L.A. Weekly puts the fork down for the week and L.A. Mag might miss the old Hatfield's but love the new food.
Wherever the boxer goes, so does his steak sauce, while chefs bring new meanings to "high-minded" dining.
Gold is split over Shelly Cooper's food and calls out a writer at GQ for his Chinese food coverage.
Jonathan Gold has a new weekly radio segment starting this Friday.
A mother's day episode of Evan Kleiman's Good Food will feature some big names in cooking.
Chef Nicola Chessa revives Piero Selvaggio's property while Carl Stone lends L.A. Weekly a hand in chowing Thai noodles.
Time Magazine chronicles Ludo's savvy move to his own pop-up restaurant.
L.A.'s critics win big during two awards ceremonies, while chefs and restaurants are passed up.
Bricia and Fernando Lopez score with their sandwiches and Onil Chibas pleases Irene in Pasadena.
Marukai market's black cod is a crowd-pleaser and Hatfield's plays it safe but scores.
Roy Choi's creations obliterate Yoshinoya's and a Santa Monica seafood tourist trap still sucks.
Plus, Facebookers couldn't care less how Scott Conant feels about raw onions.
The Bazaar chef thinks critics on both coasts can be clueless.
Chef Sascha Lyon scores with three critics this week.
Joseph Mahon satisfies the Times critic, while Angeleno thinks Quinn Hatfield goes a little far sometimes.
A former Kitchen Nightmares judge shares his view on the show's editing, while The L.A. Times visits another ancient restaurant.
L.A. finds only a few nominees on the James Beard Award finalist list.
L.A. Times looks at the new Four Seasons restaurant and L.A. Weekly enters a contest at Vincenti.
L.A. Times names it picks at City Center and The Weekly looks at Papa Rich.
Mark Gold runs Heal the Bay and wants The Hump closed after selling whale meat.