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Drago

  1. Openings
    Ushuaia Replaces Drago With Argentine SteaksWith nary a nip nor a tuck, the steakhouse is already serving natural beef grilled over a wood fire.
  2. Italian
    Where Celestino Drago Recommends Eating Italian West of the 405His 21-year-old eponymous flagship closes after tonight’s service.
  3. Too Hot Tamales
    Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger Plan to Revisit Dishes From City at BorderThe duo’s original restaurant took its influences from all over the world, so expect anything from soba to brisket to Thai salads.
  4. Closings
    What a Drag-o! Celestino Drago Closing Santa Monica FlagshipWith endless options for mediocre Italian food crowing the neighborhood, it’s difficult to part with a restaurant that consistently kept the bar raised.
  5. Slideshow
    What You Missed at Localicious30 chefs were each united with a farmer to highlight peak produce in engaging small plates.
  6. Chef Thoughts
    What Do Our Chefs Think of The Zagat-Google Deal?Mezze’s Micah Wexler says of Zagat,” My restaurant friends and I would literally memorize the ratings and test each other…Over the last decade they’ve lost a lot of ground.”
  7. The Other Critics
    Gold Goes Nostalgic Over Saint Estephe; Virbila Drinks in OmbraThe critic takes us on a trip back to the eighties, where even then, you could tell John Sedlar was on the cusp of great things.
  8. Menus
    For Dad at Drago: Pig’s Trotters, Hog Head Cheese, Coffee Cauliflower, and BeerMeanwhile, Drago Centro has a beer-pairing dinner planned around a menu that’s not so offal-intensive.
  9. Duck You Sucker
    Drago Keeps The Duck and Plans to Get Your GoatThe chef will keep his special menu through June, at which point he’s thinking about getting a little goaty.
  10. Duck You Sucker
    Drago Drops Six Courses of DuckAvailable through April, the Santa Monica Italian will serve foie gras, 63 degree duck egg, duck confit risotto, and three other riffs on the poultry.
  11. The Other Critics
    Brad A. Johnson and Virbila Scope Scarpetta; Gold Entranced by Salt’s CureJeff Cerciello’s fries are cult-worthy, cries the L.A. Weekly, while Angeleno and L.A. Times are both sold on Scott Conant’s $24 spaghetti.
  12. Foodies With Benefits
    Get 30% Off Tickets To ‘Great Chefs of L.A.’ From Grub StreetWe help you score a deep discount to dining with over 30 chefs and 34 beverage suppliers.
  13. Foodievents
    Kogi BBQ, Giruad, and Goin Coming to Food Fare This ThursdayFood trucks and a best chef of the year award will make their first appearances at Planned Parenthood Guild’s food event.
  14. Lunch
    What to Eat at Domenico’s New LunchComfort dishes and a small wine list are added in Silver Lake.
  15. Neighborhood Watch
    Judaken’s East is Soft-Open in Hollywood; Drago Plans an Osteria in Newport’sCelestino Drago will bring an osteria to O.C. while David Judaken opens a restaurant in Hollywood.