Sommelier David Haskell summons Japanese aspects out of European ingredients just by choosing the right wine and beer.
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The celebrated chef, restaurant-less for the last year and a half, will cook for one night on September 7.
The former La Madri chef left Villetta just seven months after opening the Brentwood Italian.
So far it's a visually captivating blend of French, Spanish, and Northern African influences, bound together by California's bounty.
Farid Zadi is holding a cous cous festival, while the epicerie's front will sell its prepared foods.
The restaurant will fuse French cooking with U.S. comfort dishes and serve as the new home of the chef's Ecole de Cuisine.
Could the Shore Hotel's restaurant be coming from the crew at Blue Plate?
The Taiwanese bakery brings a rush of fans for taro bun and sea salt coffee.
Pop-ups are on their way from Laurent Quenioux, All Jarred Up, The Magnum Crew, and Dave Danhi's Grilled Cheese Truck.
Following another pop-up, the self-described "wine pimp" has plans for his own place.
Former Bin8945 owner David Haskell will be on drink duty, while former recent Bastide exile Joseph Mahon cooks a five-course dinner.
A Pasadena wine director goes his own way.
Two coffee shops open in L.A. while a Hollywood lounge violates an alcohol law.
A Kogi chef loses his cool over an online interview criticizing street food.
BIN 8945's former owner is out to pimp Vertical Wine Bar.