The singer of "Margaritaville" didn't even order a margarita.
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The Rick Bayless-involved restaurant will open next year in Newport Beach.
The two are coming back to L.A. in early November.
A look into a world where Anthony Bourdain is actually Sid Vicious and Alice Waters plays Joni Mitchell.
Assessing the streety-ness of Bayless' new discounted offerings.
See the threats, exposed identities, accusations, and ejections fly.
The libation takes three high grade sipping tequilas and mashes them up with a bunch of stuff in a gold-rimmed cup.
Cora picks mom-friendly songs to be sure, but still passes our sound check.
The critic finally responds to the whole "timid" thing, and declares L.A. "a center of regional Mexican cooking."
The Chicago chef bungles an assessment of the Angeleno appetite... AGAIN!
The $22 tacos will probably piss purists off, but all heads should be cooler over Beluga-spiked roasted tomato Bloody Mary's.
Is this a real fight or just self-promotion?
Is Brown running from bad reviews? is Mahon running from Joe Pytka?
J. Gold Does Dan Dan Right at Chaun Yu Noodle Town; Wolfgang Zweiner Wastes L.A. Times' Time and Money
The intricacies of the Chinese noodles apparently "can tear families apart," while Wolfgang's Steakhouse get shredded by S. Irene Virbila.
"Pink Martini is a lot like I am -- they can sort of do anything," the chef boasts.
The critic isn't slamming Bayless, but thinks his L.A. consulting gig has fairly mixed results.
If you've missed the chef at Red O, you can catch him in the furniture department.
Susan Feniger, Ludo Lefebvre, Ilan Hall, and Nancy Silverton discuss Julia Child's ability to drink, Rick Bayless shilling for Burger King, and who really deserves to be a celebrity chef.