June gloom… or bloom?

Every LA digital media company is trying to be the new face of a discovering a new creation of events. But, Thrillist actually did something right. I was invited to an event called, “Social Club.” The event consist of grouping all the hottest restaurants, dessert shops, coffee shops, to come to test out what makes their menus make their business so great. Live music to set the tone with surprises artists, and ummmm open bar! A well planned event, my friends and I were so full!!! We got full size donuts from voodoo, hot dogs, salt & straw ice cream, waffles, and so much more.

Below are some photos:

IMG_2889           IMG_2856IMG_2906

 

 

 

Pasta Sisters

IMG_3795I’m extremely picky when it comes to Italian Food. I think I been screwed eating too many crap pastas, if you know what I mean.

My favorite types of pasta dishes are usually Italian made, fresh, that has a homemade feel with rich tomato sauce. When I walked into, “Pasta Sisters,” I realize the kitchen took over the whole restaurant. I first thought this restaurant was a soul food spot but, it’s actually Italian family OWNED. The seating arrangements is pretty small and tight but, the customer service is superb. The vibe is positive, and they really make you feel at home.

I was able to taste the bolognese and the truffle gnocchi. Both really great choices, you can taste the freshness in the pasta. Also, their bread is freshly made, and they really hook you up! If your ever in the cuts of Korea Town please stop by, and support a family own business! You won’t regret.

Pasta Sisters

3343 W Pico Blvd,

Los Angeles, CA 90019

www.pastasisters.com