Also, District in Oakland is adding a lunch operation called District Carriage House.
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Old Oakland gets an SF wine bar, with whiskey.
Owner George Abou-Daoud doesn't want the hearts of critics, just the hearts of men.
George Abou-Daoud highlights upgraded U.S. comfort cuisine with foot-long beef hot dogs, Native American hickory smoked chicken, and one whopping whiskey selection.
Also, Steins opens in the Richmond.
Meanwhile, Javier Cabral goes on tour with the Delirians, providing the perfect excuse to do some good regional eating.
The Hollywood heavy has even found the energy to decorate his seventh project.
District chef Kevin Napier unveils a secret shooter with a Mexican twist.
"There are certain things that you just can't go wrong with and I'm a big believer that adding bacon to anything improves it."
The chef is preparing a menu with Joachim Splichal.
Even vegetarians have a huge selection at this former ode to offal.
A trend is building where restaurants are more than just restaurants, adding butchers, bakers, and bivalves.
The chef's right-hand man, Kevin Napier, will take over the kitchens at George Abou-Daoud's co-joined Hollywood Blvd. restaurants.
Though some residents complained, it's hard to imagine they'll see the likes of Kris Morningstar anytime soon.
Four days of chef sightings, cooking demos, and wine and cuisine appreciation left a nice taste in the mouths of 90210 residents and guests.
The L.A. Times warms to pig's heart confit while Roy Choi's second coming is as successful as his first, according to Los Angeles.
Bistro LQ joins a chef exchange program and Sofitel goes Gallic, with the music to prove it.
Daniel Mattern is keeping Ammo on target and Mariscos Chente has the best Mex in Lennox, and beer too.
Roy Choi's creations obliterate Yoshinoya's and a Santa Monica seafood tourist trap still sucks.