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  1. Slideshow
    First Look Into The Space, Food, Drinks, and Menus at Ricardo Zarate’s Paiche,Ricardo Zarate’s third restaurant revels in Japanese influences found in Peruvian cooking and culture.
  2. Slideshows
    A Look Into Ricardo Zarate’s Sketchbook For PaicheThe Peruvian chef’s new dishes include wagyu black truffle tiradito and milk-fed lamb with a miso-honey glaze.
  3. Awards
    BierBeisl, Tar & Roses, and Josef Centeno Top The List of Local James BeardOverall, the list feels a little more West Coast savvy than year’s past.
  4. Video Feed
    Watch Ricardo Zarate Break Down PaicheThe chef has refined the concept from a cevicheria to a Japanese Izakaya.
  5. Slideshow
    What You Missed at Mo-Chica’s ‘Ceviche Nights’ Uni DinnerRicardo Zarate and Josiah Citrin unleash four courses of urchin on Downtown.
  6. Mixocalypse
    Matt Biancaniello Peeks In on Mo-Chica’s Ceviche NightMiss Matt’s Cocktails at the Library Bar? Find him at Mo-Chica on Sunday December 9.
  7. Paiche
    Ricardo Zarate Previews Paiche With Josiah Citrin, Bryant Ng, and KrisThe Mo-Chica maestro will be joined by famous friends for an uni night and six variations on ceviche.
  8. Let's Do Brunch
    What to Eat For Sunday Brunch at Mo-Chica, Starting November 18Morning mash-ups of Peruvian and North American flavors.
  9. The Happiest Hours on Earth
    Mo-Chica Offers 30 Minute Happy Hour Through NovemberAll food and drink will be 30% off, as long as you’re watching the clock.
  10. Cheers!
    New York Post Nails L.A.Well, at least better than the Wall Street Journals’ best efforts.
  11. Empire Building
    Ricardo Zarate Planning Paiche, A Westside CevicheriaThe chef divulges plans for an authentic place like you’d find on the streets of Lima.
  12. The Other Critics
    Industriel Grates on Gold’s Nerves; Scattergood Stoked on Avalon GrilleThe L.A. Weekly editor susses out Catalina’s “most ambitious restaurant.”
  13. The Other Critics
    Gold Beholds Ricardo Zarate’s New Stage at Mo-ChicaThe L.A. Times critic notes the same great food, new dis-enchantingly trendy space.
  14. Slideshows
    What You Missed at Taste of the Nation L.A.With a shared mission, L.A.’s chefs raised the stakes for great dishes at tasting events.
  15. Reopenings
    Mo-Chica Closing Tomorrow at Mercado La Paloma, Rising Next Week on 7th StreetThe menu will feature a few favorites and a lot of new stuff like chicken blood pudding with
  16. Closings
    Osaka Flees The Walk of FameOwner Adolfo Suaya cites major size issues.
  17. Slideshows
    First Look into Mo-Chica’s New Downtown Digs, Opening in MarchThe new Seventh Street location is sharp and expansive, with subtly cool accents like a graffiti burner screaming the restaurant’s name.
  18. Slideshows
    What Picca Served at Its ‘Mystery Meat Dinner’ Last NightRicardo Zarate serves up six dishes, starting with chicken butt a la brasa!
  19. The Other Critics
    Gold Picks Picca, But Casts Out the Causa; Burum Finds Afghan ExpressGold loves Zarate’s new spot, but feels the few mistakes should not occur at a restaurant of this caliber.
  20. Zarate Chops
    Picca Opens Up Its Mezzanine for Zarate’s $25 TreatA funky new nook of cow hide ottomans comes with a great late-night deal on causa and anticucho.
  21. Slideshow
    First Peek Into Picca: Anticucho and AllRicardo Zarate follows up his mini-mall food stand with a contemporary space of reclaimed woods and natural materials in Beverly Hills.
  22. Openings
    Picca’s Official Opening Set for June 25thAcclaimed chef Ricardo Zarate is bringing upscale Peruvian to Beverly Hills in a marked change of direction from his Downtown stand Mo-Chica.
  23. Look Who's Popping Up
    Zarate and Reznik Collaborate on Sushi Omakase at La SeineIt will cost a pretty penny to watch Zarate cook Kosher cuisine, but if you can afford it, this should be the hottest ticket in town next week.
  24. Menus
    An Early Peek at Picca’s MenuBeef hearts, ceviches, and duck confit in black beer come together at Ricardo Zarate’s heavily anticipated new restaurant.
