He finally seems to have a permanent gig down in L.A.
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The former Ubuntu chef gets three stars for his seasonal selections.
200 will be available at noon for one-day only, as the chef gets ready to close his porchetta truck.
The chef sounds confident he's finally found the right place.
With handmade pastas using ancient techniques, a porchetta spit, and wood-burning stove, who really needs a Rao's?
Rustic Canyon pastry chef Laurel Almerinda is hand-making Twix, fleur-de-sel Mounds, and peanut butter cups.
The five-course menu will benefit Common Threads.
Nearly one-fifth of local diners complain that noise is our restaurants' biggest issue.
"I love roasting things. Any time I'm making dinner and not going out, I'm roasting things."
The chef will return to L.A. after a trip to Spain to start his own projects.
One can never have too many restaurants in a two-mile radius, can one?
A chef and a restaurateur go on a burger crawl through L.A. What five top their list?
30 chefs were each united with a farmer to highlight peak produce in engaging small plates.
Evan Funke took the day with Rustic Canyon's impeccable burger.
There are five days of free events that, at the very least, could save you $75 at Rustic Canyon.
Having conquered burgers, seasonal menus, and artisan ice cream, the Santa Monica power couple plans to focus on pizzas.
Rare selections include the Oregon brewery's The Abyss 2010 and The Dissident.
The writer might next tackle the city's ice cream vendors.
"We always drink, like, waaay too much coffee and sometimes we go to 'the bad place' with it."
Four acclaimed burgers and truly top-tier ale could make for another weekly neighborhood institution.