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Puck "became this city's essential chef because forward is the only direction he moves in," writes the critic.
Despite a few dishes that may not be worth the price, Kuh appreciates the balance of creativity and tradition in the $1.5 million remake.
J. Gold suggests getting there now before Adam Fleischman's pizza project becomes as ubiquitous as Starbucks.
Meanwhile, Los Angeles magazine offers a useful guide to the town's new beer and brats.
And S. Irene Virbila loves having dinner at Farmshop, even if the tables are looking a little bare.
The L.A. Times critic goes high-end while scoping out the city's best golden bird.
The L.A. Weekly discourses on Korean blood sausage and digestifs, while Patrick Kuh sums up his experience at Tim Goodell's new restaurant.
L.A. Weekly turns an attempted April Fool's day joke into its next big review.
While Jonathan Gold's high school friends were at IHOP, he was taking the bus to Chinatown.
A guide sure to please pros and those who can't tell a taco from a tamale hits the newsstand.
Los Angeles magazine finds more missteps than successes at Red O, while L.A. Weekly follows a restaurant recommendation from Roy Choi.
Meanwhile, S. Irene Virbila lets WP24's awesome views and menu distract her from the contemporary pop music.
Patrick Kuh wins best restaurant and dining critic at the National City and Regional Magazine Awards.
A terrific mid-day meal issue is published, with just one problem.
L.A. Weekly puts the fork down for the week and L.A. Mag might miss the old Hatfield's but love the new food.
Mark Peel, Gordon Ramsay, and Suzanne Tracht sound off on L.A.'s lack of accolades and involvement in the James Beard Awards.
L.A. finds only a few nominees on the James Beard Award finalist list.
It's time for Los Angeles to expand its coverage of eating in L.A.