Far South Coast, Chef Paz Restaurant

Just past 84th and National Avenue, we weave through some barricades placed in the middle of the road to ward off through traffic. We get one maneuver closer to having some Peruvian food from an obscure three month-old niche eatery called Chef Paz. A bunch of construction shouldn't stop from you from going anywhere now... Continue Reading →

Field Food, Growing Power Deli and Market

Growing legend and proprietor of Growing Power Will Allen delayed the grand opening of the Growing Power Deli and Market to pay small token of respect to his neighbors in Oak Creek. Just another reflection of the thoughtfulness that lends soulful heartiness to Growing Power's most recent effort to sew seeds where they are most... Continue Reading →

Life of a Dive, Lo Cash Live

It hangs out on a block best known for the grizzly working-class pub¬†Steny's, smushed-up next to Fat Daddy's. Making use of the sign design made famous by Southern used car lots, coin-sized dots spell "Lo Cash", ¬†shimmering flecks of silvery sunlight off the side of the building. The interior decor although not brand-spanking new has... Continue Reading →

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