This will be the restaurant's third location prior to an opening at LAX this summer.
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The former Il Covo has been illuminated and expanded to provide a recharged energy for Suzanne Goin's modern classic.
New additions include family-style plates, seasonal cocktails, and a garden of edible plants and herbs.
Caroline Styne and Suzanne Goin look forward to a full bar, private event capacity, and wood-burning oven in this enchanting, legendary space.
The chef will still be found at Wood & Vine until his mid-November start date.
When an event is organized by a chef like Goin, you can expect the best, and as always, her benefit delivered.
Suzanne Goin's new prix fixe includes three sliders and three glasses of Champagne for $30.
The yet-to-be-named project is coming in with help from James Rosenfield, owner of Brentwood Country Mart.
This Southern cult classic will be part of Suzanne Goin's one-night Tennessee-inspired menu.
Suzanne Goin's wine bar is welcoming Deschutes to the table next week.
The chef will sign books, while the sommelier pours two of her own wines.
Hot, cold, and even DIY sandwiches take the courtyard at 245 Maple Drive.
The cafe will focus on farm-fresh take-out for the neighborhood's worker bees.
The meal will adhere to tradition, while still being lead by the market.
Eat with your eyes: Lobster rolls, pulled pork a la Bouchon, shawarma and more at Wally's Central Coast Food & Wine Celebration.
Hallelujah, it's time for wood-oven baked pancakes!
The power-partner will appear on a three-hour panel featuring inspiring women at the top of their fields.
L.A. finally gets a chance to try the food of chefs Marc Vetri, Paul Kahan, and Michael Tusk.
With help from David Lentz, Giada, and Jennifer Garner, the Lucques chef gathers her chef friends to fight cancer.