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post #1786 of 2295
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Anyone going to Northern Grade DTLA this weekend?
 

 

The Almond guys are really nice. I stopped into their shop a few months ago. nicely curated stuff. Going to order a longboard soon.

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urasawa #1
post #1788 of 2295
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Anyone going to Northern Grade DTLA this weekend?


looks pretty cool. only a few blocks from my place so im definitely going to try to swing by.
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My Thai friend made me drive out to Lum Ka Naad for dinner. It was worth the trek out to Northridge.

you guys ever go here? http://www.yelp.com/biz/khun-dom-thai-los-angeles#hrid:HBE8mdbW47KNAg8ycUPiNg/src:self it's khun dom in thai town, probably the best thai (northeast thai food) so not your typical noodles and tom yum. the beef jerky is phenomenal.
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there are mitsuwa and marukais in oc. and much more limited but very, very good, there's a terrific place in Newport Beach called Pearson's Port. Really a treasure -- the husband is a fisherman who runs mainly spot prawns or spiny lobsters, depending on the season. The wife runs the store, which is a little shack at the end of a gangplank at the entrance to Newport Back Bay. They also sell some fish that friends catch and sometimes things like salmon that's flown in that customers demand. But the real thing here is the prawns and lobster, which are held in live tanks, usually less than 24 hours out of the ocean. love that place. h ere's a piece i did on them years ago.

confession, i go to mitsuwa and buy the otoro and ask them to cut it for me. just eat it there...
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Random question,
Future wife is in LA looking for wedding dress. Any ideas on shops to check out? not like wedding gown crap but more artisan, designer stuff. We are getting hitched in joshua tree, so something desert friendly. Thanks, miss u LA. hate u pdx. wait love u pdx, hate u rain.

and on that fish market talk, how about berth 55 ?
Edited by eglbc - 4/5/13 at 9:09pm
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caprice bridal, don't know about desert friendly though
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Monique Lhuillier in Beverly Hills, might be a bit formal, but nice nonetheless.
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Thai New Year in LA for the next couple of weekends. Today Hwood blvd street fest. Ok food, lots of grilled meat, sticky rice and mango, etc. Next weekend theres more at the temple in N. Hollywood.
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Thai New Year in LA for the next couple of weekends. Today Hwood blvd street fest. Ok food, lots of grilled meat, sticky rice and mango, etc. Next weekend theres more at the temple in N. Hollywood.

Any more info on that, please? Best time to go? Some recommendations? Thanks!
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Ok so now time for figuring out my wedding kit.
Im going to LA for 1 day next week to find my getup.

Getting hitched in Jtree, so some desert friendly semi casual cloth is needed. No heavy fabrics, looking for a unstructured blazer, trousers, shirt and shoes.

First thought is RTH, but I have no idea what they may be stocking right now.
Ideally I would be in geller, but this SS13 doesnt have much that fits the bill, so looking for other suggestions. Ervell has some nice options, anywhere in LA to try on?

I havent lived there for 2 years so I really dont know where to go these days other than the staples of OC,RTH, South willard, and maybe confederacy.
Any shops that would fit the bill for casual, desert vibe semi wizard wear?

And finally, where do i get a burger while doing all this ?
Edited by eglbc - 4/8/13 at 12:15pm
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Confederacy

You'll get 101 burger recs, but I'd say hit Umani next door to Confederacy.
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done the umami thing, is there any new burger that inspires passonate disputes while living up to hype?
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just go golden state and call it a day

get the cole slaw with jalapeno shit is da bomb
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So I'm moving to LA in August.

 

What are some places that are a must-try for food and shopping?

 

Also (bit randomly), any know of good areas to live in? Haha.

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