The arts-obsessed chef will pay homage to his influential, departed restaurant 30 years after its opening.
Flavors both innovative and classically comforting marked this unique food and wine pairing at Downtown's Union Station.
The Playa and Rivera chef cooked up seven L.A. classics and one crazy cake to help celebrate the magazine's five decades.
Yep, deal sites are suddenly getting ethnically specific now.
Some of 2011's most anticipated projects will see their debut at the anti-hunger fund-raiser.
The chef says his marketing for Playa suffered from the program's shooting as well.
Jose Briceño is helping the company give out free tequila-infused tacos through Cinco de Mayo.
The photos might be the only thing you'll experience at this highly in-demand restaurant for awhile.
The Glutster shares a selection of top-tier Mexican restaurants feeling amorous his weekend.
Indian and French influences find their way into the chef's Latin small plates.
L.A. veteran chef John Rivera Sedlar pays tribute to the now-defunct culinary mag.
The chef is working towards a February 4th opening for his more casual pan-Latin concept.
Los Angeles magazine puts Lazy Ox Canteen at the top of its list, while Capo vets do brisket and beef ribs just right in Van Nuys.
The new restaurant boasts a huge tequila selection and three separate dining rooms. Sound familiar?
The Asian American social network delivers the rare blog of listicles that gets our city's dining scene sorta right.
The Wall Las Memorias Project pairs celeb awards with a powerhouse tasting.
After the food ran out, good company and great cocktails ruled a gorgeously rendered wing of Union Station.
A long list of new restaurants and classics are omitted as the Gray Lady "discovers" Downtown destination dining.
The L.A. Weekly critic will team up with Cedd Moses' 213 twice in the next month to get L.A. fed while benefiting a local non-profit.