Masterchef competitor Sharone Hakman will also offer an exploration of global barbecue at the Downtown restaurant.
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The Residency will host national guest chefs over dinner once a week, starting with the former Mezze owner and chef.
The restaurant hopes to relocate, while locked in a legal engagement with the construction zone next door.
The L.A. Weekly critic gives Micah Wexler the standing ovation he deserves.
"It was a pretty awesome night until my friend's cooler fell on me and I was soaked to the bone...I looked like I needed Depends."
The restaurant's new cocktail menu was designed by the sous chef, not some mixologist-for-hire.
Micah Wexler worries about the precedent being set, while Michael Voltaggio is excited for the challenge a ban may present.
Lunasia offers the Chinese breakfast marvels until 8:30 P.M.
The statewide ban comes in an era when L.A. chefs are getting ever more playful with the delicacy's versatility.
All things pork will once again be celebrated with five chefs and five heritage breed pigs.
The juice is on fire these days, as yet another fresh squeezery sets its sights on the Westside.
After multiple criticisms from chefs, the paper will revel in the nuances of the writer rather than reduce them to simple rankings.
Elsewhere, The L.A. Weekly critic uncovers tarte flambe and the best sushi in Pasadena.
The L.A. Weekly critic finds Westfield Culver City perfectly reflecting Los Angeles.
The critic looks at the world's best dishes and L.A.'s best new restaurants.
"I don't particularly like fries, which makes me a freak. I'm not grossed out by them, I just don't appreciate them the other way people do."
Free champagne, reasonable pre-fixe dinners, and cover-free parties are out there if you look closely.
Expect David LeFevre's buttermilk bacon cheddar biscuits to provide a new angle on Eggs Benedict.
Continuing on his recent foray into deli food, Micah Wexler adds chicken livers and brisket shawarma to his artistic arsenal of Middle Eastern dishes.
Wexler is making matzoh ball soup and pastrami sandwiches at his Middle Eastern restaurant.