  25. Neighborhood Watch
    Soul Daddy Comes to Hollywod; Jason Michaud Plans Peruvian Chimu in DowntownThe winner of America’s Next Great Restaurant sets up shop in the famous tourist district.
  26. Zarate Chops
    Ricardo Zarate Can’t Stop Winning ThingsThe chef, already having a killer 2011, beats out former grilled cheese champ Eric Greenspan, among other professional peers.
  27. Look Who's Popping Up
    It’s Not a Fight: Fraiche Teams Chefs Up For Rustic MondaysBenjamin Bailly and Ricardo Zarate prepare to cook side-by-side this month.
  28. The Other Critics
    San Francisco Lights Virbila’s Fire; Gold Finds Figs on PlatesL.A. Weekly turns an attempted April Fool’s day joke into its next big review.
  29. Zarate Chops
    Coca-Cola Catches The Zarate WaveThe Mo-Chica chef becomes the Peruvian face for the legendary soda’s new ad campaign.
  30. Foodies With Benefits
    Prior To Picca, One More Big Party at Mo-ChicaRicardo Zarate busts out a greatest hits tasting menu to aid Japan.
  31. Awards
    Zarate Chops The Competition To Become The People’s Best New ChefFood and Wine releases the results of its “People’s Best New Chef Award” in the Pacific region.
  32. Mediavore
    LL Cool J Battles Banana Pudding; Four L.A. Chefs Nominated by Food &The rapper admits he has a weakness for junk food.
  33. Zarate Chops
    Ricardo Zarate Plans to Pack Up Mo-Chica For A Move to Downtown’s Restaurant RowIf the restaurant drew a crowd at South Central’s Mercado Paloma, it should be a success neighboring SugarFish and Bottega Louie.
  34. Foodievents
    Celebrity Sous Chefs Hit Plate-By-Plate This WeekendAziz Ansari and Debbie Lee will join Asian-American celebrities in cooking with notable L.A. restaurants.
  35. Foodies with Benefits
    Local Restaurants Stand Against TortureMo-Chica, Good Girl Dinette, Pink’s, and Chichen Itza are among the participants.
  36. Zarate Chops
    Ricardo Zarate Leaves Wabi Sabi And Puts Moche on Hold For AnticuchoThe chef also hopes to put the Mo-Chica model into Whole Foods.
  37. Zarate Chops
    Mo-Chica’s Ricardo Zarate Seeks Investors for Moche RestaurantThe Peruvian master chef plans an elegant restaurant near L.A. Live! in Downtown.
  38. Superlatives
    Los Angeles Details ‘10 Delicious Debuts’ That You Already Know AboutIt’s time for Los Angeles to expand its coverage of eating in L.A.
  39. Superlatives
    What Does Jonathan Gold Want You to Try Before You Die?The L.A. Weekly will publish a new food issue this week.
  40. Slideshows
    Slideshow: Ricardo Zarate Brings Peru to Century CityMo-Chica’s celebrated ceviche and recipes come to BreadBar for one night.
  41. Foodievents
    LudoBites Returns for Jonathan Gold’s Food EventAfter last year’s debacle, will foodies part with their cash?
  42. Zarate Chops
    Mo-Chica Magician Ricardo Zarate Hatches His Own Hatchi DinnerA night of Peruvian food is planned at BreadBar.
  43. Zarate Chops
    Mo-Chica’s Ricardo Zarate Delivers A Baby GirlWabi-Sabi and Mo-Chica’s chef announces a birth in the family.
  44. The Other Critics
    Irene Loves Eva; Gold Reveals KiyokawaEva scores with The L.A. Times and L.A. Weekly finds a low-key sushi master.
  45. The Other Critics
    J Gold Admires Bistro LQ’s Man of Mystery; Los Angeles Loves Mo-ChicaBistro LQ’s chef is mysterious, while Los Angeles doesn’t want to lose Mo-Chica.
  46. Openings
    Santa Monica BreadBar Opens with New Hatchi SeriesBreadBar pops up with a new concept to showcase local chefs.
  47. Lists
    Los Angeles Releases Its Food Lover’s GuideLos Angeles magazine drops a new food issue.
  48. User's Guide
    User’s Guide: Where to Eat Near U.S.C.These recently opened restaurants are perfect for new and returning Trojans.
  49. The Other Critics
    RH at Andaz Surprises The L.A. Times; Saveur Loves Mo-ChicaRH at Andaz pleases The L.A. Times, while Mo-Chica gets Saveur’s seal of approval.
  50. The Other Critics
    Chili John’s August Re-opening Tradition; Mo-Chica the Star of Paloma MarketJ. Gold revisits a Burbank tradition and Mo-Chica revitalizes Mercado Paloma.
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