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Flamenco shows, bunny sausage, Sicilian soup, and Thumper cocktails in local restaurant can turn this holiday into one you won't forget.
Attend Planned Parenthood's 34th annual Food Fare to taste over 90 LA-area restaurants.
In Orange County, Brad A. Johnson gives DivBar a sterling review, a day before the chef takes off.
Marzipan fruits from an order of silent nuns, natural wine from Mt. Etna, and 25 cooks in the kitchen marked the occasion.
This marks the chef's first dinner in L.A. in almost ten years.
The five-course menu will benefit Common Threads.
L.A.'s pizza plutocrats are falling over themselves to claim they started the trend.
Ching-He Huang's latest episode finds her in Monterey Park.
The expert, previously behind his own eponymous wine bar in Hollywood, will explore natural Italian wines in a tasting.
David LeFevre tells the magazine about his favorite places to eat, drink, and shop in L.A.
The chef's blend of camping food comfort and European recipes would make a perfect fit at the refresh of Clifton's Cafeteria.
The travel Section traces Steve Samson and Zach Pollack's path from Grace to Pico.
The chefs will make a Southern Italian feast using the tongue, liver, and legs.
After multiple criticisms from chefs, the paper will revel in the nuances of the writer rather than reduce them to simple rankings.
The owner has brought us Picca, Sotto, Short Order, Rivera, and Playa in the last three years alone.
The Mozza maven shares her eye for talent.
The chefs will duke it out over four savory courses and two desserts using U.S. lamb and sheep's milk.
Meanwhile, Los Angeles magazine offers a useful guide to the town's new beer and brats.
An early appearance will be made by the baked goods at Amy Pressman's Short Cake.