The critic pens a swan song for L.A. Weekly on the city's densest, arguably greatest dining district.
Prepare to get loaded, as you'll drain your glass every time an actor "claims that they haven't even prepared a speech."
Six tipsy strangers at Pasadena's Haven Gastropub weigh in on the coveted beer's hype and offer their opinion on the final results.
Over 200 people will get their chance to taste the coveted triple IPA this Monday.
Silver Lake Farms will provide the produce, while the Market will add a few products.
The L.A. Weekly critic calls it, "the most ambitious Chinese restaurant to open in Los Angeles in a decade — maybe ever..."
Elsewhere, The L.A. Weekly critic uncovers tarte flambe and the best sushi in Pasadena.
A 1960 sit-in at a North Carolina diner may have started an avalanche of civil rights protest.
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine is targeting television's most outspoken food revolutionary.
The chef comes from such notable restaurants as Marche Moderne and Studio at Montage.
Over 20 restaurants, including Middle Eastern and Sushi spots, will come up with special recipes of their own.
The former member of Tony Bourdain's Kitchen Confidential crew is picking up his knives after a ten year hiatus.
Drinks employ edible ash and even an edible cigarette to bring back a different kind of holiday memory.
Now with more beer. A LOT more beer!
Five dollar buys access to over 50 hand-crafting vendors, cooking demos, samples, and the resurfacing of the Altadena Farmers Market.
The Tasting Kitchen chef reveals what he's looking to bring into his Venice restaurant.
The new location includes a brewery, if the gastropub's 52 taps and 100-strong bottle list don't do it for you.
Phil Lee oversees an eclectic menu of global small plates in a room that looks like someone shrunk Bottega Louie.
Louis Kim's crazy-herbs Korean-Italian hybrid is now serving the 90210.
The restaurant celebrates its first year with deals and a contest.