The kaiseki-inspired restaurant, which opened in January, has already landed on several critics' annual "best of" lists.
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The opening raises the enticing prospect of a return to Sona's clever, global intricacy.
Former Sona chef and future Top Chef contestant Kuniko Yagi will helm the kitchen.
The travel Section traces Steve Samson and Zach Pollack's path from Grace to Pico.
The Comme Ca chef cites his favorite street meat and macarons in The City of Lights.
The Joel Robuchon vet plans an homage to the recipes and flavors of Syria, Lebanon, Turkey, Israel, and Morocco in the former home of David Myer's Sona.
Is Gjelina without all eyes on your $700 yoga pants still going to be in-demand?
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.
The Latin menu will change to more market-driven Cali cuisine, while a few local restaurants will expand top the airport.
A menu encompassing several countries continues L.A.'s blossoming scene of modern Middle Eastern.
David Myers makes his first move overseas with two new restaurants in Japan.
His restaurant group spends $7.21 million on two spaces, possibly to bring his Michelin-starred Sona back.
How did David Myers' restaurant fall so far in the last nine months?
Two L.A. chefs take different sides of the sourcing-on-menus argument.
A one-night dinner will be one of SoCal's last opportunities to have Sona's chef de cuisine to itself.
The Comme Ca owner promises a new location of his flagship in 2011.
Married Sona alums bring Angus, sushi quality fish, and rare cuts.
L.A.'s rising talent in the kitchen and behind the concepts are named.
Chef Centeno is back with a new Downtown restaurant.