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One of my favorite pieces! Water Kerner’s “Unchained & Unfurled” is made of California Redwood and Walnut. There’s a music box attached to it that plays “Unchained Melody.” #DTLA  (at The Last Bookstore)

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Repurposed art #DTLA  (at The Last Bookstore)

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Another view of Grand Central Market! I venture here a couple times a year. There’s been many changes just within the past year.  Despite being 97 years old, it was recently named one of Bon Appetit’s 10 best new restaurants in U.S. Lots of conversations around this…is it a renaissance, gentrification, revitalization, all of the above? Read more here: http://m.laweekly.com/squidink/2014/08/20/at-grand-central-market-a-new-wave-of-vendors-is-changing-up-an-la-mainstay (at Grand Central Market)

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Grand Central Market, established in 1917, it’s Los Angeles’ oldest and largest public market. (at Grand Central Market)

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It’s that time of year again—dragon fruit season! Known as “thanh long” in Vietnamese, dragon fruit is a cactus fruit that has a vibrant pink, leathery, leafy skin with a lightly sweet and tart pulp that is similar in appearance and texture to kiwi. Yummy :)

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#DTLA (at Downtown Los Angeles)

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Phở tái bò viên (Vietnamese rice noodle soup with rare steak and meatballs) :D (at Pho Filet)

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Macarons! (at Caffe Bene Wilshire)

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Spotted @jmaruyama’s Hipster Mickey in #KoreatownLA! (at Caffe Bene Wilshire)

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Seafood kalguksu! The largest bowl of noodles I’ve ever seen! Kalguksu refers to the “knife-cut” wheat noodles. Yuuuum! #KoreatownLA (at Hangari Bajirak Kalgooksu)