The Chez Panisse legend is pushing a petition to her peers.
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This marks the chef's first dinner in L.A. in almost ten years.
Pastry chef Karen Hatfield expands her bakery selection with quinoa muffins and salted caramel pecan babkas.
The restaurant plans to serve Stumptown coffee, breakfast, and baked goods.
Current chef de cuisine Brian Best is leaving to help open the couple's Sycamore Kitchen.
Both Time and The L.A. Times want you to save your money on lessons and get started with a job already.
The new restaurant will focus primarily on baked goods and coffee.
Faced with impending doom, two L.A. chefs are smart enough to shout out the loves of their lives.
The chef is also a gold medal-winning bike sprinter.
Angeleno handed out restaurant awards to their picks of the year's best toques.
Laurent Quenioux, Quinn Hatfield, and Walter Manzke will demo eats for the crowd, with help from Santa Monica Farmer's Market vendors.
Pre-fixes and lobster clubs are coming from Quinn Hatfield.
New dishes and menus are added in twice the space.
Reservations are being taken for the opening night.
The married chef duo discusses what L.A. can expect from a reopening.
Chefs united live and online to launch Restaurant Week.
2010's most anticipated opening has a month's delay.
Karen and Quinn Hatfield have some fun online.
L.A. chefs tell us what their favorite candy is to eat and pass out.