Monthly Archives: September 2012



Kitchen Table

Posted by The E on September 7, 2012

Kitchen Table

We have been passing by the “the romantic, outdoor, two-story, twinkle light patio” restaurant in in the Old Bank District of downtown LA at Main and 4th for the past year in anticipation of the opening, and the American bistro, Kitchen Table, finally opened this past July.  The brains behind the menu is chef Greg Bernhardt, who also helped open Church & State in LA, and the executive chef Fernando Darin, who worked at Ink in West Hollywood. This spot looks like the best dining spot for a romantic dinner date – the rooftop has candles and old movies played in the wall on the next door building. We also hear the pork belly is the jam. (We told you Downtown LA is the place to eat these days!)

Photo credit: Eater LA

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Quote of the Day…

Posted by The E on September 6, 2012

Everything is designed...

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Inspiration: Herb and Dorothy

Posted by The E on September 5, 2012

Vogels

“You don’t have to be a Rockefeller to collect art.”

For anyone that thinks their passion must suffer because of a lack of money, you must watch Herb and Dorothy about the famous art collectors, the Vogels. The movie shares the heartfelt and inspiring story of Herbert Vogel, a postal clerk, and Dorothy Vogel, a librarian, who share a passion for contemporary art and set out to create the most important collection with a very modest income. You’ll be so moved and inspired by their story that you won’t believe it’s actually true!

This fall is the release of the follow up film called, Herb & Dorothy 50X50, which tells the story of the Vogel’s philanthropic gift project – many say the most significant in American art history. We can’t wait to see it!

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