Jeff Mahin strikes again, this time with an expanded menu featuring handmade pastas and house-baked bread.
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Chad Colby and Mario Batali meditate on the ambitious cured Italian meats restaurant.
The Italian deli, co-owned by Entourage's Turtle, isn't afraid to throw East Coast stereotypes in our faces.
Providing the neighborhood a well-cultivated everyday option ruled by a Stefano oven, proprietary starter, and a strong beer selection, this one's going to be slammed.
The Michelin-starred chef's four-course menu will cost the curious a whopping $135.
It appears the chef is trading places with Jeremy Fox.
In Orange County, Brad A. Johnson gives DivBar a sterling review, a day before the chef takes off.
The Italian pop-up will serve dinner out of La Petite Creperie.
Matt Molina and Nancy Silverton are cooking their classics like brown butter egg raviolo and butterscotch budino.
The look insinuates a rustic townhouse owned by a land-tiller with a lot of lira.
The menu remains the same as the Santa Monica original, but in a breezier, more open room.
Will the authentic, intimate cooking of this Emilia-Romagna's master-chef translate to a West Hollywood mega-restaurant?
The 120-seat restaurant is taking over the former Magnolia space.
Seafood, handmade pastas, pizza, and grass-fed meats are being prepared by Sandy Gendel.
The concept is likely a more stable, full-service version of Chad Colby's Salumi Bar.
Elsewhere, Jonathan Gold looks at his favorite dishes of the past year.
$30 per person buys your brood rights to the space, with unlimited food and wine, all night in its brand-new "Pasta Room."
The recently hired British chef will prepare four courses of Italian seafood dishes.
The chef's credits include positions at Il Grano and La Botte.
Some of the chef's staples will be served with traditional pizza and pasta in an 8,000-square-foot space.