Exciting spots that go far beyond bread, cheese, and oaky Chardonnay.
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A narrow slip of a lunch counter by day, small-plates-dispensing wine bar by night.
The menu combines some of L.A.'s currently favorite flavors from Peruvian causa to modernized throwbacks like braised short-rib Wellington.
"Really, through wine, I discovered food."
Gone are the enomatic wine dispensers for a clean look of grey walls and bottle displays.
Phil Lee oversees an eclectic menu of global small plates in a room that looks like someone shrunk Bottega Louie.
Michael Cardenas is opening an ambitious izakaya next to his successful Lazy Ox Canteen.
A wine and coffee bar will revel in French atmosphere and small plates, bringing a more grown-up alternative to weekend shenanigans at The Brig.
Mike and Suzy Mnatsakanyan are trying to put a cool new face on their Melrose Italian restaurant.
Plus: salmonella vaccine looms, and breakfast pizzas go upscale, all in our morning news roundup.
A Penang veteran opens a bar that takes its inspiration from Mauzac grapes.
An Inwood wine bar has gone without wine for over a year.
The third, biggest, and most central location of the Italian wine bar opens on Monday.
There's only 30 days until a planned reopening for Santa Monica's Argentine wine bar that was almost lost in a fire.
Old world wines and a selection of hard-to-find cheese graces the tiny space.
Chef Paul Dozois eschews pizza and pasta for Italian small plates.
Joe Campanale, August Cardona, and Gabe and Katherine Thompson unveil a 50-seat wine bar.
A wine and tapas bar will no doubt become a social hub.