This week's roundup.
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Get ready for some "mildly obscure" food!
Finally, unicorn wristbands and crispy chicken in the same convenient location.
The former 'Top Chef' winner has not yet revealed the restaurant's exact location.
The chef's funny fake bio gets rejected but is too priceless not to print.
The L.A. Weekly critic writes, "for the first time, the most interesting places in Little Tokyo are not necessarily Japanese."
Of course, if you eat at The Gorbals and ink.sack, you'd already know the pleasures of this newly trendy ingredient.
The chef has added some new wood-fired dishes to the Neapolitan pie maker's menu.
Evan Funke took the day with Rustic Canyon's impeccable burger.
A strike is looming for Southern California's major grocery chains.
The site's a little anemic to start, but might have some potential if it gets enough heavies as users.
Funnier still, Eater seems to have bought it.
$100 tickets will be offered to one of the town's biggest tasting events for one night only next Friday.
The selections aren't really as strange as they sound, but they do reflect a lot about what L.A. is cooking and eating these days.
It might be the only event where Tacos Baja Ensenada and Vincenti share the same space.
Someone creates a Facebook page showing the Top Chef winner dancing at his dorkiest.
We have to thank Garrett Morris for starting the once cracky hotel on the long road to retribution.
Both Jimmy Shaw and Samir Mohajer's empires grow in different directions.
The chef super group is raising funds for St. Vincent's Meals on Wheels by each contributing one dish.
Susan Feniger, Ludo Lefebvre, Ilan Hall, and Nancy Silverton discuss Julia Child's ability to drink, Rick Bayless shilling for Burger King, and who really deserves to be a celebrity chef.