Joe Miller's tapas bar is celebrating its birthday.
Maybe 100 foie gras-loving chefs can be wrong.
The chef will take one box of produce and demonstrate how to make a meal of it.
Gins include an Indian-made spirit infused with cardamom and saffron.
Joe Miller will make coffee and tortilla Española for the public.
The Michelin-starred chef will prepare five courses on an evening that coincides with Joe Miller's birthday.
Bartenders from Hal's , Tasting Kitchen, and Joe's will face-off following The Taste of Abbot Kinney.
Just tell us what you're most looking forward to in order to enter.
Organizers return with a smoother model that will keep the food from running out, though only 400 tickets will be sold.
We look at the impressive list of Joe's alumni cooking in L.A. and abroad.
The restaurant itself is fine, even if its coffee service will need time to recuperate.
A new selection of six dollar tapas and pintxos land in Joe Miller's Spanish restaurant.
Fifteen dollars for three-courses of Spanish cuisine beats fourteen dollars for bad paella on Fairfax.
Owner Alejandro Pages makes no apology to his competitors, claiming nobody does traditional Spanish better than his new place.
Jose Andres made decadent tacos, Spago roasted an entire goat, and Nancy Silverton wore a funny inflatable hat.
The Westside restaurant pillar is staying on the Spanish tip.