Four days of chef sightings, cooking demos, and wine and cuisine appreciation left a nice taste in the mouths of 90210 residents and guests.
The company is giving out turkey burgers in a shuttered El Gordito in El Monte for three hours, falling just a little short of LudoBites and BreadBar's Hatchi series.
Suzanne Griswold and Rachael Narins prepare eight dishes of sustainable, organic, local, and ethical barbecue for the Hatchi Series.
Mark Knudsen and Matt Seaman will take the place of Matt Biancaniello, who left the fledgling project unexpectedly last month.
The Iron Chef promises an affordable concept while staff lapses are cited for the departure of Library Bar's mix-master.
The 36th annual event will feature restaurants like Lawry's, Little Dom's, and Grill on the Alley, while a certain smoothie shop definitely won't make it.
The star bartender will preview new drinks for Rivera and the future R26.
From pig's feet banh mi to Mexican ceviche, the former Church and State chef will tour the world in eight plates.
Bakestudio sells salads, sandwiches, and of course, bread in El Segundo.
Japanese snacks get a gourmet upgrade.
SBE's Saul Cooperstein is updating pastrami and bagels with lox.
Devin Espinosa will start the series with pre-prohibition libations.
Hawaiian eats and Italian happy hour come spread across the city.
A one-night dinner will be one of SoCal's last opportunities to have Sona's chef de cuisine to itself.
The Comme Ca owner promises a new location of his flagship in 2011.
A Next Food Network Star brings her food and puns to Hollywood.
The San Francisco chef and slow foods activist will cook eight dishes for one night in Century City.
Mo-Chica's celebrated ceviche and recipes come to BreadBar for one night.