Grub Street sat down with David Gelb to talk about how Chef's Table will differ from other food programs.
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Nathan Odom makes a mean tea tart.
Also, he's now spending more on haircuts.
Come on, shake your body, Paula, do the conga.
Not that plenty of Chicago spots haven't already invited Guy Fieri in to taste something with his fingers and go "Mmm! Now that's what I'm talkin' about!," but this month will feature the triple-D debut of five different comfort-foody Chicago...
Fraiche Santa Monica could use a boost, but it might not come from this recent "Curbed Your Enthusiasm."
Bobbly Flay isn't an L.A. restaurant owner, but he plays one on TV.