April 3rd, 2013 — 12:55pm
“The 12 Best Classic Los Angeles Restaurants”, 4/3/23 – LAist
Restaurants can sometimes open and close within what seems like the blink of an eye, only to be replaced by something else as fleeting. In a city that is constantly fighting its own reputation as having no history, when it comes to restaurants that withstand the test of time, we have an impressive slate of venerable veteran dining spots. From the birthplace of a sandwich classic (and the rivalry that came with it) to longtime celebrity hideaways and a few places for plates of meat and stiff drinks in between, we’ve got our picks for the best classic restaurants in L.A. Read the article in its entirety and see Cole’s at the top!
April 2nd, 2013 — 10:22am
Just wanted to share this little gem with all you 213 & Golden Gopher fans. Harley Davidson recently did a photo shoot at Golden Gopher and this is what transpired. Enjoy!
April 1st, 2013 — 3:26pm
Belowme are an amazing electro/synth indie rock band from Los Angeles that make beautiful noise. When I say noise what I mean is it’s music that is not easy to define. Its atmospheric, it’s rock, it’s electro and really fucking good! You can see them April 5th and 19th at Casey’s where drinking and dancing is highly encouraged!
Check out a few songs here….
Dave Freeman – 213 Music Director
March 27th, 2013 — 1:36pm
A Handy Guide to LA’s Most Iconic Sandwiches, 3/25/13 – Eater LA
Los Angeles has its fair share of great sandwiches, and even takes credit for inventing one: the French dip. Since the “accident” of the French dip in the early 20th century, L.A.’s sandwich pantheon has added many standard-bearing types, such as the pastrami, corned beef, Italian submarine, Cuban, Greek and even Vietnamese sandwiches, a claim to its diversity from Westside to Eastside. In addition to decades-old favorites, there are some new-school sandwiches that have become instant classics. Here presented, L.A.’s Most Iconic Sandwiches. Read more and find out about Cole’s!