Jon Hamm was long a waiter there, while Susan Feniger's nephew is also on the show.
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A look at nine terrific restaurants offering bar deals and special snacks for the big game.
Sometimes, depending on what makes the menu, free or cheap food just isn't worth the hassle.
The critic makes his Dickensian debut. Can he possibly restrain himself for asking for "more?"
The critic will appear in a local production of A Christmas Carol.
"We haven't had turkey for many years now, but that's a long story."
After leaving Mucho Ultima after a few months, the chef comes back to a company he worked for almost 20 years ago.
The event celebrates Asian cooking by Asian-American chefs, with a hearty helping of local talent in the mix.
Two home chefs will be picked to join Ben Ford and Susan Feniger in a Chopped-style cooking contest.
The project collects 83 recipes from the chef's world travels.
The critic discusses his family's religion by way of L.A.'s delis, with help from some famous friends.
The chef is going back to work with Steven Arroyo, leaving his former Hollywood employer to find its third chef in little over a year.
Chef Kajsa Alger says, "I am semi-obsessed with the [escape] story."
A look into a world where Anthony Bourdain is actually Sid Vicious and Alice Waters plays Joni Mitchell.
The even has come under fire from the Department of Alcohol Beverage Control.
The comedian collapsed at a Texas bar shortly before his show.
A new day has dawned at The L.A. Times, but it may be hard to tell given the ground our critics retread.
The chef will leave no stone unturned as they veer from Indian potato bhujia and baseball steak to duck curry and sauteed halibut cheeks.
The duo's original restaurant took its influences from all over the world, so expect anything from soba to brisket to Thai salads.
The red-headed chef will put his pen to your copy of Molto Mario next week.