Brooklyn vs. L.A.: A long weekend getaway guide – Chatelaine

Brooklyn vs. L.A.: A long weekend getaway guide

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Sometimes a change of scene can be all you need to reset. New York and Los Angeles are both within easy reach of Canada and they’re two of America’s greatest cities. To minimize your stress (and schlepping) we’ve narrowed the focus to buzzy Brooklyn on the East Coast, and beachy Venice and Santa Monica on the West.

Let’s take Brooklyn first: Had it not been joined to New York City at the end of the 19th century, Brooklyn would be the fourth most populated city in America. Its fortunes started to change by the end of the 20th century, as Manhattan became prohibitively expensive and artists and bohemian types moved across the East River to inhabit the beautiful brownstones and industrial spaces in gritty Williamsburg, leafy Carroll Gardens, Fort Greene, Red Hook and, now, in formerly don’t-go-there Bushwick. The restaurants and shops that have sprung up in the wake of this migration have set trends, like canning and crafting, for the world at large.  READ FULL ARTICLE →


See all foie isnt bad…

Foie Gras is a controversial topic. It is one of the most delicious foods on the planet, but it comes at the price of force feeding ducks and geese… although, not in the case of Pateria de Sousa. By following nature’s cycle and reviving old techniques, a family has managed to produce the much sought after delicacy in a humane and sustainable way. Enjoy.


The Cauliflower T-Bone Will Make You Re-Think Your Steak Order ~ Now This News

Chef Jason Neroni  talks about Superba’s Califlower T-Bone with Katie Quinn for Now This News.


Thank You Friends

Thank You, 
to all those who have helped make our first year possible.

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Coleman Family Farm
County Line
Eclectic Acres
Frog Hallow Farms
Gloria’s Fruits and Vegetables
Heritage Farms
IMP
Kenter Canyon
LA Specialty
Life’s a Choke
Maggie’s Farm
McGrath Farms
Soledad Cheese Farmers
Wieser Farms
Windrose Family

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Superba Snack Bar ~ One Year Anniversary Dinner

To celebrate Superba Snack Bar’s 1 Year Anniversary we hosted a special dinner featuring chefs that exemplify Los Angeles’ culinary scene. On Thursday, August 8, cooking with Chef Jason Neroni were David LeFevre (M.B. Post and Fishing with Dynamite), Vinny Dotolo (Animal and Son of a Gun), Kris Yenbamroong (NIGHT + MARKET), and Craig Thorton (Wolvesmouth), with Noah Ellis (Red Medicine) crafting cocktails. The group collaborated to offer a six-course prix-fixe dinner. This is a video medley of that celebration.


Chef Jason Neroni ~ Making Pasta


A Pasta Story

I hope one day to have the same experience with my son.
~ Jason


Superba Snack Bar celebrates one year in Los Angeles with a star-studded chefs’ dinner on Thursday, August 8

To celebrate we are hosting a special dinner featuring chefs that exemplify Los Angeles’ culinary scene. On Thursday, August 8, cooking with Chef Jason Neroni will be David LeFevre (M.B. Post and Fishing with Dynamite), Vinny Dotolo (Animal and Son of a Gun), Kris Yenbamroong (NIGHT + MARKET), and Craig Thorton (Wolvesmouth), with Noah Ellis (Red Medicine) crafting cocktails. The group will collaborate to offer a six-course prix-fixe for $75 per person, with the option to add wine pairings for $35 per person.

“To me, this dinner is a celebration of Los Angeles’ culinary scene,” says Neroni. “Before moving back to Southern California, these were chefs I’d heard of but never met, and I’m honored to cook alongside them for our one-year anniversary.”

WHERE:
Superba Snack Bar
533 Rose Ave.
Venice, CA 90291
310.399.6400

COST:
$75 per person
$35 per person for optional wine pairings
100% of the profits will be donated to the Westside Food Bank

WHEN:
Thursday, August 8
6-10 p.m.
Reservations required

 

 


Superba Snack Bar wins AIA Los Angeles 2013 Restaurant Design Award

AIA Los Angeles 2013 Restaurant Design Award Jury Award Winner: Superba Snack Bar (Venice) – Designed by Design, Bitches & Reed Architectural Group. Not to shabby, ehh?

 


Artisanal Italian Cuisine with Jason Neroni

From our friends at TRUFFL:

Chef Jason Neroni shares our values of community building, dedication to quality, and an appreciation of what is delicious in life. From his Venice Beach cult-hit neighborhood eatery, Superba Snack Bar, Neroni handmakes inventive pastas using locally-sourced ingredients, serves up exciting wines, and offers delectable snacks. Two of our favorites are on display in this behind-the-scenes TRUFFL Journal video.