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John Sedlar

  1. Taco Town
    Walter Manzke And Tacos Kokopelli Handling Petty CashExpect pig ear nachos, pork ceviche, and cricket tacos at West Hollywood’s collaborative new taqueria.
  2. The Other Critics
    Jonathan Gold Gets Raw At M.A.K.E.; Catching Up With John SedlarThe creative Rivera chef will not longer be cooking at Playa, putting his attentions towards his Tamale Museum instead.
  3. Closings
    John Sedlar Closing Playa This WednesdayFortunately, the chef and partner Bill Chait will bring a new concept to the space.
  4. Guest Stars
    Cheech Marin and John Sedlar Planning ‘Joint’ Dinner, Tuesday in West Hollywood,Looks like the comedian has a new partner for making pot jokes.
  5. Leftovers
    Sushi Zo Coming Downtown; John Sedlar Seeking Patrons for Museum TamalA tier of donation levels ranges from “Bell Peppers” to “Habaneros.”
  6. Menus
    John Sedlar Launches Mexi-China Menu at PlayaDishes include Mao’s maize cakes and pork pibil potstickers.
  7. Grub Guide
    Eight L.A. Restaurants That Grow Their OwnFrom Niki Nakayama’s organic Japanese garden to John Sedlar’s rooftop of aeroponic towers, these chefs deserve appluase for their extra efforts in bringing freshly plucked produce to our plates.
  8. Look Who’s Popping Up
    Playa Launching Baja Chef Series in SeptemberLegends and rising stars like Benito Molina, Tacos Kokopelli, and La Guerrerense will each cook for three nights on Melrose.
  9. Chasing Choi
    Sam Sifton Waxes Poetic on Roy ChoiThe scribe calls the chef a poet, whose verses “taste of Los Angeles.”
  10. Look Who’s Popping Up
    Playa Leaves the Cooking to a Thirteen Year-OldTeenaged Flynn McGarry already has a cookbook, a New Yorker profile, and ambitions with Grant Achatz at Next.
  11. Foodievents
    John Sedlar Revisits Mother Russia at RiveraThe chef is commemorating his march in Moscow’s Peace Victory Parade 20 years ago.
  12. Loco for Locavores
    Playa Plans to Grow Its OwnChef John Sedlar is installing a rooftop garden at The Beverly Blvd. restaurant.
  13. Too Hot Tamales
    Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger Plan to Revisit Dishes From City at BorderThe duo’s original restaurant took its influences from all over the world, so expect anything from soba to brisket to Thai salads.
  14. User’s Guide
    Where to Party on New Year’s Eve Without Getting GougedFree champagne, reasonable pre-fixe dinners, and cover-free parties are out there if you look closely.
  15. Foodies With Benefits
    John Sedlar, Kris Morningstar, Samson, and Pollack to Cook Together Over TheThe chefs, all recently lauded by Esquire will collaborate on three different menus on three consecutive Mondays.
  16. Menus
    Playa Looks Into John Sedlar’s Past with Retrospective MenuThe chef is preparing a five-course menu that follows his career from his teenage years to his current projects.
  17. User’s Guide
    Where to Eat and Drink for Dia de los MuertosFour activities to keep you from robbing fruit from off our relatives’ graves.
  18. Foodievents
    Introducing The Baja California Culinary Fest, October 5th-9thThe inaugural event will find five days of cooking, learning, and even hunting in five different Baja cities.