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Fry Madness Downtown L.A.: The Day to Night Food Stop You Must Make

Reviewed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Once upon a time, there was a tiny café that used to stay open late. The menu was large and full of variety. But the customers mostly came in to order the... Continue Reading →

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Uncle Paulie’s Deli: A Little Bit Of Queens (NY) On Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move There is a singular, defining element about Uncle Paulie’s Deli…it's the aroma. You are met at the door by an intoxication of Italian meats, cold antipasti and bread...the kind of fragrance that evokes... Continue Reading →

Detour Bistro Bar Culver City: #BestDetourEver

This week Gia On The Move had the good fortune (and good taste!) to be invited the Grand Opening media preview of the new Detour Bistro Bar located in Culver City, California a swanky new watering hole, created by partners Ranni Kumgisky... Continue Reading →

Arctic Zero Choices for Staying Fit and Diet Friendly

Reviewed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move I gave this product the ultimate taste test - my dad - a milk, cheese and ice cream loving,  late Silent Generation (1925-1946) guy with a serious sweet tooth, who knows barely anything... Continue Reading →

One More Plate For National Pasta Month

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move If you've been in the dark about National Pasta Month, the bad news is that well, of course is that it ends October 31st.  However, there's always time to eat more and so... Continue Reading →

Holy ‘Hard Rock’! Look What’s On The New Menu

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move #ThisIsHardRock While it's true that the menu changed earlier this year; and that Gia On The Move was recently invited to sample the new mouth-watering fare at a special press dinner; and that Hard... Continue Reading →

Food for Thought: Glutino Gluten-Free Pretzels

  by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move As part of my annual trek to the Natural Foods Expo West I picked up several bite-sized sample items to take home and chew on. Not being a fan of noshing personally,... Continue Reading →

Koi Los Angeles A Celebration of Flavor

Reviewed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move At a five course dinner, celebrating the 10th anniversary of  Koi Los Angeles, Chef Robb Lucas proved that 'balance' is the key to sumptuous eating. To understand the food, one has to... Continue Reading →

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