Meanwhile, Candy Spelling was suing the property that houses David Myers' stylish new restaurant.
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Spurred by the hospitality workers union, the characters urge the chef not to work with Hyatt.
The chef has gone to work at the Park Hyatt's Blue Duck Tavern.
We'll go for the discounted duck confit we adored under Sebastien Archambault.
The former Andaz sous chef is also from Southwest France, making him the closest approximation to Archambault at the moment.
In a huge coup for Thierry Perez, the French chef starts this Saturday and has a new menu coming on Monday
L.A. Weekly finds Puck's luxury sky-scraping restaurant hit or miss, while L.A. Times is content with The Redbury's trendy Hollywood scene.
The Hollywood chef will take over the Santa Barbara restaurant of the other for a few nights and "vice versa."
Sebastien Archambault will teach you how to cook hands-on for three hours to help you impress your food club/boss/in-laws/escorts.
The L.A. Weekly critic will pick one winner for 52 different restaurants gift-certificates to support The Virgina Project.
Sebastien Archambault will cook a five-course pre-fixe while Roni Stretch displays art work.
A monthly club pops up for vinyl and wine connoisseurs.
RH at Andaz embraces its headbanging heyday with an all-night happy hour called "Riot House Wednesdays."
Sebastien Archambault has a Julie and Julia menu for three days only.
Several popular restaurants are revealing their chef's passions with new dishes.
RH at Andaz introduces an appropriately-named new cocktail.
RH at Andaz hires Daniel Dulor as its new manager.
Esquire names four L.A. restaurants in their upcoming "Best New Restaurants" feature.
RH at Andaz pleases The L.A. Times, while Mo-Chica gets Saveur's seal of approval.