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The so-called "coolest street in America" may be losing the same places that made it cool.
After Jeremy Fox fled, the restaurant got back on its feet with Tasting Kitchen chef Jesse Barber.
Highlights include a Dali-inpisred dinner at Ink. and elk dishes at Josie.
Jesse Barber, Previous of Tasting Kitchen Venice, Finds a New job at Barnyard
These are the secret servings your favorite restaurant just might be keeping from you.
The menu at this Southern-slanted British gastro-pub appears to be more eccentric than the chef's straight-forward perfect cooking at Tasting Kitchen.
Food & Wine thinks so, at least.
The chef is already excited to show diners his way with rotisserie octopus.
Gordo will open a new concept inside of Sin City's Paris Hotel.
The Tasting Kitchen chef reveals what he's looking to bring into his Venice restaurant.
The critic recalls Nancy Silverton's bacon burger exploding "like a meat grenade the instant it is breached by human teeth."
Bartenders from Hal's , Tasting Kitchen, and Joe's will face-off following The Taste of Abbot Kinney.
Reservations for this pop-up, er, guest-chef series, are still available but going fast.
Lots of pop-stars dining in L.A. this week. Could they be clues to Coachella's secret sets?
L.A. Weekly talks about Tasting Kitchen, bacon-wrapped bacon, and duck carnitas one more time before 2011 arrives.
Rain and a lack of food marred the event somewhat, though the street's best restaurants performed in expected high-fashion.