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Sure even Vince Neil has a taco spot these days, but little compares to these chef-engineered examples.
The mall is quickly becoming a hub of fast-casual chef-driven concepts pulled from L.A.'s own talent pool.
The city's oldest food event found legends serving aside the hottest new restaurants.
Alain Giraud was the biggest cut-up of the evening, dancing with baguettes and kitchen utensils.
"I try to damage any healthy consumption with either tobacco or sugar."
Meanwhile, we find out where Manny Pacquiao goes for Thai food in Hollywood.
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.
"I'm very focused right now on taking care of myself, since I've spent 32 years in an office where I was not particularly taking that good care of myself."
Flavors both innovative and classically comforting marked this unique food and wine pairing at Downtown's Union Station.
New additions include Guisado's, Mas Malo, and La Sandia, while Guelaguetza will be missed.
An unusual delicacy is all the rage in New Zealand.
The rapper draws some furious critics, while many countries in The Caribbean consider growing their own.
Both Jimmy Shaw and Samir Mohajer's empires grow in different directions.
"I'm kind of an avocado fiend. They're like nature's butter."
"It’s really like whipping the potatoes again, so it’s almost like a truffled whipped potato."
Meanwhile, Loteria Hollywood will preview its restaurant week menu.
Jimmy Shaw says it's all about the chile morita, "the elegant cousin of chipotle."
Steven Arroyo previewed his forthcoming taco shop Esculea, among other surprises.
Is the young pop star headed for a Jeremy Piven-style health scare?