles watering hole. Come explore how this Historic Core hidden gem finds a way to bring you authentic (and delicious) Jambalaya and a Hurricane that’s better than anything you’ve had on Bourbon Street.

 

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Eat! Drink! The Little Easy

 

The spirit of New Orleans is a concept that is both elusive and intoxicating. Once you’ve visited the crescent city, you find yourself always craving its essence, but rarely, if ever, finding it outside the confines of Louisiana. DTLA’s Little Easy miraculously finds a way to give you a little piece of the French Quarter, while still providing the quality Eat! Drink! experience one expects from a Los Angeles watering hole. Come explore how this Historic Core hidden gem finds a way to bring you authentic (and delicious) Jambalaya and a Hurricane that’s better than anything you’ve had on Bourbon Street.

 

Little Easy is located at 216 W 5th St Los Angeles, CA 90013

 

Eat! Drink! Peking Tavern

This week, Gerren and Anthony tackle the one spirit they are completely unfamiliar with: the unique, one of a kind liquor of China—Baijiu. Unlike anything else you’ve ever sipped, this experience can only be had at one place on the entire west coast: Peking Tavern. The brainchild of two friends, Andrew Wong and Andrew Chiu, Peking Tavern aims to recreate a time, place and feeling the two friends shared during their time in Beijing in the 1990s. Inviting, elegant, and down right “homey,” this basement Tavern will blow your mind with its high quality ingredient focus for its “street food,” and the Baijiu cocktails know how to pack a punch. From the high octane spirits, to the delicious dumplings, all the way to spirit of friendship, Peking Tavern defines #FunDining.

 

Check out these fresh hand-pulled noodles!

Noodles!!

Eat! Drink! at Peking Tavern

This week, Gerren and Anthony tackle the one spirit they are completely unfamiliar with: the unique, one of a kind liquor of China—Baijiu. Unlike anything else you’ve ever sipped, this experience can only be had at one place on the entire west coast: Peking Tavern. The brainchild of two friends, Andrew Wong and Andrew Chiu, Peking Tavern aims to recreate a time, place and feeling the two friends shared during their time in Beijing in the 1990s. Inviting, elegant, and down right “homey,” this basement Tavern will blow your mind with its high quality ingredient focus for its “street food,” and the Baijiu cocktails know how to pack a punch. From the high octane spirits, to the delicious dumplings, all the way to spirit of friendship, Peking Tavern defines #FunDining.

Eat! Drink! at 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.

 

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