“Home is where one starts from.” -T.S. Eliot
Renters usually buy in their current neighborhood.
Southern California home sales plunged in July and show little signs of rebounding. And that, economists say, could stunt the region’s economic growth. The Cunningham Group is outpacing the MLS when it comes to home sale prices. Now is the time to get TOP dollar before the market cools down. We can help get you the best price for your home!
The LA Weekly said it best, “Los Angeles kicks ass in Bon Appetit’s List of 50 Best New Restaurants in America.” Surf the list and you will see that no other city received as much culinary praise when it comes to stand out dining experiences.
Los Angeles has been a stand out in the foodie scene for years, yet it’s always nice to see our talented chefs and restauranteurs being acknowledged, especially when we crush New York City in total nominations. LA restaurants accounted for 10 percent of Bon Appetit’s entire list. Quite the tip of the hat when you consider all the great contenders spanning from Oregon to Dallas to Washington D.C., yet LA stands a good chance of coming out on top by earning more nominees than any other city.
The magazine’s restaurant editor, Andrew Knowlton, told the LA Weekly that “Los Angeles is now the best example of what defines American dining in 2014 and what makes it so dynamic: quality of ingredients, diversity of cultures and a certain laid-back swagger.”
The stand out five spots from LA include Orsa & Winston, Q, and Grand Central Market in the downtown district, Trois Mec in Hollywood and Night Market Song in West Hollywood and Silverlake. Stay tuned early next week as the list dwindles from 50 down to 10 and then once more on the 19th when one lucky brick-and-mortar will be crowned the “Best New Restaurant in America.”
Make a reservation now, like right now, before the rest of the country catches on.
View the entire list of nominees here.
‘Splash’ by David Hockney
David Hockney (Born 1937) is an English artist. Hockney maintains two residences in California, where he lived on and off for over 30 years: one in Nichols Canyon, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California and an office and archives on Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, California.
‘Nichols Canyon’ by David Hockney
‘Mulholland Drive’ by David Hockney