H-Mart is an Asian supermarket. Their fruits and vegetables are wonderful. They have sushi that is great also. The fish they sell is fresh, wonderful and they are considerably less expensive than the local fish monger with quality much higher than local supermarkets.
This place is always packed and for good reason. The food they sell is great and the prices are competitive.
This store has wonderful fruits and vegetables. When in season the prices are great. It is super convenient and certainly a lot better than the zoo that is Waldbaums (right across the street). They have nice flowers as well.
This store has a strange layout, is quite expensive, and parking is just terrible. I avoid it if I can.
It does have great deli, nice produce and passable meats, but the parking is a killer.
I go out of my way to shop at this market. The produce is always good as are the meats. They have a butcher counter so you can get some exotics if you want. The shelves are always stocked, it is bright and airy, and it is always spotless.
This tiny little hole in the wall neighborhood restaurant is my son's favorite and I now see why. Both times he and his girlfriend took me there were spectacular. Everything about this tiny place shined. The service was world class and the owner visited every table. Next time I visit my son I will absolutely return.
Whenever I am in CA I love to go to Pomodoro. The pizza is wonderful and the pastas are amazing. One thing I like is that the portions are not huge, so I don't overeat. This place is certainly worth trying if you are looking for a nice Italian restaurant, that smells of garlic, (a super plus in my book) that is a neighborhood place.
This is a small place with great food. To go is often better than eat-in as the wait staff changes often (I guess UCLA) and often is not as knowledgeable as some might like. But it is really really good.
I stumbled onto this store last year when I was out on a job and needed something rather esoteric, electrical wise. After checking the yellow pages (no internet connection around), and calling all around, Aetna was the only nearby place to carry what I wanted. What a relief.
We were referred to Dr. Hines by another physician whom we hold in the highest esteem. She said that Dr. Hines performed surgery on one of her family members and that was good enough for us.
Dr. Hines realized, when reading the MRI, that he was not the best surgeon for our case and referred us to one of his colleagues whom he said was top-notch. And he was right.
I have much respect for Dr. Hines in referring us elsewhere. And if the referring physician says he is tops, then for sure he is.
Dr. Shubach assisted with a huge cardio-thorasic surgery that my friend had. Of course we have no idea how he was in the OR but afterwards he was there, along with the primary surgeon, helping with the hospital based aftercare of my friend's surgery.
We also met a few patients where he was the primary surgeon and they were thrilled with not only his medical skills but his interpersonal skills as well.
All in all I would highly recommend Dr. Schubach.