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Produced by Francine Rios

Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014

Hear the original show segment at: KPCC.org

While most businesses rely on new technologies like chip and pin or iPad card scanners, a few have remained very old school. 121 more words

Broadcast Work

A taste of heritage: Philippe The Original French Dipped Sandwich

Indigenous to Los Angeles, French dipped sandwiches were invented by accident, claims Philippe, one of the oldest and best known restaurants in Southern California. It was established in 1908 by Philippe Mathieu, who was of French descent.  258 more words


Philippe The Original

I professed my my love for the french dipped sandwich and was recently surprised and taken to Philippe. This restaurant is located in downtown LA and is a little slice of history. 395 more words

All Things Foodie

6 Iconic LA Eateries Kids Love

photo credit: Original Tommy’s Hamburgers via facebook

Most LA restaurants tend to come and go faster than a Kardashian marriage, but a few legendary joints have not only managed to survive for decades, they’re even more popular now than the day they opened their doors. 1,167 more words


Philippe the Original Review: Follow the Footsteps of Man v Food

What can be better than an In-N-Out burger? A french dipped meat sandwich from the one and only Philippe the Original. Philippe the Original has been around for over 100 years making delicious French Dipped Sandwiches, together with all american dishes such as macaroni salad, potato salad and home-made lemonade! 367 more words


DTLA Or Bust: A Guide To Downtown Los Angeles

While outsiders claim Los Angeles is a bunch of suburbs in search of a city, insiders beg to differ. In fact, downtown is one of the most vibrant areas in this vast metropolis. 607 more words

Los Angeles

Philippe the Original - L.A.

The first stop on this crazy cross-country adventure was Los Angeles. Not because it’s my favorite or even the nicest stop planned on this trip, (far from it) it was just a logistical thing. 767 more words