On LA Magazine, I write about a tiny coffee shop in Studio City that’s the size of a walk-in closet—and has great coffee that you can order “Aussie-style.” Read the full article on LA Magazine.
A video posted by Jean Trinh (@jeanstrinh) on Jun 23, 2016 at 1:42pm PDT On LA Magazine, I write about the Dragon’s Breath dessert at Chocolate Chair. When you pop one of these liquid nitrogen-covered cereal puffs into your mouth, you’ll breath out smoke from your mouth and nostrils. Read the full article on LA…
On LAist, I write an in-depth story on the history and future of Rockhaven Sanitarium, a former feminist asylum that was run by women and for women. Read the full story on LAist.
On LAist, I write about Lao Tao Street Food, the newest addition to Chinatown’s up-and-coming Far East Plaza. When they open this summer, they’ll be serving Taiwanese street food with a modern twist, like brothless beef noodles and milk-steamed buns with a soft-boiled, marinated egg. Read the full article on LAist.
On LA Magazine, I write about Plato, a new Koreatown pub serving up new takes on the Korean fried chicken wings, including a unique coconut butter flavor. Read the full article on LA Magazine.
On LAist, I write about trying out Plan Check’s new Sanrio collaboration with the kawaii Pompompurin- and Chococat-themed dishes. Read the full article on LAist.
On LAist, I write about The Guild’s awesome new brunch, which includes goodies like Cuban shepherd’s pie with a deep-fried sous-vide egg, and chicken and waffles with a poblano sauce. Read the full article on LAist.
On LA Magazine, I round up some new happy hour deals around LA, with everything from Korean bar food to craft cocktails being served in gardens. Read the full article on LA Magazine.
On LA Magazine, I write about Chinatown After Dark, the monthly food festival that takes place at the Far East Plaza, which also houses the likes of Chego and Pok Pok Phat Thai. It’s really worth checking out; you might just be sampling the next big thing here. Read the full article on LA Magazine.
On LA Weekly, I write about the wacky new ice cream from Salt & Straw. They’re part of this month’s fermentation series that includes flavors like fish sauce caramel and dill pickle sorbet—and they’re actually pretty good. Read the full article on LA Weekly.