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Plus: Immaculate Infatuation expands to San Francisco, and more, in today's Leftovers.
Alice Waters, Anne Sophie-Pic, and plenty of others.
This will be the restaurant's third location prior to an opening at LAX this summer.
The two chefs are hoping to provide a sustainable school lunch model for Larchmont Charter and other L.A. learning institutions.
As in prior years, the same old names enjoy The Foundation's limited love for L.A.
Lunch-only dishes include focaccia sandwiches and grilled market fish with feta yogurt.
Overall, the list feels a little more West Coast savvy than year's past.
The former Il Covo has been illuminated and expanded to provide a recharged energy for Suzanne Goin's modern classic.
New additions include family-style plates, seasonal cocktails, and a garden of edible plants and herbs.
The restaurant's original location is dashing plans to shutter with the new year.
"Big" Dave won't reveal his secret recipe, but it's clearly not from Farmland at this price.
The recently hired British chef will prepare four courses of Italian seafood dishes.
The chef's credits include positions at Il Grano and La Botte.
Caroline Styne and Suzanne Goin look forward to a full bar, private event capacity, and wood-burning oven in this enchanting, legendary space.
When an event is organized by a chef like Goin, you can expect the best, and as always, her benefit delivered.
Grab a sneak peek at the auction items coming to this Saturday's L.A. Loves Alex's Lemonade.
The day provides a great chance to catch up with out-of-town chefs like Marc Vetri and April Bloomfield, while supporting a great cause.
Suzanne Goin's new prix fixe includes three sliders and three glasses of Champagne for $30.
Chefs Suzanne Tracht, Suzanne Goin, and Jean Paul Bosc feel a kinship with the great cook.