Discounts will mark May, like a ten-dollar plate of duck shawarma and 50% off bottles of wine.
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The magazine releases its first issue on L.A.'s low-cost dining scene in three years.
Alain Giraud was the biggest cut-up of the evening, dancing with baguettes and kitchen utensils.
There's a new shakshouka on the scene.
"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."
The Saban Free Clinic drops its foodie fundraiser for the 14th straight year.
Proceeds go to Japan earthquake and Southern U.S. storm relief.
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.
We help you score a deep discount to dining with over 30 chefs and 34 beverage suppliers.
A menu encompassing several countries continues L.A.'s blossoming scene of modern Middle Eastern.
The short-lived Bastide chef expresses his own personal vision in Point Dume, while L.A. Weekly drops five great tacos on readers.
A truly local crowd mingled with celebrities, star chefs, and food-obsessives, only losing their appetites when The Kardashian Family was given the key to the city.
Chruch & State's new chef is worth visiting, and Mr. Gold shows his true feelings for chain restaurants.
Exec chef Matt Carpenter helps update the cuisine of the Eastern Mediterranean.