The Baco Mercat chef sets his sights on a third Downtown restaurant.
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Chef Bryant Ng's new roster of dishes was inspired by a recent trip to Southeast Asia.
"I've never really been into salads. I grew up on fast food, but I'm 36 now, and it doesn't make me feel so good anymore."
Farm-to-checkout innovator Sam Mogannam is coming to sign his book over four courses of fresh spring cuisine.
L.A. Creamery and Casa Noble Tequila have teamed up for a single-barrel-aged reposado flavor.
The writer will hit Brentwood to sign his new book over four-courses.
Jeff Cerciello puts all hands on deck for his combination store, butcher, and bakery.
The sour ale marks only the second of the brewing company's bottled ales on the market.
Elsewhere, Jonathan Gold targets Bryant Ng's Spice Table as the bulls-eye of L.A.'s coherent new dining scene.
An early appearance will be made by the baked goods at Amy Pressman's Short Cake.
And S. Irene Virbila loves having dinner at Farmshop, even if the tables are looking a little bare.
Sundays will be reserved for the chef's famous fried chicken.
Jeff Cerciello snags his liquor license and wins the battle with his Brentwood neighborhood foes.
A laboratory feel and chocolate truffles paired to every bean are just the start of this cafe's plan to differentiate itself from the competition.
Downtown has a new Peruvian, while the Westside's prized taqueria will double down with a second neighborhood location.
The winner of America's Next Great Restaurant sets up shop in the famous tourist district.
Strangely, it's not the robata that wows L.A.'s number-one critic at Robata Jinya.
A star-packed week for restaurants after The Golden Globes.
However, everything at FarmShop will still be a zillion dollars.
Jeff Cerciello's fries are cult-worthy, cries the L.A. Weekly, while Angeleno and L.A. Times are both sold on Scott Conant's $24 spaghetti.