You can experience nearly 24 hours of indie artists and food vendors by the sea this weekend.
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The restaurant is the permanent fixture of Wolf in Sheep's Clothing chefs Kris Tominaga and Brian Dunsmoor.
The Cafe Pinot chef is changing locations, price points, and menus for his underground dinner party that sees lots of fish topped with, and on top of, things.
The chef will take one box of produce and demonstrate how to make a meal of it.
The chefs hand-picked mismatched vintage details, while Dunsmoor's girlfriend took charge of the artwork.
The chefs' opening menu plays on rustic Southern cooking, with animal-style arrangements of offal and exotic cuts.
The Michelin-starred chef will prepare five courses on an evening that coincides with Joe Miller's birthday.
But first the two are popping up this week with a temporary version.
Seven rising star cooks unite at Il Grano to fight breast cancer with sous vide pork ribs.
A look into Tom Colicchio's Clambake, Guy Fieri's Brew B Cue, and Saturday's Lexus grand tasting event.
Bartenders from Hal's , Tasting Kitchen, and Joe's will face-off following The Taste of Abbot Kinney.
We look at the impressive list of Joe's alumni cooking in L.A. and abroad.
The restaurant itself is fine, even if its coffee service will need time to recuperate.
John Sedlar brings out the artist in The L.A. Times, while L.A.'s beer craze sweeps up L.A. Weekly.
The Flatiron Truck serves a daily changing menu inspired by local ingredients, though it still can mix up a mean hybrid burrito.
The Miami Heat star gets caught on a date while trying to go low-pro at the Beverly Hills steakhouse.
We always thought Menes was a little too good for the joint.
The diminutive pizza place has caused a sensation in New York, let's just hope it translates better than Cafe Habana and Richard Sandoval.
Entry is free, but tastings at Joe's, Jin Patisserie, N'Ice Cream, and others will cost you.
Will new signage be enough to lure diners away from the wait at Joe's?