The All-Time Best Brunch Spots in L.A.! Sprint over to Silver Lakes' newest all-day brunch hot spot, Hot Hot Food. With plenty of vegan friendly options to go around, this joint specializes in fried rice mashups (add a crispy fried egg on top) and more. Some star dishes
The food, duh. Between "weed cuisine" and Eric Wareheim's wine, this year's Eastside Food Fest promises to have you feeling no pain. That said, the lineup this year is worth staying sharp for; the 35 restaurants offering samples
Quirky is the name of the game at this small, lively eatery with a pink and teal exterior and a kitschy diner-esque interior that is oh-so-Instagram-ready. Located a bit off the beaten path in Silver Lake, this most curious eatery is co-owned by Coly Den Haan (founder of Downtown L.A.’s Perch)
All of the shakes at Hot Hot Food are vegan. Hot Hot Food, a relatively new spot located in an up-and-coming area of Hoover Street, specializes in fried rice, but the selection of vegan milkshakes is outstanding
Okay, so if you know us, you know how much we love to eat. Slowly but surely eating our way around Los Angeles (and the world) is obvs the ultimate goal, and we like to think in our time living here, we've made a pretty good dent in the
It’s the last hurrah before ushering in fall, and in classic TZR fashion, we weren’t going to let summer leave without a bang. In the third and final installment of our rooftop happy-hour series, the team hosted a Third Thursda
Hot Hot Food in Silverlake can satisfy anyone’s sweet tooth or craving for savory food. All the signature fried rice dishes can be made vegan such as the Kale-ing made with mushroom and cauliflower rice. Hot Hot Food also serves vegan mi
After receiving overwhelmingly positive feedback from a fried rice and street taco mashup at her restaurant The Must, Coly Den Haan teamed up with Dean Harada of Earl’s in Mar Vista to create what is being touted as LA’s first fried rice fast casual
Brunchers, rejoice: we have a wealth of options when it comes to weekend—and weekday—brunch, that glorious intersection of meals where you can relax with a cup of coffee, a margarita pitcher (no judgement here) and a glorious plate of
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We're sick of spending too much at mediocre minimalist restaurants too. That's why this new retro BYOB Silver Lake fried rice specialist has earned its spot in our regular brunch, lunch and dinner rotation.
This fast-casual entry to the Silver Lake foodie scene specializes in sabroso LA Fried Rice paired with outrageous refreshments — all in a seventies-inspired backdrop. Enjoy brunch on the playful patio.
What if I told you there is a restaurant that is next to a yoga studio and serves carnitas fried rice, chili fried rice and loco moco fried rice? What if I told you people come over after yoga class for vegan shakes and
Not many consider fried rice to be comfort food right off the bat, but when you're ears deep in a hangover the night after five too many shots, the concept of warm, fluffy rice accompanied by the juicy and delectable companionship of shrimp, carnitas, gravy, and of course,
While we love our booming restaurant choices in WeHo, and the new seasonal menus at Norah, The Ponte and Sunset Marquis – to name a few, there is nothing like exploring a new neighborhood for fun-foodie-finds during the longer summer hours.
Hot Hot Food is the newest in what will definitely be a long line of cool stuff in Virgil Village, a fun & quirky spot serving all kinds of pig-out wonders. Carnitas fried frice! Goldfish mac n cheese! Burgers and shakes!
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Since opening in Silver Lake this past May, Hot Hot Food has quickly won over local foodies (and Instagrammers) with its pink color scheme, dog-friendly patio, and egg-topped fried rice. As the team at Hot Hot Food likes to say, it’s good sh*t.
Coly Den Haan (The Must, Perch) has opened Hot Hot Food on Hoover Street in the newest hipster Silver Lake/Virgil Village hotspot. (It’s near Sqirl, need we say more?) Eastsiders will like the comfortable booths, kitsch 70s art, jukebox and patio,
A ginger-turmeric Slushie and a bowl of Goldfish Mac n' Cheese, followed by pork fried rice and pan-seared Baja shrimp, with a Fluffernutter sandwich for dessert? It sounds like the kind of menu a child foodie might serve up at a dinner party, but Coly Den Haan and Dean Harada,
One of the latest culinary trends is fusion fried rice, creatively mixing fried rice with street taco ingredients. It’s the brainchild of Coly Den Haan, a third-generation restaurateur, and Dean Harada of the restaurant Earl’s Mar Vista.
Hit it before it’s, uh, hot:Hot Hot Food, Silver Lake. This ultra-casual spot’s doing various takes on fried rice, including a version with avocado, pickled onions, and jalapeños and another one with carnitas.
This place is called Hot Hot Food. So in that same spirit, let’s cut right to the point today. It’s a casual, very-LA spot for eating food brought to you by a former Perch/Must founder along with the mastermind behind Earl’s Gourmet Grub
Coly Den Haan (The Must, Perch) and Dean Harada will serve an array of LA-ified fried rice dishes, small plates and smoothies in a funky Silver Lake location. With a wine bar nearby, plus Sqirl and Cafecito Organico in the 'hood, this could be the next "it" corner in town.
Opens May 20. If you’ve been craving Coly Den Haan’s signature fried rice made famous at former downtown wine bar The Must, you’re in luck because you can get it at Hot Hot Food. Silver Lake’s newest destination for comfort food features Haan’s LA