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Overall, the list feels a little more West Coast savvy than year's past.
Five days in and Josef Centeno's tribute to Tex-Mex home-cooking is slammed.
Fermented Fruit, Frito Pie, Fajitas, and Roast Goat at Josef Centeno's Bar Amá, Debuting Saturday in Downtown
The Baco Mercat chef takes on the comfort cooking of his Southwesten childhood.
Another three this year for some veteran chefs with their own projects.
The Baco Mercat chef plans a Tex-Mex-inspired menu, featuring fire-roasted salsas and grilled meats.
Josef Centeno explains how he's going to make one-million dollars more than he initally projected this year.
The James Beard and Food & Wine-awarded lineup includes Matt Molina, Bryant Ng, and Ricardo Zarate.
The restaurant's crowning feature is a second-floor al fresco patio that takes up the whole second floor.
Here's hoping the Baco Mercat chef three-peats in 2017.
The magazine releases its first issue on L.A.'s low-cost dining scene in three years.
Josef Centeno will make his grandma's enchiladas and his mom's menudo.
Perfecto Rocher will take his place while the celebrated chef concentrates on Baco Mercat.
Both critics love the breadth and invention at the new Downtown home of the chef's bäco.
The Mozza maven shares her eye for talent.
Meanwhile, The Roosevelt crowd tries to figure out what Demi Moore was on (and where to get some).
Elsewhere, Jonathan Gold targets Bryant Ng's Spice Table as the bulls-eye of L.A.'s coherent new dining scene.
Mr. Gold also gobbles up a not-so-authentic, but-trying-really-hard beefsteak dinner with Neal Fraser at the helm.