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Everything's available for takeout, too.
The pho-inflected gimlet is just one of a dozen or so new cocktails being served.
Obviously, the noodles are the main draw, but it's not going to be run-of-the-mill ramen.
Pho jerky is the first of hopefully many chefs collaborations to come.
The new pho joint reportedly makes a solid broth.
This time around getting a seat won't be quite as difficult.
For one night Puchowitz will dish up ramen, pho and other noodly wonders at Matyson.
The 24/7 noodle chain's flagship location debuts with new bakery.
Jason Travi's cooking has a ways to go, cries The L.A. Times, while L.A. Weekly finds itself in a Chinese poultry paradise.
It actually might have break the "bad puns equal bad pho" equation.
The 36th annual event will feature restaurants like Lawry's, Little Dom's, and Grill on the Alley, while a certain smoothie shop definitely won't make it.
Is 24-hour pho as off-putting as pho with puns?
An Arizona restaurant of the same name could take issue at sharing the pun.
Bricia and Fernando Lopez score with their sandwiches and Onil Chibas pleases Irene in Pasadena.
The L.A. Weekly will publish a new food issue this week.
Immigrant communities and dedicated diners top the critic's list.
A new caterer-on-wheels offers more than banh mi.
A chef returns to L.A. with her Vietnamese specialties.