The chef's latest exploration of seafood spans time, region, and memory.
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What To Expect at David LeFevre's Fishing With Dynamite, Opening Later This Month in Manhattan Beach
David LeFevre's sister restaurant to MB Post features a raw bar and sections for "old school," "new school," and "no school" seafood dishes.
Overall, the list feels a little more West Coast savvy than year's past.
Green tea truffles, crawfish, sashimi, bonbons, uni linguine, and poolside cabanas are all available to Angelenos on Valentine's Day.
The chef finds himself having to explain the name of his new restaurant.
The seafood restaurant is going to be called "Fishing With Dynamite."
Highlights include a Dali-inpisred dinner at Ink. and elk dishes at Josie.
Spago's Sherry Yard is the event's head.
The co-owner also explains that he'd do another restaurant with M.B. Post's David LeFevre whenever the chef is ready.
The five-course menu will benefit Common Threads.
David LeFevre tells the magazine about his favorite places to eat, drink, and shop in L.A.
So far, seventeen restaurants (and a few L.A. Kings) are confirmed.
For some reason, David LeFevre's new guest-chef and guest-farmer series is called "Can You Dig It?"
The critic looks at the world's best dishes and L.A.'s best new restaurants.
The new morning menu is full of inside jokes and at least one Tebow reference.
Casa Azul officially open, Erewhon hoping to head points east.
A look back at one delicious year.
The chef's signature biscuits are available for $30 a dozen by pre-order pickup.
Expect David LeFevre's buttermilk bacon cheddar biscuits to provide a new angle on Eggs Benedict.
We'll be keeping on an eye on the llamas, in case Picca runs out of alpaca.