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The former Il Covo has been illuminated and expanded to provide a recharged energy for Suzanne Goin's modern classic.
The Hobbit actor sits down at Suzanne Goin's restaurant for Vanity Fair.
Of course, this really isn't the first example of someone biting Suzanne Goin's famous dinner party.
Lettuce with green goddess dressing and chicken pot pie will be served at the chef's Sunday dinner series.
This Southern cult classic will be part of Suzanne Goin's one-night Tennessee-inspired menu.
Noisy restaurants: Love 'em or leave 'em?
A one-dollar surcharge for tap water at your favorite restaurant could provide a child with clean water for 40 days.
A big eatin' rap animal named Conor Knighton has been busy digging through menus for this track.
The event started as a culinary demo with Julia Child and stands as Planned Parenthood L.A.'s strongest fund-raiser today.
Amanda Chantal Bacon raises the bar for cold pressed juice with 100% organic ingredients and meticulously sourced suppliers.
The Bizarre Foods host cites Lucques' magical moment, while Goin tells it all to her high school newsletter.
The chef will sign books, while the sommelier pours two of her own wines.
The Lucques chef says "it's all about having your mise-en-place together."
The Philadelphia chef will cook four Italian dishes while signing his new book.
This one-off special will trail the couple as they prepare for a benefit for the Hollywood Farmers Market.
Battle-hardened kitchen vets Roxana Jullapat and Daniel Mattern will unite again at a new seasonal center from the owners of Barbrix.
The meal will adhere to tradition, while still being lead by the market.
Berkshire pigs, strawberry aguas frescas, and live bluegrass will introduce foodies to L.A.'s farm-fresh country scene in the Malibu hills.
Some of 2011's most anticipated projects will see their debut at the anti-hunger fund-raiser.