An unholy coven of six chefs are uniting for organ-eating season.
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The L.A. Weekly editor susses out Catalina's "most ambitious restaurant."
The critic is confused by the concept and not impressed by the food.
Where to get free absinthe, discount drinks, and Alsatian beer this weekend.
All three have international offerings, covering those who seek beef bimbimbap, faux gras with duck-fat biscuits, or just a simple croque.
The menu leans French and locavore, with goat gnocchi, house-baked breads, and marrow with tongue and cheek.
With the remodel of Water Grill and the coming of Armen Hakobayan's Industriel, Grand Ave. may be the next hot spot.
The Fig chef funds his own community garden to help at-risk students.