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The Hollywood haunt for lovers of big breakfasts will surely ensnare Sin City's hungover legions.
So José Andrés is Cee Lo, right?
Somehow the communal drink was not as popular as the chef's croquetas served in a running shoe.
The even has come under fire from the Department of Alcohol Beverage Control.
The Spanish chef springs Iberico ham sandwiches and long lines on D.C.
Agave juice will work its way into cocktails and special menus, while principals from Del Maguey and Casa Noble will be there.
Elsewhere, Jonathan Gold targets Bryant Ng's Spice Table as the bulls-eye of L.A.'s coherent new dining scene.
The only certainty is that L.A. soon won't be the only one.
Cora picks mom-friendly songs to be sure, but still passes our sound check.
The L.A. Times critic goes high-end while scoping out the city's best golden bird.
Don't be surprised if Jose Andres' spherified olives make an appearance.
After a Giants fan is beaten into a coma, The Dodgers consider whether we really deserve half-off beers.
The three amigos explained and defended their "avant-garde" cuisine after kissing up to Sam Nazarian.
The El Bulli maestro will join Jose Andres and Juan Mari-Arzak for a panel discussion called "Tools of Today, Food of Tomorrow."
Could a contentious past be beneath the Spanish chef's sensitivities?
Jose Andres made decadent tacos, Spago roasted an entire goat, and Nancy Silverton wore a funny inflatable hat.