Kaiza Eats // Figaro

Do you ever think about an ideal food day? Not the one where you have endless hours to cook, but a day when you eat out and everything falls into place (your mouth) and it’s delicious? Don’t hate me, but I keep having them at Figaro. In all honesty, I had never bothered to go […]

BLOGSPIRATION // PORTABLESERA

With all of us making so much of our lives public, it becomes one big ball of everyone’s photos looking the same, everyone repeating the same quotes—and all of us pressing like. Then comes portablesera. I stumbled upon her website during my nightly Instagram rabbit hole. It however, lead me to a really beautiful place—her […]

Kaiza Eats // In The Heat

The heat does strange things to people. That’s the only explanation I have for a late night numerology session with my roommate, a poorly worded website and the discovery that no matter what number came up, I love saying no. (It does explain why after seeing the movie Chef, during which I smiled the entire […]

Kaiza Eats // Boathouse Style

If you had told me years ago that I would look forward to eating breakfast at the Echo Park Boathouse I would’ve thought you were a nut, on drugs, or both (which is entirely likely). I would have reminded you about that one time my (white) foster dog jumped in the water and came back […]

Tonight // Luxury Jones opening!

You might remember Luxury Jones as one of our Workaholic entries a few years back. Well—surprise! She Worked her ass off and is now opening her first store in Los Angeles! Featuring Pole dancing from Laganja Estranja from Season Six of RuPaul’s Drag Race and DJ Sets by: Join in the Trap (z Baron +Vibe […]

Kaiza Eats // Meat. Philly Style.

A cheesesteak needs few things to be complete but they need to be done right. Whiz, the new sandwich shop in Koreatown, hits all the high points with ease. Owned by Jimmy of Beer Belly (whose short ribs I’m still talking about months after eating them), helmed by a South Philly chef and rocking homemade […]

See // Art Made By Women

This has been quite a month for women artists in Los Angeles. And this Saturday just might be the bombshell to top it all off. Nomad Gallery is presenting an all women’s show called HoneyHaus. 17 artists which focuses on women all of whom are involved in and around punk and the DIY culture as […]

Kaiza Eats // Burger Edition

Los Angeles is the home of many things, including a staggering assortment of burgers. It’s the land of brioche, slow cooked onions and mountains of arugula, gourmet prices and sous-vide meat. Which, barring this town’s obsession with brioche, I normally love. But sometimes you just want a no-frills burger. A simple, rugged sandwich made with […]

Tonight // See Art

The Mothership, In Our Details are the Maps of Existence Curated by The Sacred Door & Dilettante 1.16.14  7PM 120 N SANTA FE AVE, Los Angeles, California 90012 Gather us together so we can offer up creations that speak from the source. We hold the light that leads growth and can best gather ideas to nurture […]

New Food New Year // HomeState

Any place that mentions breakfast tacos (or any tacos, really) excites me. HomeState didn’t disappoint. Adorably decorated with the requisite deer and Texan baubles, it instantly comforts the diner. Located next to Covell, the menu is full of Central-Texas inspired delights, including weirdly delectable Tex-Czech (?!)  pastries called Kolaches. The brisket taco was incredible and […]