"Not sure why they would try and publicly embarrass me in this difficult time for me and my family."
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The vengeful co-owner is now naming names who don't make their reservations.
Bizarre Foods Host Andrew Zimmern Hunts Grunions in Venice, Forages With Jordan Kahn in Topanga Canyon
"One of the true dirty secrets in this business is that people like me end up eating a lot of bagels in talk show green rooms."
Highlights include a Dali-inpisred dinner at Ink. and elk dishes at Josie.
The filmmakers may include Nikki Nakayama and Paul Shoemaker in future projects.
It's like the Lollapalooza of L.A. Chefs.
"It was a pretty awesome night until my friend's cooler fell on me and I was soaked to the bone...I looked like I needed Depends."
See the threats, exposed identities, accusations, and ejections fly.
Was it a date, business, or just a little flirtation between the two young stars?
The L.A. Weekly critic calls it, "the most ambitious Chinese restaurant to open in Los Angeles in a decade — maybe ever..."
The co-owner admits the restaurant might have not been review-ready anyway.
Elsewhere, Jonathan Gold targets Bryant Ng's Spice Table as the bulls-eye of L.A.'s coherent new dining scene.
A look back at one delicious year.
Rarely have we seen the East Coast nail L.A. so correctly.
A strike is looming for Southern California's major grocery chains.
Despite a slow start, the event proved itself to again be one of the city's best in terms of dishes.
The former Petrossian chef goes into catering, though we can't imagine he won't return to restaurants.
The chef simply had his feelings hurt by a bad review of XIV, as was long suspected.
The new menus go heavy on rum, tequila, mezcal, and literary references.