"I thought I'd kill the guys at the studio with my garlic breath!"
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They also won't allow non-fat or low-fat milk to touch their precious mud.
"I don't particularly like fries, which makes me a freak. I'm not grossed out by them, I just don't appreciate them the other way people do."
The bolting Intelligentsia brewers will skip the tricks and snobbery.
Dripp Cream and Steam has both a savory and sweet side.
Chef Jason Tuley will premiere a few bites from the Hudson's followup.
Reality TV is now using our restaurants against us to make Angelenos look stupider.
With its obsessive standards and Cimarusti-stamped menu, LA Mill is one local we're definitely not ashamed to see repping us outside of our own borders.
Harutaka Kishi will revamp the menus for a reopening, while discounts serve those who can hold a secret in Atwater Village and Hollywood.
A collaboration with Eagle Rock brewery using Intelligentsia's coffee will also debut tonight.
The Houstons chain scores three stars, while L.A. Weekly navigates an untranslated menu.
Heirloom L.A. chef Matthew Poley is in charge of an ambitious new dining program.
Savor is gathering fifteen dessert makers and turning a 10,00 square-feet art studio into Candyland.
Laurent Quenioux, Quinn Hatfield, and Walter Manzke will demo eats for the crowd, with help from Santa Monica Farmer's Market vendors.
Downtown's modern Mexican might come west while Travis Lett is rumored to be considering a new direction.
Exec chef Matt Carpenter helps update the cuisine of the Eastern Mediterranean.
Police make clear that beer belongs in Dodger Stadium and Drago Centro unleashes a new cocktail list.
A West Coast coffee competition is going down this weekend.
The gourmet coffee chain will launch a third location.
49th Parallel Coffee comes to Main Street.