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Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticAs life gets ever more hectic, I rely more and more on the civilized custom of a before-dinner apéritif. Sometimes it's all I can do to make it to that magical hour when I'm handed a Campari and soda or a glass of rosé and take a first bite of dusky olive...
Tags: France, Almonds, Spain, Breads, Bars and Clubs
Los Angeles TimesIn Porto, I remember eating sardines grilled outside a little restaurant near the sea accompanied by gulps of chilled vinho verde. It's easier to find the wine here now, and this bottling is well worth seeking out. Look for the characteristic tall slope-...
La Tienda, a Williamsburg area shop that imports gourmet products from Spain, is hosting a series of cooking classes and other events during October. Here’s the lineup: Friday, Oct. 7. Tapas Class, 2 to 4 p.m. Presented by chefs Carmen Nunez and...
I've got to admit, I was a little nervous watching Neil Dundee, manager/resident cocktail connoisseur at Tapas Adela, assertively select, then chop, a full jalapeno — seeds and all — to make the restaurant's signature Hot Bourbon. Then, he...
The Baltimore SunThe highlights of Day One include the Opening Tap Celebration, the after party at Baltimore's new beer garden and a karaoke session at Alewife hosted by the festival's marquee name. Thursday's scheduled activities begin at noon with the First Annual...
Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticThe Spanish are on to a good thing with tapas, those lusty little bites that bars in Spain put out in the early evening. Ever wondered how the Spanish can eat dinner at 11 or later? Because they stave off hunger pangs and socialize earlier in the...
Tags: Tortillas, Spain, Alcoholic Beverages, Breads, Shrimp
The Hartford CourantCosta del Sol's story is one of hard work, a family united, an American dream and a commitment to quality, creativity and award-winning taste. That was the perfect recipe as Jose "Pepe" Feijoo and family celebrate a quarter century of success as one...
Los Angeles Times Restaurant criticAt L'Epicerie Market in Culver City, the escargots arrive in a small heap on the plate, not served in the usual shells but napped in a silky white wine sauce with ribbons of ham and velvety leaves of sautéed spinach. The dish is escargots in the style...
At lunch time, black paper mats and red napkins are set over the mahogany tables. At dinner, ecru linens lend a dressed-up air. At either meal, the Zen-like ambiance of the Red Pearl is relaxing and, as every good restaurant should be, conducive to a...
Wine connoisseurs are called oenophiles. But beer lovers? Well, in the past, those well versed in this brewer’s art have gotten rather short shrift. These days, though, there’s a growing number of places that appeal to beer connoisseurs....
Tags: Tacos, Risotto, David Sloan, Alcoholic Beverages, Limes
The Baltimore SunRestaurant Week Fatigue Syndrome? I get it, I get it, I get it, I get it. But, at least, maybe, give the menus a look. Here's the menu at Tapas Adela in Fells Point. It's always interesting to see how tapas restaurants handle the fixed-price menu. I...
Tags: Almonds, Seafood, Apricots, Honey, Lifestyle and Leisure
Tribune restaurant criticThe expression "arroz is arroz is arroz" (apologies to Ms. Stein) will come under scrutiny at the second annual Paella Parade, taking place from 6-9 p.m. Thursday at the Millennium Park Rooftop Terrace (off Randolph Street). Local chefs, including Emilio...
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