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Monterey Park

  1. Foodievents
    Shaved Ice, Stinky Tofu, and Ba-Wan At The Taiwanese Heritage Festival, SundayThough there will be lion dances and a beauty contest, you’re really here for the stinky tofu and shaved ice.
  2. Beer Me
    Ohana Brewing Releasing Rhino’s Redemption Double IPA at Spirit House TonightThe new brew is named after the local blogger behind Beers in Paradise.
  3. Closings
    Ricardo Diaz Shutters Dorado’s Ceviche BarThe Cook’s Tortas and Bizarra Captial owner explains that he’s cleaning house for a new concept.
  4. Crime Scenes
    SGV Sea Cucumber Bandit Behind BarsAn accomplice is still at large and targeting your supply of the valuable delicacy.
  5. Crime Scenes
    A Man Dies During Wild Brawl at Shakey’s
  6. Leftovers
    Lou Leaving Lou For Lou Two; Coen Brothers Cocktails at Show at BarreOwner Lou Amdur will hand over the keys to his Hollywood wine bar next Wednesday.
  7. Neighborhood Watch
    Chimu Opens at Grand Central Market; Tacos Por Favor ExpandingDowntown has a new Peruvian, while the Westside’s prized taqueria will double down with a second neighborhood location.
  8. Neighborhood Watch
    8 Oz. Burger Bar Closes; More German Places Planned City-WideThe craze for German clones is sort of like 3-D. By the time Wurstkuche hits the Westside, everyone will probably be over it already.
  9. Parking Lot Prospector
    Drive-Thru Lomo Saltado From a Former KFC in LBC; The True Best Fish Taco inEl Pollo Imperial’s chicken replaces The Colonel’s in Long Beach, and Bill Esparza discloses his secret spot for tacos in Baja.
  10. Empire Building
    Atlantic Times Square Fills With Local Empires; Huge Tree Pastry ReplacesWhile Lee’s Sandwiches comes to Monterey Park, a Jonathan Gold favorite becomes a Taiwanese bakery.
  11. The Other Critics
    Kuh Hoped For More From Rick Bayless; J. Gold Sniffs Pork Vapors at Baek HwaLos Angeles magazine finds more missteps than successes at Red O, while L.A. Weekly follows a restaurant recommendation from Roy Choi.
  12. Superlatives
    Chicago Tribune Nails the Excitement of Eating in L.A.Tired stereotypes and well-trodden paths are thrown aside for real discoveries.
  13. Openings
    More Openings to Come for San Gabriel ValleyA new truck and new restaurants head for Pasadena and Monterey Park.
  14. Health Concerns
    Asian Rice Noodle Makers Fight Health Department CrackdownCalifornia rice noodle makers are fighting the powers tthat be over health department standards.
  15. Health Concerns
    Monterey Park Eateries Earn Mostly B’sWhich L.A. neighborhoods tend to earn more B grades at their eateries?