The owner offers insight into his forthcoming projects with Nancy Silverton, Walter Manzke, and Neal Fraser.
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The Peruvian chef's new dishes include wagyu black truffle tiradito and milk-fed lamb with a miso-honey glaze.
Highlights include a Dali-inpisred dinner at Ink. and elk dishes at Josie.
Location revealed for Marina del Rey's, and maybe L.A.'s, most anticipated opening of 2013.
Spago's Sherry Yard is the event's head.
Pescetarians rejoice, Paiche is coming to Marina del Rey
Picca is so serene during a cooking demo.
Even Usain Bolt gets a drink named in his 'legendary' honor.
The chef divulges plans for an authentic place like you'd find on the streets of Lima.
Strapped with a decibel-reader, the two restaurants are found to reflect the same levels of "factory machinery at three feet."
In L.A., your options include frozen beer, cupcake, lamb offal, chicken skin, and even pig's blood set on a skewer.
The James Beard and Food & Wine-awarded lineup includes Matt Molina, Bryant Ng, and Ricardo Zarate.
The L.A. Times critic notes the same great food, new dis-enchantingly trendy space.
Nearly one-fifth of local diners complain that noise is our restaurants' biggest issue.
The chef's blend of camping food comfort and European recipes would make a perfect fit at the refresh of Clifton's Cafeteria.
After multiple criticisms from chefs, the paper will revel in the nuances of the writer rather than reduce them to simple rankings.
The owner has brought us Picca, Sotto, Short Order, Rivera, and Playa in the last three years alone.
The new Seventh Street location is sharp and expansive, with subtly cool accents like a graffiti burner screaming the restaurant's name.