Mona Holmes

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LA doesn’t have much street cred when it comes to pizza. Cities like Chicago and New York have their own distinct pies. So why not LA?

LA’s pizza game is stronger than you think

LA doesn’t have much street cred when it comes to pizza. Cities like Chicago and New York have their own distinct pies. So why not LA?

from Greater LA

Chefs from big cities like New York and Chicago are sweeping through Southern California with pop-up restaurants.

Pop-ups restaurants are becoming a more appetizing business model

Chefs from big cities like New York and Chicago are sweeping through Southern California with pop-up restaurants.

from Greater LA

Downtown LA’s Arts District has been turning into the hippest of hip meccas with happening hotels, restaurants, retail, and office space.

Changes are coming to the Firehouse restaurant and Arts District

Downtown LA’s Arts District has been turning into the hippest of hip meccas with happening hotels, restaurants, retail, and office space.

from Greater LA

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