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First Look Into The Space, Food, Drinks, and Menus at Ricardo Zarate's Paiche, Opening April 2 in Marina Del Rey
Ricardo Zarate's third restaurant revels in Japanese influences found in Peruvian cooking and culture.
A lottery will allow several guests into a sneak peak the Friday before it opens.
The restaurant is unofficially dedicated to Amazonian efforts to preserve native species.
The beloved Baja taco maker is gone until further notice.
The chef has refined the concept from a cevicheria to a Japanese Izakaya.
The Peruvian chef's new concept is in full construction mode in the land of chain restaurants.
Ricardo Zarate and Josiah Citrin unleash four courses of urchin on Downtown.
Morning mash-ups of Peruvian and North American flavors.
Location revealed for Marina del Rey's, and maybe L.A.'s, most anticipated opening of 2013.
Pescetarians rejoice, Paiche is coming to Marina del Rey
Picca is so serene during a cooking demo.
Even Usain Bolt gets a drink named in his 'legendary' honor.
The chef divulges plans for an authentic place like you'd find on the streets of Lima.
The James Beard and Food & Wine-awarded lineup includes Matt Molina, Bryant Ng, and Ricardo Zarate.
The L.A. Times critic notes the same great food, new dis-enchantingly trendy space.
The event finds chefs from Baja added to the solid lineup of over 100 vendors.
The menu will feature a few favorites and a lot of new stuff like chicken blood pudding with
The new Seventh Street location is sharp and expansive, with subtly cool accents like a graffiti burner screaming the restaurant's name.
Ricardo Zarate serves up six dishes, starting with chicken butt a la brasa!