The mixed-use development, located at 1201 S. Hope Street, consists of two high-rise towers containing a total of 730 apartments above 8,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space. The towers are conjoined by a shared podium, which serves as an amenity deck as well as a parking structure for 830 vehicles.
An array of plates at BeBot Filipino Soul Food in Long Beach (clockwise from top): Maharlika salad, lechon kawali with rice and greens, and bibingka brûlée. AC Boral is the executive chef and owner of Bebot Filipino Soul Food in Long Beach. The twice-cooked pork belly adobo at Bebot Filipino Soul Food. (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times) AC Boral pours sauce over a plate of Dad’s glazed BBQ chicken at Bebot Filipino […]
I spent a week eating through Los Angeles’ fast-food and fast-casual scene. My trip was stuffed with delicious meals, but the most memorable thing I ate, by far, was a chicken sandwich at Howlin’ Ray’s , a Nashville-style hot-chicken restaurant in Chinatown. Howlin’ Ray’s took an already-perfect chicken sandwich to the next level with the use of tantalizing chili powder. That sandwich beat out the amazing meals I had at In-N-Out , Fatburger, and […]