Elsewhere, Thierry Perez closes his French market and cafe L'Epicerie.
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The chef has gone to work at the Park Hyatt's Blue Duck Tavern.
With no real criticism to offer, The L.A. Times critic gives Sebastien Archambault one and a half measly stars.
Meanwhile, Cafe Des Artistes closes shop just as New York names become all the rage.
In a huge coup for Thierry Perez, the French chef starts this Saturday and has a new menu coming on Monday
L.A. Weekly talks about Tasting Kitchen, bacon-wrapped bacon, and duck carnitas one more time before 2011 arrives.
The legendary announcer celebrates his swan song at a Puck-catered fiesta.
Did the crumbling of Le Crossaint create some sort of power-vacuum in the world of L.A. bakeries or something?
A look at five new favorites poised to please the city's cult of the other white meat.
A bakery, European magazine depot, tapas bar, wine store, and full-service restaurant also has a cool look of industrial fixtures and chocolate paint.
A trend is building where restaurants are more than just restaurants, adding butchers, bakers, and bivalves.
Gilt City is offering an accompanying preview party with a four-course meal the following Monday.
Four days of chef sightings, cooking demos, and wine and cuisine appreciation left a nice taste in the mouths of 90210 residents and guests.
L.A.'s fall's openings are exciting enough to distract us from Nancy Silverton burgers and Michael Voltaggio's plans.
The Culver Blvd. space will be a European cafe and market, divided by a tasting bar.