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Marche

  1. Neighborhood Watch
    Actually Hyde Away’s Delayed Again, Los Cotrachos Comes to Excelsior, andAlso, there’s a Japan benefit at the Burritt Room April 5 featuring Japanese whiskey.
  2. Closings
    Red Light Closes in the West LoopRed Light closed over the weekend.
  3. Closings
    Gioco Temporarily Closed by StateGioco loses a permit after falling behind on some taxes.
  4. Neighborhood Watch
    Saigon Sandwiches Temporarily Shutters, Off the Grid Returns to Fort Mason, andAlso, Marche is closing in Menlo Park.
  5. Empire Building
    Andre Guerrero Plans Homemade Pasta and Pasadena Brews in Highland ParkThe chef will also bring a second location of The Oinkster to Downtown.
  6. Coming Soon
    Jared Van Camp Heads for West LoopJared Van Camp is planning to open up a new restaurant in the West Loop.
  7. Fever for Lefevre
    LudoBites 6.0: Ludo Does The ValleySam Sifton also drops the news that Andre Guerrero could reopen Max once the pop-up phenom vacates.
  8. Empire Building
    Señor Fred Expanding to CalabasasSherman Oaks’ favorite Mexican restaurant is growing to its second location.
  9. Chef Shuffle
    Palihouse Hires Gary Menes as Exec ChefThe farmer’s market-obsessed chef is already updating the French bistro menu.
  10. Closings
    Marché to Close in the West LoopThe brasserie had been open for 17 years in the West Loop.
  11. Closings
    Andre Guerrero Closing Marche L.A. on May 8thCiting a lack of customers in a “brutal” economy, a second location of The Oinkster will be the focus.
  12. The Other Critics
    Virbila and Bastide Resolve Rocky Past; Karen Hatfield Eases Johnson’s Sous VideJoseph Mahon satisfies the Times critic, while Angeleno thinks Quinn Hatfield goes a little far sometimes.
  13. Superlatives
    Los Angeles Details ‘10 Delicious Debuts’ That You Already Know AboutIt’s time for Los Angeles to expand its coverage of eating in L.A.
  14. Menus
    Marche Adopts Its Own Sunday SupperGary Menes embraces L.A.’s recurring dining trend.
  15. Stats
    The Year in Openings and ClosingsL.A. restaurant openings outweighed closings in 2009.
  16. The Other Critics
    Irene Loves Eva; Gold Reveals KiyokawaEva scores with The L.A. Times and L.A. Weekly finds a low-key sushi master.
  17. The Other Critics
    J Gold Admires Bistro LQ’s Man of Mystery; Los Angeles Loves Mo-ChicaBistro LQ’s chef is mysterious, while Los Angeles doesn’t want to lose Mo-Chica.
  18. User's Guide
    User’s Guide: Where The Pumpkin Is AtThese restaurants are serving up creative pumpkin dishes in L.A.
  19. Farm to Restaurant
    Farm-to-Restaurant: The Melrose AppleThree experts expound on the Melrose apple.
  20. The Other Critics
    Gold’s Reptilian Brain Gets Goosed by BP Oysterette; Eva Seduces The L.A.BP Oysterette gets a Gold star, and Eva is pleasing to Ms. Virbila.
  21. Reopenings
    Andre Guerrero Buys Glassell Park’s Butter Tart BakeryAndre Guerrero has designs on Glassell Park’s coolest bakery.
  22. Openings
    What to Eat at Andre Guerrero’s Marche L.A., Open in Sherman OaksGary Menes and Andre Guerrero team up to deliver menus that change at least every week.
  23. Openings
    What to Eat at Blue Dog Tavern, Soft Open Today in Sherman OaksWhat to expect from Sherman Oak’s new beer and comfort food restaurant.
  24. Reopenings
    Max Shuttering in Sherman Oaks to Make Room for MarcheSay goodbye to Sherman Oaks’ Max, and hello to Marche.
  25. Foodievents
    How to Fête Bastille Day the Chicago WayOur picks for where to eat, drink, and celebrate French independence.