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The experimental guest-chef concept has a solid lineup this week.
Ori Menashe's menu includes whole suckling pig and burnt flour casarecce.
This marks the chef's first dinner in L.A. in almost ten years.
The new Seventh Street location is sharp and expansive, with subtly cool accents like a graffiti burner screaming the restaurant's name.
The centerpiece of dinner will be Ricardo Zarate and Choi's short ribs with pineapple aji amarillo.
Roy Choi, Nancy Silverton, Walter Manzke, and David Lefebvre are coming back to cook for the pop-ups's one-year anniversary.
Ricardo Zarate follows up his mini-mall food stand with a contemporary space of reclaimed woods and natural materials in Beverly Hills.
An online component is promised for L.A.'s red-hot pop-up, while a new website is asking people to sign up for a "first taste."
The chef super group is raising funds for St. Vincent's Meals on Wheels by each contributing one dish.
Ricardo Zarate, Steve Samson, Zach Pollack, and Julian Cox all have designs on the building, which could become a mini-mall of upscale dining.
The Luce chef shares her favorite L.A. restaurants while in town to preview Atelier Crenn.
If the restaurant drew a crowd at South Central's Mercado Paloma, it should be a success neighboring SugarFish and Bottega Louie.
The days are numbered for L.A.'s pop-up phenomenon, but a great line-up is providing its swan song.
The winner of Food & Wine's "Best Chef of 2000" gives a sneak peak into his test recipes for 2011's new project.
The chef might be hinting at what a solo project looks like at a Test Kitchen dinner.
The locavore chef claims L.A. has the same "sunny climate as the coast of Algeria."
The news bodes well for L.A.'s Mexican cuisine to start catching up with the creativity found down south.
Fraser's five-course menu features steelhead tartare and dessert with candied rose petals.
Obika does well with L.A. Times, but has a bread situation it can't seem to solve, while Javier Plascencia's appearance on Pico gets a hero's welcome from L.A. Weekly.