The gorgeous Trattoria Neapolis is reviewed by LA Weekly
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While Ray Romano ate Italian, L.A.'s food world heavyweights ran the private room.
Now that Wolfgang Puck has abandoned the idea, incredible rumors fly.
With L.A.'s primary squad of critics on vacation, we take a look at the other other critics.
The L.A. Weekly critic also takes a first bite at Ray's and declares Morningstar the current market menu master.
The L.A. Times calls Piccolo's more approachable branch authentic, while L.A. Weekly finds much to enjoy at John Rivera Sedlar's breezy new restaurant.
David Feau's cooking pries a third star from the tight fists of S. Irene Virbila, while Mr. Gold gets called out for his saltenas story.
L.A. Times gets in another dig at Fabio Viviani, while L.A. Weekly eats insects at a familiar favorite.
L.A. Weekly doubles down on Korean food, while L.A. Times approves of the work being done by Harutaka Kishi.
Los Angeles magazine puts Lazy Ox Canteen at the top of its list, while Capo vets do brisket and beef ribs just right in Van Nuys.
The new Sunset restaurant will please anybody, L.A. Times promises, while the shuttered Greek is praised for its food.
L.A. Times loves Alex Sarkissian and his menu, but can't stand the parking situation, while L.A. Weekly looks at Uyghur cuisine in San Gabriel.
Angeleno thinks a little work could turn Malibu's Savory into a citywide dining destination, while L.A. Weekly nails down the elusive Gary Robins.
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.
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.
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.
A pork chop doused in blood pudding rocks the L.A. Weekly, while L.A. Times review of a "good" hotel dining room makes us yawn.
Over 40 restaurants and three cooking show stars will hit Taste of Burbank.
The short-lived Bastide chef expresses his own personal vision in Point Dume, while L.A. Weekly drops five great tacos on readers.
The L.A. Times finds an old favorite is falling a little flat, while L.A. Weekly points us to some quality pigs.