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Chef Travis Chase of Lazy Ox Canteen Will Cook Many Meals During an Evening Hosted By Lincoln Cars
Change is a constant in Michael Cardenas' Downtown empire these days.
"Sometimes the intermarriage works," the critic writes of Mario Alberto's vast imagination, "and sometimes it doesn't."
The chef is no longer attached to Michael Cardenas' empire, signifying the duo's paella-based project could be scrapped too.
These are the secret servings your favorite restaurant just might be keeping from you.
Despite a few dishes that may not be worth the price, Kuh appreciates the balance of creativity and tradition in the $1.5 million remake.
The menu plays with monkfish liver and sheep's liver.
Goin and chef de cuisine Lauren Herman even have flamenco dancers for their first big foray into Spanish tradition.
Josef Centeno will make his grandma's enchiladas and his mom's menudo.
The chef is introducing influences from Spain as he continues putting his own stamp on the menu.
Lazy Ox's Kevin Lee is endowing the restaurant with some new small plates.
Perfecto Rocher will take his place while the celebrated chef concentrates on Baco Mercat.
The Mozza maven shares her eye for talent.
A lunch of hits and misses confirms there's a lot to love at Josef Centeno's new casual spot.
The chef is expanding the concept to include a bäco soda even!
The L.A. Times goes crazy for Downtown's all-encompassing izakaya, while Jonathan Gold deals with Nathan McCall.
The winner of America's Next Great Restaurant sets up shop in the famous tourist district.
The chef's original creation, a combination taco, gyro, and pizza, will be showcased in several variations when it comes to Downtown.
The writer might next tackle the city's ice cream vendors.