Proceeds of the dinner, which features Mary Sue Milliken, Sherry Yard, and Suzanne Tracht, go to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
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The restaurant plans to serve Stumptown coffee, breakfast, and baked goods.
Current chef de cuisine Brian Best is leaving to help open the couple's Sycamore Kitchen.
Mezze's Micah Wexler says of Zagat," My restaurant friends and I would literally memorize the ratings and test each other...Over the last decade they've lost a lot of ground."
The new restaurant will focus primarily on baked goods and coffee.
If discounted event tickets don't bring you there, duck confit crepes and deviled quail eggs with smoked trout could do the trick.
Los Angeles magazine puts Lazy Ox Canteen at the top of its list, while Capo vets do brisket and beef ribs just right in Van Nuys.
The chef is also a gold medal-winning bike sprinter.
Gold drops a few big names from his annual list of must-eats, while L.A. Times likes The Yard, but still gives it just one-and-a-half stars.
Food Network Sued Over Private Chefs of Beverly Hills; Clifton's Cafeteria Broker Goes Missing in Joshua Tree
A company named Private Chefs Inc. claims they pitched the show years ago, while a massive search is underway for Downtown broker Ed Rosenthal.
The guide doesn't screw up the food truck trend this year, and mostly keeps it correct.
Angeleno handed out restaurant awards to their picks of the year's best toques.
His top ten list of best new restaurants contains at least one big surprise.
A terrific mid-day meal issue is published, with just one problem.
In a big sandwich town, these are carving out their own legends.
Seeds destined for Haiti come under fire while the inventor of popcorn shrimp has a new food-adjustment.
L.A. Weekly puts the fork down for the week and L.A. Mag might miss the old Hatfield's but love the new food.
Marukai market's black cod is a crowd-pleaser and Hatfield's plays it safe but scores.