Fritzi Coop, Fried Chicken Sandwich Done Right 0

Fritzi Coop, Fried Chicken Sandwich Done Right

If you’re heading to the Original Farmers Market this weekend, stop by Fritzi Coop for a bite.  As the name suggests, Fritzi Coop is a chicken-centric diner. It has a sit-down eatery in Downtown LA, but the Original Farmers Market location is only a stall so you’d need to find nearby tables to chow down on some of what a lot of experts say is surprisingly good chicken. Despite its small operation in this location, it offers juicy and tasty chicken dishes that will definitely fill you up and make you want to come back for more. While the people behind Fritzi Coop are known to offer great food, the location can really cast some doubts on their offering, so it’s definitely a great thing that they’re able to wow critics.

Sharing fries? Risky move, but we'll allow it. 😉 📷: @indulgeandeat 👍

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What to order:

  1. Classic Sandwich – Triple battered Buttermilk Fried Chicken, with house-made pimento cheese, lettuce, tomato, sliced pickles
  2. Stinger Sandwich – Classic Fried Chicken with Buffalo sauce and blue cheese dressed greens
  3. Memphis Sandwich (go spicy) – Classic Fried Chicken with serious Memphis heat, spicy slaw, sliced pickles
  4. Red Rooster Sandwich – Grilled chicken breast, topped with a Sriracha lime aioli and Fresno pepper coleslaw
  5. Curly Fries – Classic style curly fries is a must-try side

Location (FARMER Market): 6333 W 3rd St Stall 742 Los Angeles, CA 90036 Phone (323) 936-9436


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Juicy And Flavorful Grilled Burgers at LA’s Eureka! Restaurant 0

LA Startups Juicy And Flavorful Grilled Burgers at LA's Eureka! Restaurant

The phrase “hamburger joint” may not exactly get a foodie in a frenzy, but don’t knock Eureka! until you’ve tried it. This family-run restaurant may have already expanded to nine locations in less than a decade from when its first diner opened, but it has so much promise that it’s totally worth a shot. If you’re a big fan of handmade burgers, you should definitely not miss this place as they serve freshly-baked bread with their all natural, antibiotic and hormone-free beef burgers guaranteeing quality ingredients at the very least. Their other menu items are all guaranteed to be made from scratch as well – even most of their drinks – so if you’re in the mood for real food prepared by experts, this place is a great place to visit.

Being an upscale bar, you can also expect marvelous drinks at the Eureka! that will go well with your food. They offer a wide range of drinks. You can choose from a nice selection of craft beers, different kinds of bourbon and whiskey, as well as a full bar for a wide range of cocktail options.


Gotta try these items:

  1. Eureka! American Cheeseburger – American Swiss, grilled red onion, butter lettuce, pickles, tomato, special sauce
  2. Bone Marrow Burger – Limited availability of bone marrow porcini butter, charbroiled onion, mustard aioli, roasted Roma tomato
  3. Bison Burger – Bacon-infused jalapeño jam, charbroiled tri-color peppers, grilled red onion, smoked mozzarella
  4. Jalapeño Egg Burger – Fried egg, cheddar, bacon, chipotle sauce, pickled jalapeños
  5. Fresno Fig Burger – Fig marmalade, melted goat cheese, bacon, tomato, red onion, arugula, spicy porter mustard
  6. Napa Chicken Sandwich – Grilled chicken breast, roasted Roma tomato, pesto, Havarti, pancetta, arugula, signature hand-cut fries

Location:  6250 Topanga Canyon Blvd Woodland Hills, CA 91367


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Happiness in a Rice Bowl at Chego 0

Happiness in a Rice Bowl at Chego

If you’ve been paying close attention to restaurateurs and innovators in the restaurant industry of LA, you’ll recognize the name Roy Choi. Hailed as a genius by lots of foodies, he has quite a few amazing restaurants in his helm. Chego is a great manifestation of Choi’s passions and capacity as a cook and talent. Being an Asian fusion rice bowl eatery, it offers a plethora of flavors in each serving and you have to be ready for every savory bite.

Initially located in a strip mall before becoming one of those hip food truck eateries and then a popular tiny diner in Chinatown, Chego has definitely been building its following over the years. It won’t delude you that it’s a fancy eatery as it is located in a faded walking mall with sticky picnic tables for seating. However, after grabbing a bite here, you’re sure to come back for more, even if you don’t really eat rice. The combination of flavors is too unique to find elsewhere, so if you’re one to crave for specific dishes that you’ve enjoyed, prepare for another trip to Chinatown shortly after your initial visit to Chego.

We put the chubs in pork belly… #foodporn

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What to order:

  1. Kung Pau Noodle Bowl – knife cut noodles w/ baby bok choy, chopped chillies, lemongrass and Thai basil
  2. Kimchi Spam Bowl – w/ butter-fried kimchi, Spam, scrambled eggs and baby bok choy w/ a touch of toasted sesame
  3. The Leafy T – fried chili garlic tofu rice w/ fried egg, Thai basil, water spinach and fried shallots
  4. Chubby Pork Belly – kochujang-lacquered Kurobuta pork belly rice bowl w/ fried egg, pickled radishes, water spinach, Chinese broccoli, cotija and peanuts
  5. The Beefy T – fried chili garlic beef rice w/ fried egg, Thai basil, water Spinach and fried shallots
  6. Steak in the Heart (dinner only) – prime rib sandwich on grilled ciabatta w/ wok-seared onions, roasted garlic Irish butter, parmesan and salsa verde

Location: 727 N Broadway Unit 117 Los Angeles, CA 90012 Phone (323) 380-8680


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Epic Spreads: A Startup with a New Take on Healthy Nut Butters 0

Whether you need an energy-packed pre-workout snack, a little something to get you going after pilates, or just something fun to spice up your regular diet – Epic Spreads has revolutionized healthy nut butters for you!

The company was founded by Patrick Williams, an athlete who could not find a healthy snack spread and was tired of his daily peanut butter diet.  He decided to combine his passion for fitness with health, and that is when his idea was born: a brand new spread alternative: healthy nut butters.  He saw a need in the market for a healthy spread that also tasted delicious, so he began playing around with ingredients in his own kitchen and came up with something unconventional.  The spreads have various base ingredients that you can choose from, including: almond, peanut, cashew, coconut, and various combinations.  The flavors are added in with all-natural, sustainably sourced ingredients.

What makes Epic Spreads different from regular peanut butter brands?  Not only are they a fun and creative alternative to peanut butter, but they are also an excellent source of high-quality protein while staying low in sugar.  Gluten-free and dairy-free options are also available on their site.  The spreads contain fun flavors, clean and natural ingredients, and you can actually pronounce all of the ingredients on the back!  Could it get any better?

With an assortment of flavors ranging from cotton candy to rainbow sherbet, you can never go wrong!  However, they all have one thing in common: healthiness!  Epic Spreads are rich in good fats, magnesium, vitamin E, and are a good source of fiber.  They taste like they were made from a secret, homemade, family recipe.

Epic Spreads has done various collaborations with companies like 24 Hour Fitness, Orange Theory Fitness, Slap Nutrition, Wakeup Waffles, and Halo Top; continuously coming up with fun, new flavors.

If you would like to try Epic Spreads and join the epic-ness, you can find them at the Channel Islands Farmers Market Sundays from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm.  Be sure to let us know what you think!

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