Despite some complaints about chains participating, both Capital Grille and Bobby's Burger Palace triumphed.
The benefit for A Better L.A. looked like a scene from The Wire, the bizarro-L.A. edition.
The tavern once served as watering hole for thirsty soldiers fighting in the Revolutionary War.
Teenaged Flynn McGarry already has a cookbook, a New Yorker profile, and ambitions with Grant Achatz at Next.
The program serves meals family style, and facilitates conversation amongst students.
On May 14, chefs like Michael Voltaggio, Ludo Lefebvre, and Doug Kean will each join with restaurants like Melisse and Animal to whip up competing foie gras dishes.
"The Big Cheese Patio Party" will find Dave Danhi's sandwiches paired with Steve Livigni's cocktails and brew choices.
The event will gather top tastes from Los Feliz, Silver Lake, Highland Park, Atwater Village, Echo Park, and points between.
A strong lineup of chefs is out of most of our price ranges, but there is an after-party.
This year's was the 25th anniversary of the gala.
The full-service restaurant is full staffed by urban, at-risk youth ages 16 to 22.
Randy Clemens will prepare drinking-friendly bites like jalapeno poppers stuffed with Sriracha cream cheese.
The afternoon roast will benefit Share our Strength.
The farm, Phila. Brewing Co., and a bunch of restaurants are all pitching in to help with the fundraiser.
The collaboration dinner series also now includes Michael Voltaggio and Rory Herrmann.
Mary Risley and Food Runners have been doing this for years, too.
The big event isn't until May, but in the meantime, you can help out by heading to this happy hour.
The Wood and Vine chef will cook a single porker from ReRide farms alongside Bruce Kalman to benefit Alex's Lemonade Stand.
The event includes a panel discussion with the critic on fair treatment for food workers.