Saucy founder Tess Melody Taylor continues her family legacy


Where to eat in LA when the cravings strike

Gusto green
“Just wow. The food, ambiance, professional yet friendly staff make for an amazing dining experience. This restaurant is on the ground floor of an immaculately decorated seven-story building in DTLA that houses hundreds of people working in cannabis. Chef Max offers a largely plant-based and just enough complex menu that includes hemp-infused dishes (and the short rib pairs perfectly with our BBQ sauce). I can’t wait to try literally everything.

Broad Street Oyster Co
“This restaurant is very popular and for good reason. They never skimp on lobster for their rolls, and it’s worth considering adding uni and/or caviar on top. The oysters are fresh, meaty and delicious. Pro Tip: Be sure to order ahead to avoid the perpetually long line. »

At Bludso
“It’s so hard to find good ribs and brisket in Los Angeles, and if anyone tells you they are, they’re probably not from the South. I can attest that Bludso’s is hands down the best BBQ in LA. This restaurant pays homage to their Texas roots, and their hot connections live for free in my mind. I feature them in Saucy photo shoots and often bring their food to the retail staff at the dispensary to thank you.

“The Soul Food at Dulan’s is otherworldly, and this establishment has been proudly serving its community since 1975. They have great special combos with healthy portions; you always feel like you have a home cooked meal. I love oxtails, collard greens, kidney beans, cabbage, candied yams and…everything. And treat yourself to the cake!


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