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A few key players appear to be missing, but we'll still take this as good news.
Owner Andrew Chiu says it may even be "better" than L.A.'s Chinese capital, and SinoSoul chimes in.
It may not exactly be "cooler" at any point of the year, but the sushi is pristine.
Here's hoping the Baco Mercat chef three-peats in 2017.
Eating in L.A. is almost as much about the journey as it is about the destination.
The new critic says L.A. is obsessed with authenticity and pinpointing the "best."
Food & Wine thinks so, at least.
Owner Lou Amdur will hand over the keys to his Hollywood wine bar next Wednesday.
The 60-year-old donut shop is like a preserved slice of vintage L.A.
Putting Red O at the top of its "Best Mexican" list and giving Loteria two spaces makes the publication strike out on L.A.'s favorite food.
The Malibu restaurant even gets credit for innovating fish tacos!
Concerned that its latest commercial encourages eating disorders, activists force the yogurt giant's hand.
KevinEats, the Delicious Life, and Joy the Baker all earn nominations for their esteemed food-bloggery.
The city has over sixteen restaurants run by past winners of Food & Wine's "Best new Chef" award.
Researchers discover a possible health benefit for treating type two diabetes in your bottle of Cabernet.
We put Voltaggio's Ink, Animal's next project, Nancy Silverton burgers, and the rebirth of Grace way higher than a new Rosa Mexicano.
Dannon Settles Exaggerated Claims Dispute for $21 Million; Former Google Chefs Launch Catering Business
The yogurt giant makes claims it can't back up, while the software giant apparently had some great free lunches.
Sounds like someone needs to take Adam Richman to Comme Ca or Golden State stat.
A list of L.A.'s best pies loses focus while omitting some great bakeries.