The chef gets due credit for his early innovations and for staging the rare chef comeback.
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The critic takes us on a trip back to the eighties, where even then, you could tell John Sedlar was on the cusp of great things.
Looking at his 30-year-old menu, it's clear the king of modern Latin cooking always had vision and an obsession with the artistry of the plate.
The arts-obsessed chef will pay homage to his influential, departed restaurant 30 years after its opening.
The chef is telling the history of L.A. cuisine through this short menu of greatest local hits.
The chef shows an Ahab-like obsession with the critters and settles for a scoop of giant ants.
The chef says his marketing for Playa suffered from the program's shooting as well.
A battle over bottling brews in Libya, while John Sedlar's latest restaurant gets a positive nod from The L.A. Times.
Rumor is the Mad Men star shot a sixties-flavored episode.
The photos might be the only thing you'll experience at this highly in-demand restaurant for awhile.
Indian and French influences find their way into the chef's Latin small plates.
The chef is working towards a February 4th opening for his more casual pan-Latin concept.
A guide sure to please pros and those who can't tell a taco from a tamale hits the newsstand.
Cedd Moses' meticulously crafted cocktails will pair with nine tastings from some of L.A.'s best.
Sedlar reveals some new dishes and makes Downtown's R23 pretty happy along the way.
L.A.'s fall's openings are exciting enough to distract us from Nancy Silverton burgers and Michael Voltaggio's plans.
Rivera releases a phone number so their chef can explain his ambitious new menus while you eat.
Don't be completely surprised if Wolfgang Puck's next restaurant is a simple taqueria.
Steven Arroyo previewed his forthcoming taco shop Esculea, among other surprises.
The artistic chef breaks down his Downtown restaurant into four sections where different cuisine is explored.