Blog Posts - Koreatown



The Halal Guys and Five Guys Got Busy and Had a Baby. The Five Halal Guys Burger Be Borne! The Halal Guys, Koreatown.

It's all guys at this party. This Friday, July 8, The Halal Guys cracks open its brand new L.A.-centric location smack dab in Koreatown on Wilshire near Normandie. Anticipate hours long lines like... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my webs...
by Deep End Dining on Jul 8, 2016

7 Things to Do in NYC's Koreatown

by Lauren Malamala Welcome to Koreatown! {photo credit}New York City’s Koreatown (also known as “K-Town”) is a tiny, yet lively area of the city. Located at West 32nd Street between Fifth Avenue and the intersection of Broadway and Sixth Avenu...
by Tracy's New York Life on May 18, 2016

Awesome Coffee – Koreatown, CA

I spent the whole day studying for my exams yesterday, and at night my girls Boosy and Gina called me over to study with them at Awesome Coffee in Koreatown. This place is perfect for studying, even for a Saturday… Continue Reading →...
by Glam And The City on Feb 8, 2015

The best ways to Purchase Danish Furniture

The best ways to Purchase Danish Furniture – The ideal method to lay hands on a great item of Danish furniture is checking out establishments that market them. There are thousands of shops throughout the globe that markets these special items o...
by HOME DESIGN TRENDS on Oct 23, 2014

1992 Los Angeles Riots: ‘There Are No Atheists In Foxholes; There Are No Liberals In Riots’

I haven’t really thought about the 1992 Los Angeles Riots since I put together a piece that appeared on the shooting sports news website AmmoLand.com back at the beginning of May 2012- the twentieth anniversary of the “Rodney King Riots.” And t...
by Survival And Prosperity on Aug 18, 2014

Dishcrawl Hits K-Town, with a Giveaway!

Dishcrawl is the newest walking food tour in town (they're actually nationwide), and next Wednesday on May 21 they are hitting Koreatown. The tour will visit 3 different restaurants, but the itinerary is kept a secret. The only one I can tell you is...
by Gourmet Pigs on May 13, 2014

Eat Here Now: Roy Choi's POT in Koreatown

Pot from Kogi BBQ's Roy Choi was one of the most anticipated restaurant openings recently, and it does not disappoint. The restaurant inside Koreatown's Line Hotel showcases Roy's Korean heritage with hot pot dishes, other Korean favorite...
by Gourmet Pigs on Apr 2, 2014

Piedmontese Beef for Korean BBQ at Star King BBQ

There's a new star of Korean BBQ in Koreatown. Star King BBQ has actually been open for a while, but a recent change of ownership led to the kbbq joint being the only Korean restaurant and one of the few places in Los Angeles offering Piedmontese...
by Gourmet Pigs on Mar 24, 2014

Grainivore: A Tiny Singaporean Join in Koreatown

The name Grainivore certainly doesn't sound like a Singaporean restaurant and who knows why they decided to open up in Koreatown, but there it was. Grainivore is a tiny joint (there is extra seating in a back room, which is connected by an alleyw...
by Gourmet Pigs on Feb 15, 2014

Cravings: Goat Stew at Mirak (Koreatown, Los Angeles)

I get inexplicable cravings for the goat stew (yumso tang) at Mirak. I say inexplicable but really, the explanation is easy: it's damn good.Be it winter or summer, I would still crave this stew. Mirak is (of course) in a small strip mall in Koreatown...
by Gourmet Pigs on Mar 7, 2013

8 Flavors of Pork Belly at Palsaik BBQ in Koreatown (Los Angeles, CA)

I was recently involved with a project to review a few Korean restaurants in Los Angeles, and one of my assignment was Palsaik Samgyupsal Korean BBQ. I was pretty excited since I had never been to this restaurant which boasts eight flavors of pork be...
by Gourmet Pigs on Jan 7, 2013

Korean Royal Cuisine at YongSuSan (Koreatown, Los Angeles)

I've always wanted to try Korean "royal cuisine" ever since I stayed up all night for weeks watching Dae Jang Geum, so YongSuSan has long been on my radar, but I never actually went until very recently.  Their prices have increased fr...
by Gourmet Pigs on Nov 20, 2012

Eating Through K-Town [buzz Korea]

So buzz Korea is a website launched by the Korea Tourism Organization dedicated to promote all things Korea, including through various contests (for example, you can vote for your favorite Touch Korea Tour video and win Samsung products). Now, they'r...
by Gourmet Pigs on Oct 7, 2012

1992 L.A. Riots Or: How Californians Learned (Then Forgot) To Stop Worrying And Embrace The Gun

If asked to identify two recent SHTF events on our soil, many of us might probably respond with Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and the 1992 L.A. riots. And yesterday marked twenty years since civil strife gripped the streets of Los Angeles in the wake of...
by Survival And Prosperity on Apr 30, 2012


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