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  1. Coming Soon
    The Royce Opens Next Friday At The Langham, Keeps Voltaggio-Style Imagination inGuy Savoy and Patina vet David Feau plans creative farm-to-table twists on French and American classics.
  2. Coming Soon
    Renzo Piano and Patina Behind Ray’s and Stark Bar at LACMAA farm-to-table menu will find its way into a 1,440 square-foot box of glass and concrete.
  3. Menus
    What To Eat From High’s New MenuVenice’s Hotel Erwin grabs a Spago and Patina alum in an attempt to make its food match its views.
  4. Rants
    N.Y. Times Intrepidly Ventures ‘A Few Miles East on the 10’ to Eat inA long list of new restaurants and classics are omitted as the Gray Lady “discovers” Downtown destination dining.
  5. Coming Soon
    The Langham Dining Room Will Become ‘The Royce’ Under New Chef David FéauThe Patina and Lutece vet will cook light California fare.
  6. Slideshow
    First Look at Food & Wine’s ‘Taste of Beverly Hills’A truly local crowd mingled with celebrities, star chefs, and food-obsessives, only losing their appetites when The Kardashian Family was given the key to the city.
  7. Mediavore
    Farmers Markets Going Mobile; Santa Monica Plans Bag BanFarmers markets hit four wheels while the seaside city will proceed on a ban even if the Senate does not.
  8. Airport Dining
    Patina Eat-In Seeks to Cease LAX Concession Foot-Dragging TomorrowWho wouldn’t rather have Nancy Silverton overcharging them for an airport sandwich?
  9. Foodievents
    Chef Supergroup Caters Sashi Sushi’s Iron Chef AppearanceT.V. cooking competition vets Michael Voltaggio and Iron Chef Morimoto, among other toques, will help prepare a six-course dinner while watching the show with guests.
  10. The Other Critics
    Culina’s Crudo Changes Brad A. Johnson; Gold Hits The Slaw Dogs/Red ONever a raw salmon fan, Angeleno’s critic shifts direction at Four Seasons, while Pasadena offers a hit-or-miss creative hot dog to L.A. Weekly
  11. Look Who’s Popping Up
    Splichal Chases Wagner with WienersPatina’s boss pairs a German biergarten with performances of The Ring Cycle.
  12. Truckin’
    A New Food Truck Arrives…And It’s Mexican, KindaAnother corporate-driven food truck will travel through the city this summer.
  13. Contests
    We Have a Winner for Two Tickets to City of Angels Wine Fest!!What do you call a wine you can’t stop drinking?
  14. Empire Building
    Border Grill Opens Tiny Downtown OutpostDid Patina set a trend for chef-driven corporate lunchrooms?
  15. Contests
    Win Two Free Tickets to City of Angels Wine Fest!!30 California wineries and chefs from patina unite on Memorial Day.
  16. Openings
    What to Eat at Patina’s New Market CafeA burrito named for chef Joachim Splichal comes to breakfast in Downtown L.A.
  17. Rumors
    Splichal and Manzke Currently ‘Just Friends’The Patina maestro is not financing the next venture from Church & State’s departing chef.
  18. Chef Shuffles
    Walter Manzke Will Leave Church & State; Anisette’s Joshua Smith Taking OverDowntown’s hottest bistro will keep the same menu as their chef looks for his own space.
  19. The O.C.
    O.C. Restaurant Week Lures L.A. Down the 405Pinot Provence’s critically acclaimed new chef offers great dining options.
  20. Truckin’
    Crepe ‘N Around Truck Coming with Tarts and DramaChefs who worked at Patina and Gordon Ramsay are rolling out a new food truck.
  21. Truffles in Town
    Patina Obtains One-Pound TruffleTony Esnault has three nights of specials planned.
  22. The Other Critics
    S. Irene Virbila Slams Fabio Viviani’s Osteria; Gold Offers Jar for Best BrunchA Top Chef-testant gets a horrible review and Jar gets morning nods.
  23. Foodienomics
    How Splichal and Citrin Plan To Survive WinterPredictions for winter dining are bleak, but some local chefs have improvised solutions.
  24. Mediavore
    Wurstkuche Continues to Boom; MOCA Will Replace Patina with LemonadeWurstkuche more than weathers the economic storm, while MOCA has a new food vendor.
  25. Chef Shuffle
    Tony Esnault is Named Patina’s New Exec ChefPatina has a new executive chef with at least one excellent reference.
  26. Menus
    What to Eat at The Emmy Awards Governors BallPinot Bistro lets you eat like the stars with the same menu served at The Emmys Governors Ball.
  27. Chef Shuffle
    Jonathan Benno Will Leave Per Se for Lincoln Center ProjectThomas Keller’s right-hand man has been lured away by the Patina Group.
  28. Menus
    What to Eat While Nick + Stef’s Steakhouse Celebrates 10 YearsJoachim Splichal’s Downtown steakhouse turns 10 and offers a tasty party of your own.
  29. Foodievents
    Prepare Three Courses with Cafe Pinot’s Kevin MeehanCook a three-course meal with a celebrated chef and serve a good cause.
  30. Menus
    What to Eat from Patina’s Tomato Tour MenusPatina holds a big tomato festival on their L.A. menus
  31. Menus
    Fresh’s New Chef, Michael Ferraro, Freshens Up the MenuBigeye tuna, direct from Hawaii.
  32. Back of the House
    Boulud Versus Giant Rat; New York Versus Los AngelesIn praise of the braise: a long feature about the art of slow immersive cooking, pegged on Daniel Boulud’s and Claudia Roden’s new books. [NYS] More on Boulud’s ongoing conflict with the Restaurant Opportunities Center and their giant inflatable rat. [NYT] Related: We’ve been on this story for a while; this was Daniel Under Attack! (Again). A tale of two cities: Leuzzi compares N.Y. and L.A. The latter is more casual, less cohesive, and doesn’t give a damn about French restaurants. [NYS] The big restaurant in Lincoln Center to be reborn as Patina, sister to the big restaurant in LA; owners of Divine Bar open Funky Diner on the UES, Bret Thorn reports. [NYS] Asian chefs love black chicken but have to admit “it’s a scary-looking creature.” Also: Four markets where you can buy the things, including a scary one in the Bronx. [NYT] The gourmet burger business comes to Brooklyn in the form of Brooklyn Burger Bar (already in soft opening) and 67 Burger in Fort Greene. Also: Barça 18 gets its brief Times epitaph. [NYT] Restaurant Week: Big-name places where you won’t be able to get a table. And good places where you might get a table. [NYP] Profile of a smoked-fish factory in Greenpoint. [NYDN]
  33. Back of the House
    Ed Levine Criticizes Party Food; March ClosingBrett Thorn breaks the news that Frank Bruni is not quitting the Times. [NRN] N.Y. branch of L.A.’s Patina to open in Lincoln Center; March to close. [NYT] Chefs spout off about what they want in 2007. [Zagat] Danny Meyers throws a party, and Ed Levine critiques the food. [Ed Levine Eats] Russ & Daughters heirs profiled. [Chow]