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25 Degrees

  1. User's Guide
    Where to O.D. on Corned Beef Sliders, Green Drinks, and Street Parties on SaintWhich local restaurants and bars are vying for your green this Saturday?
  2. The Other Critics
    Ruby Reminds Us Arun’s Exists, Sula Thinks Ripasso Needs a Pinch of SaltPlus: In the recent wave of burger joints, Crain’s does a face off between an old and new establishment.
  3. The Other Critics
    P. Vettel Loves P. Virant; Time Out Loves Brunch at 25 Degrees, But Nowhere ElseVettel loves PV, but TOC not big on brunch.
  4. Celebrity Settings
    Johnny Depp Tumbles at 25 Degrees; Goldie and Kurt Lunch at Locanda de LagoThe great actor sounds like he was pretty pickled as he fell (twice!) in Hollywood before getting stuffed into a car.
  5. Slideshow
    Scenes From The Taste: ‘Burgers and Beer’Evan Funke took the day with Rustic Canyon’s impeccable burger.
  6. Openings
    What to Drink at 25 Degrees, Opening MondayRiver North gets a new burger joint on Monday.
  7. Coming Soon
    25 Degrees Bringing More Burgers to River North25 Degrees will start serving up big burgers soon.
  8. Airport Dining
    Patina Eat-In Seeks to Cease LAX Concession Foot-Dragging TomorrowWho wouldn’t rather have Nancy Silverton overcharging them for an airport sandwich?
  9. User's Guide
    Where to Eat Around the World and Watch the World Cup in L.A.Even if soccer isn’t your favorite sport, The World Cup offers a tremendous opportunity to try new cuisines.
  10. Superlatives
    Is Umami Unseating L.A.’s Burger Kings?Father’s Office holds a far-off third place behind both classic and new burgers.
  11. Hot Diggity Dog!
    Bacon-Wrapped Hot Dogs Going Haute in Hollywood25 Degrees puts a bacon-wrapped hot dog on its menu.
  12. Empire Building
    LAX Reveals Local Restaurant Bids for MakeoverSusan Feniger, Michael Mina, and Nancy Silverton are all vying to have new restaurants at the Airport.
  13. User's Guide
    How to Steer Nightowls from Swinger’sNew and classic picks keep you sated in the wee hours.
  14. NewsFeed
    Tyson Wong Ophaso Heads for the West CoastTyson Wong Ophaso, who you may remember as the chef at Chinatown Brasserie whom was beat up by three drunks in front of his own restaurant last year, had some good news to tell us when we ran into him the other night: Six months after leaving the Brasserie, he’s been hired as corporate chef by Domaine Restaurant Group, which owns Dakota and 25 Degrees in the Hollywood’s Roosevelt Hotel, as well as two Red Pearls, a kind of California version of Spice Market with “fresh, clean, and lean versions of Asian street food,” as Ophaso tells us.