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Josie Chef de Cuisine Competing on
The restaurant is holding a party to view Mai-Khanh Le’s appearance on the Food Network contest.
Josie Taking It Back to 2001
The chef will revisit her original opening menu through March.
Marcus Samuelsson Cooking at Post & Beam; Umami Burger Closing Original Location
The chef will make Ethiopian tacos with injera bread on a $140 menu coming from Govind Armstrong’s kitchen.
Eleven Feasts To Consider For New Year’s Eve in L.A.
Highlights include a Dali-inpisred dinner at Ink. and elk dishes at Josie.
Quote of the Day
Josie LeBalch Gets Grounded
The chef recounts her professional turning point at her dad’s cooking school and restaurant.
Totally Worth the Drive
Totally Worth The Drive
: Mai’s Duck Confit Banh Mi at Next Door by Josie
Jose Le Balch calls it “the best banh mi in town;” strong fighting words in a town where everyone has a high and low-end favorite.
A Look Into Next Door by Josie, Open Tonight in Santa Monica
Josie Le Balch’s house-made Frito’s, elk chorizo, and duck confit banh mi mark the season’s first thrilling opening.
Josie LeBalch Reveals Empire Aspirations With A New, More Casual Restaurant
The chef plans a spate of everyday spots, with charcuterie, craft beer, and panini.
The Tar Pit Starts ‘Sunday Night Supper Club’ in Hollywood; Mooi Coming to Echo
Live bands will fight for attention with Mark Peel’s plates and a popular food vendor starts its own store.
Frysmith Truck Zeroes in on L.A’s Favorite Fries
Frysmith competes with L.A.’s fried heavies.