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San Gabriel Valley

  1. Unwelcome Guests
    Bears Break Into Monrovia Home To Eat Chinese FoodAfter crawling in through the doggy door, the ursine invader went straight for the leftovers.
  2. Leftovers
    Little Fork Opens Friday in Hollywood; La Brea Bakery Reopening at New AddressJason Travi will oversee the kitchen at David Reiss’ new seafood-focused restaurant.
  3. Deals
    626 Night Market Plans San Gab Deals on 6/26Deals on noodles, tea houses, karaoke, bars, and carnitas nachos abound.
  4. The Other Critics
    S. Irene Virbila Big on BierBeisl; Gold’s Mutant Dumplings at Wang Xing JiThe two L.A. Times critics travel to Austria and Shanghai via two new restaurants.
  5. Empiure Building
    Moo Dae Po Headed for The SGVThe all-you-can-eat barbecue business won KTown’s first ‘cue cook-off and has been on the march ever since.
  6. Booze News
    The Ins and Outs of Getting Drunk in The SGVWhile The Fung Brothers can’t find a drink, our unofficial guide to the region argues differently.
  7. Videofeeds
    Watch a Song Parody Tribute to Eating in The SGVSample lyric: “Tell the health department to stop hatin’/Cuz a B Rating just stands for better tastin’.”
  8. Blehtacular
    Tasty Garden Slings Peanut Butter PizzaOr more accurately, “peanut butter báobǐng.”
  9. Booze News
    Where Throwing Up In the Sink is EncouragedTony Chen explores the strange and shady bars of The San Gabriel Valley.
  10. Neighborhood Watch
    Fatty’s Closing in Eagle Rock; San Gabriel Valley DebutsFatty’s & Co. closes in Eagle Rock and more neighborhood happenings.
  11. The Other Critics
    First & Hope Grabs Gold’s Ring; Alan Richman Blew the San GabrielGold is split over Shelly Cooper’s food and calls out a writer at GQ for his Chinese food coverage.
  12. Blehtacular
    Where to Eat Frog Ovaries, Jellyfish, and CrocodileSix Taste offers only nine guests a freaky feast.
  13. The Other Critics
    Sam Sifton Challenges Gold, GQ, and Shindler; Brad A. Johnson AdoresThe New York Times’ restaurant critic challenges his peers’ take on Los Angeles eating.
  14. Neighborhood Watch
    Mozza Installs an Edible Garden; Lamill and Huckleberry Get BoozyHollywood’s hottest Italian has a new attraction and two restaurants acquire liquor licenses.
  15. Closings
    Goody’s Closes After 50 YearsAn icon of 50’s signage and 24/7 breakfasts can’t handle the increased rent.
  16. Openings
    More Openings to Come for San Gabriel ValleyA new truck and new restaurants head for Pasadena and Monterey Park.
  17. Gold Watch
    Jonathan Gold Lectures for FreeFor those unable to afford his cocktail party, Jonathan Gold appears at a $300 discount this Saturday.