During this crisis with the pandemic, we are reliant on long-lasting supplies of (delivered, if possible) groceries to see us through quarantines, self-isolation, and help us reduce the amount of exposure we experience. But there are in fact still many options available beyond groceries. So, if you can, please support your local independent eateries and small businesses by ordering takeout for pickup or delivery during these difficult economic times.

You may have guessed from the name of our blog that we like pie, and you’d be right. The best pies are worth traveling for. And there are a plethora of places in Los Angeles that sell mouth-wateringly good pies, but here’s a list of some of our local pie favorites.

Brunch may have become a luxury in this economy, but if you find yourself able to visit any of these cities or perchance check some of these destinations off your bucketlist, we hope you give these wonderful brunches a try.

Never underestimate the power of delicious sustaining food to get you through stressful times. Urth Caffé has a veritable feast of delights in spades, so here’s our foodie review to give you all of the necessary details to enjoy it too.

Note: This review is in no way sponsored. All of these opinions are my own.

Porto’s Bakery and Cafe is the perfect example of a foodie haven offering deliciously tasty meals, pastries, and more. If you haven’t been to Porto’s, then we have all the information on where to get it, how to pick it up curbside, and what yummy treats you can enjoy.

Note: This article is not sponsored in any way. All opinions are our own.

A multi-level Italian eatery and market in Century City’s Westfield shopping center - called Eataly - is a fantastic go-to place for your Italian food cravings in Los Angeles. There are so many different sections to enjoy, so here’s a handy review guide for interested foodies. Take your time exploring each section or perhaps visit more than once to make sure you see it all and get the most out of it. 


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