Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Blue Marlin Restaurant

Found on Sawtelle Avenue
Today's post is HERE.
In addition to having marvelous restaurants, there are so many faboo shops on Sawtelle Avenue, between Olympic Boulevard and Santa Monica Boulevard in West L.A. I picked up some great Japanese crochet magazines (with complete charts) at the Asahiya Bookshop!



At 6:23 PM PDT, Blogger Marsha said...

I once tried to find a specific Japanese "bookstore" that was supposedly in an indoor-type mall. It was basically a newstand but didn't have not ONE craft magazine!! I want to say it was in the general vicinity of Staples Center - what do I know - I'm from Bako!! Anyway - just got a nifty GPS and so I may just get brave and make a day trip by myself and find all kinds of cool stuff!!

PS - the food on the other blog looks yummy! You have such great restaurants down there that are not chains!! Jealous!!

At 10:49 AM PDT, Blogger Ellen Bloom said...

Hey Marsha!
Thanks for commenting. The Asahiya Bookshop on Sawtelle is at the top floor of the mini mall where Hurry Curry is located. There are tons of crochet and knit books, all in Japanese. However, the diagrams are really easy to read.

Yes, we have lots of good restaurants here in L.A. Bakersfield has some good old restaurants too, just come into town and leave the 'burbs of Bako!

At 3:08 PM PDT, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I heart Blue Marlin! Aside: years ago my co-worker posed with the swordfish mounted on the wall and almost couldn't get his hand out of its mouth. HA.

At 3:42 PM PDT, Blogger MonkeyGurrrrrl said...

you could *so* make this purse.


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