Michael Cimarusti's contemporary clam shack will have 140 seats in West Hollywood.
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The chef behind one of L.A.'s most expensive restaurants sees an informed young audience building for fine-dining.
When an event is organized by a chef like Goin, you can expect the best, and as always, her benefit delivered.
"I stopped at Chick-fil-A. Yeah, controversial, I know. When I'm traveling, I crave things I don't normally eat."
The chefs are collaborating on a five-course seafood and pork dinner.
Michael Cimarusti is cooking up a subdued surprise on his menu.
Also, alums Michael Gaines and Charlie Parker will be returning too.
Michael Cimarusti is currently reviewing bids for the build-out.
Maybe 100 foie gras-loving chefs can be wrong.
On May 14, chefs like Michael Voltaggio, Ludo Lefebvre, and Doug Kean will each join with restaurants like Melisse and Animal to whip up competing foie gras dishes.
The collaboration dinner series also now includes Michael Voltaggio and Rory Herrmann.
The chef plans to make the kind of easy seafood recipes he ate growing up in Rhode Island.
The British chef joins a legacy that includes Michael Cimarusti and Devid LeFevre.
Still, one wonders if the months-long chef search is a factor here.
The domestic diva makes a dirty joke comparing sausages with condoms.
Great chefs from afar joined L.A.'s kitchen heroes, along with celebs like Jimmy Kimmel, Timothy Olyphant, and Neil Patrick Harris.
"There's something about eating a burger in Southern California that makes me feel like I'm in Happy Days in the fifties or something."
In addition to L.A. heroes and chefs we've come to know from AWFF, we were happy to see Graham Elliott, Daniel Boulud, Lydia Shire, and Hubert Keller in town for a change.
Get ready for the Michelin stars to collide over six courses at Addison.