He finally seems to have a permanent gig down in L.A.
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The former Ubuntu chef gets three stars for his seasonal selections.
The chef sounds confident he's finally found the right place.
After Jeremy Fox fled, the restaurant got back on its feet with Tasting Kitchen chef Jesse Barber.
Jesse Barber is the venture's new ace-in-the-hole, following the exit of Jeremy Fox.
Fox is leaving diners with reservations for his January series empty-handed to pursue another opportunity.
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There are still 20 to 30 seats available for the seven-course super-chef collaboration.
A four-course, $50 meal introduces "this is not a pop-up," a new project intended to keep chefs cooking between restaurants.
It's like the Lollapalooza of L.A. Chefs.
He has a new project in the works, but he won't say what just yet.
Former general manager Helena Brown tells us the ownership "wasn't a good fit."
Aztec hot chocolate, Korean sausages, Japanese burgers, and the revival of a few familiar fine diners will see us through the season.
"I've never really been into salads. I grew up on fast food, but I'm 36 now, and it doesn't make me feel so good anymore."
The chef will offer samples and a soup using heirloom melons grown from Baker Creek's seeds.
After a rumor of a new restaurant sparks on Pinterest, the chef says it's just a plan on paper for now.
It's in Venice Beach.
The former Ubuntu chef promises "peasant cuisine," which will probably be sold to rich people.
He talks about the five celebratory dinners that just concluded last night.
Ari Taymor has a surfeit of imagination in dishes that let market crops take the charge.