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In Santa Ana, Brad A. Johnson loves Jason Quinn's food, even if he thinks there's a "Playground bully" lurking in the kitchen.
Starting with Lukshon's dan dan mian and ending on Spago's veal mignon tartare.
Over 25 restaurants will deliver morning meal creations.
The critic will follow the rules as established by Craig Claiborne.
"The anonymous critic is a conceit these days anyway," says L.A. Weekly food editor Amy Scattergood, who isn't exactly sure
The former New Yorker was most recently the food editor at Creative Loafing Atlanta.
The loss of another foodie ace-in-the-hole leaves more giant shoes to be filled for Village Voice Media.
Village Voice Media apparently tried to retain Gold with "money the chain had not previously shown itself willing to commit."
A look back at one delicious year.
Local restaurants and bloggers take home honors for their coverage.
A publicist confirms that partners are actively looking for locations, though the whole idea is simply being "considered." Hmm?
As a testament to Gold and L.A.'s everyday eateries, some of his earliest discoveries were churning out the best plates at L.A. Weekly's third annual food event.
Anonymity is important! And more restaurant-critic musings from Jonathan Gold.
The L.A. Weekly asks for a moratorium on orb-shaped anatomy jokes.
Gold drops a few big names from his annual list of must-eats, while L.A. Times likes The Yard, but still gives it just one-and-a-half stars.
The singer packs them in Tupperware for Lillith Fair rehearsals while Geoffrey McDonald loses $376,000 to violent thieves.
The new People Issue offers new insights into our restaurant owners and chefs.
L.A.'s critics win big during two awards ceremonies, while chefs and restaurants are passed up.
Insider tips, chef-driven deals, and real dive bars get a spotlight.