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  1. The Other Critics
    Jonathan Gold Go Bragh at Tom Bergin’s; Bill Esparza Explores Little“What you’re competing against consists mostly of faded memories of bad steam-table food,” the critic says of Brandon Boudet’s Irish eats.
  2. Openings
    EK Valley Replaces Xotik Kitchen with Oaxacan MenuPinches Tacos has a pinche new competitor on Washington Boulevard.
  3. Foodievents
    La Feria De Moles 2011: Should You Put Your Money On Puebla or Oaxaca?The two famous mole states will battle it out this Sunday on Olvera Street.
  4. Empire Building
    Palm’s Guelaguetza Becoming Mitla, Chef Josh Gil Hits Test Kitchen TomorrowThe news bodes well for L.A.’s Mexican cuisine to start catching up with the creativity found down south.
  5. Mediavore
    Jillian Michaels Lashes Out at L.A. Times; New S. Monica Farmers MarketThe Biggest Loser star threatens legal action, while shoppers rally to the defense of displaced vendors like The Breadman.
  6. Empire Building
    Lopez Siblings Chasing Pal Cabron With Natura Nieves Oaxaquenas“Think Jamba Juice with a Oaxacan twist,” says owner Bricia Lopez.
  7. The Other Critics
    Lazy Ox Scoops Up Virbila’s Best Burger Nod; Gold Would Suffer Street Food FestL.A. Weekly overlooks flaws at a failed food event and L.A. Times boosts Downtown’s latest hot spot.
  8. Empire Building
    Guelaguetza Considers Expansion in Las Vegas and Remodels in PalmsA fancy new look is planned in Palms, too.
  9. Openings
    Tropical Twofer: Oaxacan and Polynesian Spots Will Open on Park AvenueThe latest newcomer in the Chipotle-Qdoba–Baja Fresh sphere, plus a new one from the Park Avenue Winter team.
  10. Reopening
    Monte Alban Reopens Following FireA westside favorite reopens after a devastating blaze.
  11. Openings
    Tlapazola’s New Digs in VeniceTlapazola makes a big move in Venice