How does a gourmet taqueria fit into a town used to paying one to two dollars for their favorite food?
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Expect pig ear nachos, pork ceviche, and cricket tacos at West Hollywood's collaborative new taqueria.
The owner offers insight into his forthcoming projects with Nancy Silverton, Walter Manzke, and Neal Fraser.
Fortunately, the chef and partner Bill Chait will bring a new concept to the space.
The new West Coast event will offer beverage professionals another three-day bender in a more temperate climate.
Bill Chait creates nothing but hit restaurants.
Walter sounds off on his embrace of bistronomics.
Campanile plans to close November 30, while its chef-owner considers his next move.
A deal to sell the business to Bill Chait could go through as early as December.
The restaurant marks the return of veteran Keith Silverton, cooking a mix of U.S. comfort food with a locavore twist.
The menu combines traditional techniques with country comfort, as in a brandade of gold potatoes with soft egg.
A one-night-only affair sees the return of 2010's biggest rotating pop-up.
The owner has brought us Picca, Sotto, Short Order, Rivera, and Playa in the last three years alone.
Nancy Silverton's highly anticipated burger joint is everything you wanted it to be, and more.
Nancy Silverton and Bill Chait are among those close to the departed baker who offer memorials.
The 31-year-old bakery will be replaced by Amy Pressman's Short Cake this fall.
Teaming with Bill Chait and Amy Pressman, the Mozza master finally cuts through the conjecture with an announcement of her burger joint.