jkinlaca

Scott Goetz Is An Idiot, 42M.

Los Angeles, California
Joined Oct 2012
187 Followers 193 Following

12 Loved Places

Listings

  • Eagle LA Silverlake, Los Angeles
  • The Monster West Village, New York
  • Comptons of Soho Soho, London
  • Boxers NYC Chelsea, New York
  • Hotel Monteleone French Quarter, New Orleans
  • Clover Grill French Quarter, New Orleans
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    jkinlaca reviewed Borough Market Over a year ago
    Loves it

    Must-visit
    I visited this place for the first time recently and it was a highlight. There were so many wonderful choices for interesting ethnic foods and beverages, plus it provided an exceptional locale for people watching.

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    jkinlaca reviewed Casita Del Campo Over a year ago
    Loves it

    L.A.'s most colorful Mexican restaurant
    This is the only place in the city where you can have an authentic Mexican meal, kick-ass margaritas and then wander into the basement and see a musical about Karen Carpenter, in which she's played by a man.

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    jkinlaca reviewed Arclight Hollywood Over a year ago
    Loves it

    L.A.'s best movie theater
    Except for the private studio theaters, the Arclight, with comfortable assigned seating and digital sound and projection, is the best place to see a movie in L.A. They also offer adults-only screenings of certain films for people who find children annoying.

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    jkinlaca reviewed Etcetera Etcetera Over a year ago
    Loves it

    Delicious Italian cuisine
    This is an ideal place to have a bite and a glass of wine before seeing a show.

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    jkinlaca reviewed Clover Grill Over a year ago
    Loves it

    comfort food par excellence
    There's no better place to stop by after a long night in the Quarter than this trusty restaurant with the friendly waitstaff and delicious, absorbent comfort. You can't visit New Orleans without at least one meal here.

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    jkinlaca reviewed Hotel Monteleone Over a year ago
    Loves it

    The Grande Dame of the Quarter
    Even if you can't stay at this amazingly beautiful hotel, you owe it to yourself to stop in for a drink at the famed Carousel bar, which was a favorite for many beloved writers including Capote and Williams.

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    jkinlaca reviewed Boxers NYC Over a year ago
    Loves it

    Full of knockouts
    Probably the most attractive crowd on any random afternoon in Chelsea. The wait staff is friendly, the music is great and the pizza is quite delicious, as well.

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    jkinlaca reviewed The Monster Over a year ago
    Loves it

    Sunday Time Travel
    Sunday afternoon happy hour at The Monster is like traveling back in time. Terrific DJs such as Lady Bunny play a variety of '70s dance favorites and it's a blast to just sip a cocktail and watch men of a certain age take over the dance floor and relive their glory days at Studio 54.