Miguel and Jeremy Fall Take Us On A Culinary Journey Through LA
Miguel and Jeremy Fall Take Us On A Culinary Journey Through LAMiguel
Grammy Award winner Miguel and restaurateur Jeremy Fall may have completely different vocations, but they both agree on the fact that LA is a cultural melting pot with a food scene that is one of a kind. Made up of immigrant communities from all over the world, LA comes through with almost every type of cuisine imaginable. Everything from hole in the wall sushi spots and hamburgers to tacos and fine dining, “there’s something for everyone” in the city, says Jeremy. Read below to see Miguel and Jeremy’s favourite places to eat in LA's dynamic dining scene.
“The Short Rib ravioli is insane. Not sure if it's still on the menu, or maybe a special, but I've had an Arrabbiata there before that was fire. It's the best pasta in the game, perfectly cooked noodles, which they make by hand onsite. They also have an excellent bar there and you can order Mescal which is rare at an Italian spot. Great vibes in there all around any night of the week.”More Info
“This is our favorite weekend spot hands down. The food is so good. If we could eat like THAT every day, it would be our every day spot, but we save it for weekends. I personally LOVE the French toast but everything is bomb. Ask for Jason, he's the Chef. Always takes good care of us.”More Info
“We love the lamb chops and the whole Branzino fish here. It’s so insane. They use some sort of a sweet peppery marinade on the fish that’s next level. It's in downtown LA Arts District which has a really good energy to it.”More Info