The L.A. Weekly critic writes, "It takes an extreme level of dedication to create an experience this flawless."
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Broadway by Amar Santana gave away twelve pounds of the banned ingredient last week as a free side with a $55 glass of wine.
Literally the exact same thing happened last month.
The entirely wood-cooked restaurant is credited for being the "ultimate and inevitable backlash to molecular gastronomy."
The Los Angeles Magazine critic calls Elia Aboumrad's French restaurant on the Sunset Strip "seductive."
Shuck Oyster Bar owner Noah Blom is behind this newcomer, dedicated to handmade recipes and open-flame cooking.
Elsewhere, Brad A. Johnson suggests skipping the tasting menu and goling straight for the escargot shumai at Charlie Palmer.
The O.C. expansion will reveal the chain's largest space to-date.
The off-beat revue from San Francisco includes a five-course dinner from Joachim Splichal's outfit.
Reservations-only tastings go heavy on scientific equipment and intensely researched history.
The seafood mini-chain settles with the U.S. department of labor.
Specialists from Japan have flown in to prepare their signatures.
Adam Felischman opens SoCal's seventh Umami outpost, and the first for Orange County.
The menus were donated by an agoraphobic collector.
The new location will have guests watching the pizzas being made on an outdoor patio.
Omaima Aree Nelson wants to return to society after skinning her hubby, putting his head on the stove, and frying his hands in oil.
The esteemed O.C. chef was driving a Model A to a classic car show when he was hit from behind on the 101.
The assaulted restaurant is owned by the mayor of Costa Mesa, who has clearly made someone unhappy, and not with his food.
Strangely, it's not the robata that wows L.A.'s number-one critic at Robata Jinya.
The Catalan chef has a heart-attack in Singapore, while the great singer deprives herself of ham hocks and pig's feet.