"No one deserves to be treated like that. Restaurants should affirm our humanity, not deny it," tweets chef Daniel Patterson.
Red Medicine unveils photos of what they claim is the anonymous L.A. Times critic, after kicking her out.
L.A. Times is charmed by the rustic approach of the Italian cheese and wine restaurant, while L.A. Weekly loves the "shotgun wedding" of Mexican and European cooking.
The chef's recipe book is the fastest selling non-fiction book is history, while drinkers set-up their own safe-havens back at home.
While Jonathan Gold's high school friends were at IHOP, he was taking the bus to Chinatown.
L.A. Times loves Alex Sarkissian and his menu, but can't stand the parking situation, while L.A. Weekly looks at Uyghur cuisine in San Gabriel.
Angeleno thinks a little work could turn Malibu's Savory into a citywide dining destination, while L.A. Weekly nails down the elusive Gary Robins.
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.
Fabio Viviani and Wolfgang Puck might have let her get away with worse, but tried-and-true customers of a Santa Monica legend will not stand for their dive to be "dissed."
Gold drops a few big names from his annual list of must-eats, while L.A. Times likes The Yard, but still gives it just one-and-a-half stars.
J. Gold Does Dan Dan Right at Chaun Yu Noodle Town; Wolfgang Zweiner Wastes L.A. Times' Time and Money
The intricacies of the Chinese noodles apparently "can tear families apart," while Wolfgang's Steakhouse get shredded by S. Irene Virbila.
L.A. Weekly enjoys having Natura so close at hand, while The L.A. Times calls Michael Cimarusti's seafood some of the country's best.
Obika does well with L.A. Times, but has a bread situation it can't seem to solve, while Javier Plascencia's appearance on Pico gets a hero's welcome from L.A. Weekly.
A pork chop doused in blood pudding rocks the L.A. Weekly, while L.A. Times review of a "good" hotel dining room makes us yawn.
The short-lived Bastide chef expresses his own personal vision in Point Dume, while L.A. Weekly drops five great tacos on readers.
Gold also drops a walloping rumor about Guelaguetza's future in Palms.
The L.A. Times finds an old favorite is falling a little flat, while L.A. Weekly points us to some quality pigs.
The L.A. Weekly critic makes some premature preparations for his funeral, which definitely won't include C.J. Jacobson's pulled pork sliders.
Plus, where to catch S. Irene Virbila over lunch.
Los Angeles magazine finds more missteps than successes at Red O, while L.A. Weekly follows a restaurant recommendation from Roy Choi.