P17: A New Neighborhood Bistro Playing the Long Game

It’s not who you want to spend Friday night with, it’s who you want to spend all day Saturday with. -Friends With Benefits (2011) In the dating game of restaurants, there are the total duds and there are the short term flings. And then, there are those long romances. The […]

Food and drink, Reviews

A Paris Brest-fast at République, Los Angeles

Nuzzled in between a vintage furniture store and a glass shop on La Brea, République is an unassuming LA café with a serious French kitchen. The interior looks like a Parisian street market, with big open community tables and stone walls. Multiple bar tops throughout the vast space invite you […]

Lifestyle, Reviews

Coming Soon: J’adore! Focus On French-Language Cinema in Denver

The U.S. may have Hollywood, but France has Cannes. Film making has been alive and well in France since the nouvelle vague and now it’s coming to Denver for a fantastique film festival called “J’adore.” April 25 – 28, 2013 Presented by France’s major television station, TV5MONDE, in cooperation with […]