Inevitably, we must ask if Mar Vista is the next trendy neighborhood to watch.
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Strapped with a decibel-reader, the two restaurants are found to reflect the same levels of "factory machinery at three feet."
The Kogi chef details the difficulties of telling his parents he was quitting law school.
Roy Choi says he's been perfecting a recipe from his days spent cooking in the South.
David Reiss' company will be running the inaugural event's beer garden.
The chef plays five old school hip-hop classics for the station.
The Spanish chef springs Iberico ham sandwiches and long lines on D.C.
The chefs claim they couldn't even figure out who came up with each idea by prep time.
The two will risk jail by committing an "uni abalone felony".
"Every kitchen that I'm at, any kitchen, if there's something coming off the stove, you can bet my spoon's coming out of that."
The chef does want to expand his other concepts eastward, though.
Despite a slow start, the event proved itself to again be one of the city's best in terms of dishes.
The magazine's respected "Restaurant Issue" is about to land on stands, but here's an early peek.
The restaurant promises this to be Choi's "most American menu to date."
Roy Choi's Culver City spot has a new burger for a new meal, while his Palms rice bowl restaurant is trying to expand.
Some of 2011's most anticipated projects will see their debut at the anti-hunger fund-raiser.
L.A. Weekly deems Jordan Kahn's cooking "the most modern in Los Angeles at the moment."
Sang Yoon's tribute to Asian cooking cuisine fits smoothly into the recent explosion of chef-driven explorations honored by the city's most visionary toques
The new Sunset restaurant will please anybody, L.A. Times promises, while the shuttered Greek is praised for its food.