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AllSpice Kitchen & Grill: Food, Art and Good Company Meet on the Sunset Strip

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move In a the-more-things-change-the-more-they-stay-the-same, Hollywood neighborhood most famous for its 24-hour Rock & Roll Ralphs and The Guitar Center, restauranteur and chef Justin Saunders has installed a très modern, culinary slash art eatery to... Continue Reading →

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Now Open For Dinner: Sixth & Mill Pizzeria and Bar Downtown Los Angeles

sixth+mill pizzeria and bar, Factory Place Hospitality Group’s newest concept, is now Downtown Los Angeles’ hottest new pizzeria. The highly-anticipated neighborhood pizzeria and bar is currently open for dinner at 5 p.m., nightly, and will add lunch service starting Tuesday,... Continue Reading →

Langer’s L.A. 1/2 Price on June 17

Langer’s Delicatessen-Restaurant, widely recognized as the home of the world’s best pastrami, will be celebrating its 70th anniversary on Saturday, June 17, 2017, with a half-price menu for all their dine-in customers. The half-price menu will be available from 8... Continue Reading →

Portland’s Raven & Rose Amps British Isles Cuisine

The beginning of 2016 marked the third anniversary of Raven & Rose restaurant and The Rookery Bar, housed in the Portland Art District’s historic Ladd Carriage House from 1883.  At this milestone, owner Lisa Mygrant is proud to announce that her... 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 →

The Philly Cheesesteak: Ordering a Mighty Sandwich

(originally published 1.6.15. updated 1.19.18) The Philly Cheesesteak is a civic icon, tourist draw and cultural obsession! You could easily make a mess of things when ordering the city of brotherly love's most treasured food.  So if you don't want to be... Continue Reading →

Holy Cow! Santa Monica Gets Its Own Texas Roadhouse

Step inside the modern Texas roadhouse – real American hardwood siding, weathered wooden tables, a chandelier made from vintage milk bottles, front patio with green “turf” floor and tall milking stools at the dining bar.   Fun artwork and artifacts decorate the walls... 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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