If celebrities were really looking for a low-profile, they'd avoid the Hollywood hot-spot and eat at Norm's.
The event began with a cooking demo by Julia Child.
The event at Lucques celebrates Hamilton's new book Blood, Bones, and Butter with a preparation of its titular ingredients.
Apparently, Vinnie Barbarino got the blessing to play The Teflon Don while dining in Santa Monica with his son.
The power-partner will appear on a three-hour panel featuring inspiring women at the top of their fields.
Los Angeles magazine puts Lazy Ox Canteen at the top of its list, while Capo vets do brisket and beef ribs just right in Van Nuys.
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The Luce chef shares her favorite L.A. restaurants while in town to preview Atelier Crenn.
Suzanne Goin says it was a "love of" Santa Barbara and its farmers markets and not just a business decision.
With help from David Lentz, Giada, and Jennifer Garner, the Lucques chef gathers her chef friends to fight cancer.
The Lucques chef created a menu for a performance-art installation.
All celebrity news pales in comparison to Michelle Obama coming to town.
25% of proceeds from restaurants like Luques and Jar will help provide meals for the debilitated.
National chefs are noted for their pledge to sustainable seafood.
Brentwood Country Mart sees a celebrity scrape in the parking lot while Suzanne Goin will cater the SAG Awards.
Local restaurants strengthen their commitment to sustainable seafood.
Bizarre Foods host Andrew Zimmern likes L.A. for live octopus and Lucques.
Suzanne Goin invited to open in New York, and respectfully declines.