Los Angeles is no stranger to Mexican food. Check out these five restaurants for the best Mexican food in the area
As the summer drink of choice, Sangria is more than just about wine and fruit. In fact, there’s a rich history behind the Spanish cocktail concoction.
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Chef Jose Acevedo from Mercado restaurant visited the KCAL9 studios Monday to show viewers some summer grilling tips and cooked up some Carne Asada.
Saturday, Feb. 16 is National Almond Day. It is a day for nutty almond fiends to seek out and enjoy all the ways in which almonds are used in various dishes across Los Angeles. A […]
Every year new restaurants hit the L.A. food scene, and while some don’t make it, others shine and invite you to come back for more. What makes a restaurant a best in this city is how the food speaks to you, how the chefs put flavors together, and an enticing atmosphere. From pizza to Mexican cuisine, here are the five best restaurants that opened up in 2012.