This may be my new favorite website. Just awesome in so many ways. Click here to find out where the f*ck you should go for drinks!
Mastro’s Steakhouse Knows Steak. I don’t usually eat at fancy places like this, but it was well worth it. I stepped out of my car at the valet wearing Levi’s and Nikes on my feet, surrounded by people in fitted suits and European cars. I couldn’t have looked more out of place, but I didn’t care. I came here with one thing on my mind…Steak. 22oz. bone-in ribeye, medium. It just doesn’t get much better than that. This was my first time eating at Mastro’s, and it did not disappoint. No matter where you are or who you are, good food is good food. And the steak I ate at Mastro’s was easily one of the best I’ve ever eaten. Mastro’s may hurt your pockets, but your stomach will thank you later. Save up, bring a loved one, enjoy an amazing steak.
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LA Weekly ranks their choices for the 10 Best Burgers in Los Angeles, including the likes of fan favorites Umami, Stout, and Comme Ca. I can’t say that I agree with the list 100%, but there are A LOT of great burgers on there. I am currently on my own quest for the best burger in LA, so if you have any suggestions feel free to hit me on twitter or via email.
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I’ll never forget watching MJ sink that game winning shot in ‘98, and wondering what shoes he was wearing. Now, you have yet another chance to pick up these iconic underrated Jordan’s. They retail for $160 and are available at Jordan retailers like ATTIC. Don’t sleep…like Bryon Russell did on that D!
Don’t forget! Every $25 you spend at ATTIC increases your chances of being entered in the raffle for the Concords. For more rules and guidelines, click here.
This past Friday marked the 5 year anniversary of my favorite sneaker shop in the world, RIF. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to come out to the CRAZY anniversary party they had, but the good news for all of us that might’ve missed it, is that they just threw up Part 1 of the recap from the event on their site. So, make sure to click here and check out some of the madness that went down!
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Japanese Brand W)Taps teams up with Vans Syndicate once again for another iconic release. This time the crossbones set returns in this Burgundy colorway. If you haven’t gotten your pair yet, they will be available in-store at Primitive, Encino on December 9 at 11AM.
Groupon Updates features all of the awesome Eat Good. Stay Fresh. Groupons in the greater Los Angeles area.
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Il Farro – Newport Beach
Southern Italian Fare and Drinks at Dinner or Lunch (Half Off)
Malibu and Vine Bar & Grille – Agoura Hills-Malibu
Gourmet Small Plates and Craft Beer or Wine for Two or Four (Up to 65% Off)
Café Merlot – Rancho Bernadino
$49 for Brunch for Two with Breakfast Specials, Cheese Platter, Bottle of Champagne, and Coffee (Up to $94.85 Value)
Spencer Makenzie’s Fish Company – Ventura
$9 for $18 Worth of Modern Beach Fare
With the hype of the Jordan 3’s return slowly winding down, I couldn’t help but address a common issue in the sneaker loving community, the epic debate between “Elephant” print and “Cement.” I’ll start this off with a FACT: The crackle print on the Air Jordan 3 was inspired by elephant skin, NOT cement (Concrete, technically), hence, the term “Elephant” print. However, many people use the phrases Black/Cement or White/Cement when describing Jordan 3’s. Initially, these phrases were used in reference to the color description of the shoe. Black and Cement Grey or White and Cement Grey. Over time, with the similarities between the look of the elephant print and cracked “cement,” these descriptions have become misinterpreted as referring to the print of the shoe as Cement, which is incorrect. The term “cement” in the nickname is strictly in reference to the Cement Grey color on the shoe.
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“Pancakes with an egg cracked into it and bacon also mixed in as well… as soon as you cut the pancakes, the yolk breaks and just OOOOOZES out of the pancakes.. not to mention, the bacon adds a crispy, salty contrast to the sweet softness of the pancake… ahhh… “
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I have to admit, when I first heard Fukuburger was making its way down to Cali from the City of Sin, I was a little skeptical about how it would do in such an already burger-saturated city. Not to mention they chose to open up shop surrounded by nearly 10 other burger joints within a mile radius. But Fuku definitely came in kickin’ the door with something to prove, and they did. Hit the jump for the full review.
Frank The Butcher, the man behind the Boylston Trading Company, gives us some insight about their upcoming collaboration with Adidas, its inspiration, and why he chose to bring back a sneaker that so many people have long forgotten about. Click here for the full article. These Adidas Forum Hi Crests are available for preorder now in their online store.