One of the two Salt's Cure chefs regrets that, "It’s really too bad that our vision could not be executed within the confines of the current business arrangement."
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2013 is truly shaping up to be "the year of the taco."
For everyone who wonders what to pair with lasagna cupcakes.
Attend Planned Parenthood's 34th annual Food Fare to taste over 90 LA-area restaurants.
The critic finds the tiny new shop "at the heart of one of the strongest culinary movements in the country."
Pork belly served eight ways, Iberico raw and in ice cream, and crispy pig head croquettes await.
The Korean sausage truck opens its brick and mortar this Saturday.
Alain Giraud was the biggest cut-up of the evening, dancing with baguettes and kitchen utensils.
The Top Chef villain finds the best steak and spuds on earth at The Galley.
The L.A. Times boosts the new Patina restaurant at LACMA, while The L.A. Weekly eulogizes a dearly departed force.
Los Angeles magazine puts Lazy Ox Canteen at the top of its list, while Capo vets do brisket and beef ribs just right in Van Nuys.
A hungry reader responds to the critic's examination of anonymity with a story that finds him chatting with a chef and keeping the food delayed.
Jeff Cerciello's fries are cult-worthy, cries the L.A. Weekly, while Angeleno and L.A. Times are both sold on Scott Conant's $24 spaghetti.
L.A. Weekly talks about Tasting Kitchen, bacon-wrapped bacon, and duck carnitas one more time before 2011 arrives.
A look at five new favorites poised to please the city's cult of the other white meat.
A trend is building where restaurants are more than just restaurants, adding butchers, bakers, and bivalves.
Gold drops a few big names from his annual list of must-eats, while L.A. Times likes The Yard, but still gives it just one-and-a-half stars.
The blade experts and sustainable meat surgeons team together for a Butchery 101 class.