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: www.eateraz.com

Who writes it: There's no identifiable writer on the blog, but we've confirmed it's run by Rick Phillips, former publisher of Item magazine, with possible contributors. Catch up here.


Why you should visit it: The Valley has a handful of food blogs, but EATERAZ gives the concept an entertaining twist with a Perez Hilton-style aesthetic on some posts, adding thought/word bubbles to pictures. That gives the blog the snarky attitude we love.

Our favorite post: EATERAZ's also got plenty of gossipy tidbits from the local dining scene and sometimes we find it's writing what we've heard others say -- one particular blog post asked readers what the big deal was with Matt's Big Breakfast and why they're willing to wait an hour for eggs. Me-ow! Read more here.


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