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Sun-SentinelGet out your score cards and see how many great seafood restaurants you can check off out west. A futile exercise at best, right? Except for one shimmer of hope in a small neighborhood shopping center, miles from the ocean. Enter chef Steven LaBiner's...
Times Staff WriterYou walk slowly on the Path of the Gods high above Positano for fear of cutting a switchback short and falling over a cliff. Your imagination starts playing tricks, keeping you on the lookout for brigands and satyrs. You get used to going astray on trails...
Sun-SentinelThere is something about the architecture of Pembroke Pines that has nearly every restaurant within the city limits looking like a chain restaurant. Many are, of course, but here in the land of suburban sprawl and mile after mile of strip malls, there is...
Times Staff WriterTo an American, the name Santa Barbara may prompt images of leisure on a soap opera scale. Someone from Japan may be more likely to think of uni. That's right, sea urchin roe. It may come as a surprise to most local residents, but some of the most...
Special to The TimesIt was a life-changing moment: The sushi chef presented my friend and me with wine glasses filled partway with sake; tiny live crabs crawled up the sides. Back into the kitchen the glasses went, and soon the crabs returned as very crisp, tiny, perfectly...
Tags: West Hollywood, Foods and Beverages, Ginger, Fingers, Shrimp
Sun-SentinelVisiting Old Florida Seafood House is like slipping into a pair of favorite slippers at the end of a long day. It's a comfy fit that raises your spirits with the sheer pleasure of its simplicity. As one of South Florida's most reliable seafood houses,...
The Hartford CourantQ: Brrrr, it's cold! I need something hot to keep me warm. any suggestions? A: I've got one word for you: chowder. Is there anything more classically New England than clam chowder? I was recently reminded of clam chowder's comforting powers on chilly...
Tags: Maine, Dining and Drinking, Bacon, Lifestyle and Leisure, Butter
One of the first travel writers to see the area said, "Ocian in view! O! the joy." Within a few weeks, however, he was complaining about the rain: "O! how disagreeable is our Situation dureing this dreadfull weather." Of course, in 1805 William Clark...
Amalfi Coast, Italy -- You walk slowly on the Path of the Gods high above Positano for fear of cutting a switchback short and falling over a cliff. Your imagination starts playing tricks, keeping you on the lookout for brigands and satyrs. You get used to...
Special to The TimesA-1 Produce and Veggie Lovers Deli. Specialties: saag paneer, masala dosa, potato bonda, pakoras, kulfi ice creams. Entrées, $5 to $6. 9043 Reseda Blvd., Northridge; (818) 998-6900. See Page 18 for review. Ago is more scene than substance, a slick...
Tags: Travel, Chicken Breast, Catfish, Los Angeles Times, Shrimp
Special To The SunFresh off the bus, I spot a dignified woman carrying a bed cushion, sheathed in a bright pink pillowcase. The large tag on a rolling suitcase identifies her simply as "MOM." Then, three Goth-types walk by. The men wear leather pants and trade swigs of...
City LinkParadiso Ristorante Italiano offers a great deal for the money. It serves five-course, Italian-style dinners priced to the cost of generously portioned entree, none of which exceeds $23.95. With dinner, you also get live music from a versatile young...
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