I had one of those delicious Saturdays where good food, good friends and a little exploring aligned for a delicious afternoon. The boyfriend and I met up with some of our friends at Wurstkuche where I had the tastiest sausage sandwich in my life. I ordered the Filipino Maharlika, sweet pork sausage with natural seasonings topped with sauerkraut and sweet peppers… it was an OMG-amazing experience. I’m pretty abstemious when it comes to serious meat eating, but this is something I wanted to eat again on Sunday. I will have to go back soon, for the sake of blogging about it.
Apparently Wurstkuche is in the L.A. Arts District, a place the boyfriend and I had yet to visit. So we took some time to explore the area, serendipitously stumbling on an Fabrik Magazine’s Artwalk.
Aside from these skillful graffiti murals I posted yesterday, here are a few more snapshots of things that caught my eye while walking around.
A building covered in hearts.
The entrance to one of the art galleries/artist lofts.
Some pieces on display by Mary Lou Ynda.
Pirate moving to New York.
A mural on East 3rd street.
The Arts District is right next to Little Tokyo. So we crossed the street and had a little fun in the Little Tokyo Market Place picking up Asian drinks, trinkets and candy.
Loot: Cute mechanical pencils, dessert-shaped erasers and a cactus pen.
We had fun coming home and ripping open the grip load of candy we bought yesterday. My fave is the mangosteen gummy candy.