L.A. Weekly finds Puck's luxury sky-scraping restaurant hit or miss, while L.A. Times is content with The Redbury's trendy Hollywood scene.
The L.A. Weekly asks for a moratorium on orb-shaped anatomy jokes.
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.
J. Gold Does Dan Dan Right at Chaun Yu Noodle Town; Wolfgang Zweiner Wastes L.A. Times' Time and Money
The intricacies of the Chinese noodles apparently "can tear families apart," while Wolfgang's Steakhouse get shredded by S. Irene Virbila.
The two will discuss food, pop culture, and their native L.A.
L.A. Weekly enjoys having Natura so close at hand, while The L.A. Times calls Michael Cimarusti's seafood some of the country's best.
The L.A. Weekly critic feels the T.V. chef is ruining everything Julia Child worked for.
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.
The L.A. Weekly critic sniffs out which restaurant the alleged assault started at, and finds soup dumplings used as a projectile weapon.
After the food ran out, good company and great cocktails ruled a gorgeously rendered wing of Union Station.
Cedd Moses' meticulously crafted cocktails will pair with nine tastings from some of L.A.'s best.
The short-lived Bastide chef expresses his own personal vision in Point Dume, while L.A. Weekly drops five great tacos on readers.
Gold also drops a walloping rumor about Guelaguetza's future in Palms.
The L.A. Times finds an old favorite is falling a little flat, while L.A. Weekly points us to some quality pigs.
The critic isn't slamming Bayless, but thinks his L.A. consulting gig has fairly mixed results.
The L.A. Weekly critic makes some premature preparations for his funeral, which definitely won't include C.J. Jacobson's pulled pork sliders.
Susan Feniger, Ludo Lefebvre, Ilan Hall, and Nancy Silverton discuss Julia Child's ability to drink, Rick Bayless shilling for Burger King, and who really deserves to be a celebrity chef.
The L.A. Weekly critic fights to save what's become a cultural icon.
Plus, where to catch S. Irene Virbila over lunch.
The L.A. Weekly critic will team up with Cedd Moses' 213 twice in the next month to get L.A. fed while benefiting a local non-profit.