Feau, who recently closed The Royce in Pasadena, will team up with The Oinkster chef-owner and former L'Orangerie sous chef Ressul Rassallat.
The chef will offer a $50 five-course menu using offal and an arrangement of classic ingredients served in new ways.
The offerings come from a global mash-up of progressive, natural wine-makers.
The bartender and chef have a most curious menu that begins on breakfast and ends on bone marrow, with mug wort, beer air, and fresh grass as ingredients.
It appears the chef is trading places with Jeremy Fox.
If you’re really craving nachos, eggs, and bacon at midnight, we’re just impressed you got off the couch.
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The two chefs are exploring high-end breakfast foods at Eat.Drink.Americano.
Dishes include banana-dulce de leche trifle and uni with lapsang souchong gelee.
The Italian pop-up will serve dinner out of La Petite Creperie.
The Melisse chef constructed a seafood-heavy menu of small plates, sandwiches, and vegetarian garnishes.
The chef's seasonal approach embraces Mediterranean influences and California ingredients.
Five days in and Josef Centeno's tribute to Tex-Mex home-cooking is slammed.
Dishes include Mao's maize cakes and pork pibil potstickers.
The supoer-seasonal restaurants stems from chef Whitney Flood's Bon Melange Catering.
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There are still 20 to 30 seats available for the seven-course super-chef collaboration.
The evening kicks off the Venice restaurant's guest-chef series.
One seeks a more California feel, the other to become The Westside's premiere seafood destination.
Downtown sizable L.A.'s new Italian wants to be known for chef Ori Menashe's house-cured salumi, wood-roasted Neapolitan, and hand-made pasta.
Morning mash-ups of Peruvian and North American flavors.
Guest chefs include Celestino Drago and Sotto's Steve Samson.