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Red Medicine

  1. Beef
    After Red Medicine Twitter-Shames No-Shows, a Would-Be Customer Responds“Not sure why they would try and publicly embarrass me in this difficult time for me and my family.”
  2. Beef
    Now Red Medicine Is Publicly Shaming Its No-Show ClientsThe vengeful co-owner is now naming names who don’t make their reservations.
  3. L.A. Diet
    Bizarre Foods Host Andrew Zimmern Hunts Grunions in Venice, Forages With“One of the true dirty secrets in this business is that people like me end up eating a lot of bagels in talk show green rooms.”
  4. Foodievents
    Empellón’s ‘Push Project’ Series Continues With RedThe two chefs go way back.
  5. Grub Guide
    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.
  6. Video Feed
    Watch a Trailer For Reverie, Starring Red Medicine’s Jordan KahnThe filmmakers may include Nikki Nakayama and Paul Shoemaker in future projects.
  7. Foodievents
    Ink. Hosting James Beard Celebrity Tour Dinner With Mozza, Animal, Fox, andIt’s like the Lollapalooza of L.A. Chefs.
  8. Book of Kells
    Thomas Keller Fantasizes About Lunch at In-N-OutHe hasn’t one since 1990.
  9. L.A. Diet
    FoodCrafters Host Aida Mollenkamp Is Obsessed with Sumac, Not a Day“It was a pretty awesome night until my friend’s cooler fell on me and I was soaked to the bone…I looked like I needed Depends.”
  10. Celebrity Settings
    Tebow Takes Taylor Swift to Toscanova; Bret McKenzie Passes Oscar AroundWas it a date, business, or just a little flirtation between the two young stars?
  11. The Other Critics
    Gold Blown Away by Shanghai No. 1 Seafood; Patric Kuh Reflects on Red MedicineThe L.A. Weekly critic calls it, “the most ambitious Chinese restaurant to open in Los Angeles in a decade — maybe ever…”
  12. Oh Sherry!
    Noah Ellis Revisits Red Medicine’s Reasons for Virbila OusterThe co-owner admits the restaurant might have not been review-ready anyway.
  13. The Other Critics
    S. Irene Virbila Looks Back on 2011’s Best; Gold Spies Curly FriesElsewhere, Jonathan Gold targets Bryant Ng’s Spice Table as the bulls-eye of L.A.’s coherent new dining scene.
  14. The Other Critics
    The Times Finds Persian Stews in the Valley; Gold’s Top 10 Dishes of the YearA look back at one delicious year.
  15. Lists
    The NY Post Eats On the Mark in L.A.Rarely have we seen the East Coast nail L.A. so correctly.
  16. Mediavore
    Grocery Workers Reject Proposed Health Benefits; Spices May Fight Fatty FoodsA strike is looming for Southern California’s major grocery chains.
  17. Slideshow
    What You Missed at Angeleno’s ‘To Live and Dine in L.A.’Despite a slow start, the event proved itself to again be one of the city’s best in terms of dishes.
  18. Neighborhood Watch
    Ben Bailly Bails Fraiche; Red Medicine Throws Out Lunch ServiceThe former Petrossian chef goes into catering, though we can’t imagine he won’t return to restaurants.
  19. Quote of the Day
    Jordan Kahn Defends Virbila OustingThe chef simply had his feelings hurt by a bad review of XIV, as was long suspected.
  20. Booze News
    Booze News: New Menus at Hemingway’s, Michael’s, and CanaThe new menus go heavy on rum, tequila, mezcal, and literary references.
  21. The Other Critics
    Gold Paints A Majestic Vision of Red Medicine; Virbila Gives A-Frame One and aL.A. Weekly deems Jordan Kahn’s cooking “the most modern in Los Angeles at the moment.”
  22. Slideshow
    A Look at Lukshon’s Menu, In PhotosSang Yoon’s tribute to Asian cooking cuisine fits smoothly into the recent explosion of chef-driven explorations honored by the city’s most visionary toques
  23. Inside Chefs
    Really? No L.A. Chefs Will Fess Up to Eating Frozen Burritos?Michael McCarty simply whips up a lobster and Iberico ham during his downtime.
  24. Empire Building
    With Downtown’s Umamicatessen, Adam Fleischman is Just Getting StartedThe owner of L.A.’s red-hot burger chain has an ambitious new outpost planned in Downtown, but that’s not all.
  25. The Other Critics
    Red Medicine Overcomes Sour Taste in Gushing Post-Scandal ReviewJay Weston gushes, “This restaurant shall overcome that situation and rise forth to shine in the reflected glory of the three guys who dreamed the dream, walked the walk, and brought it to fruition.”
  26. Quote of the Day
    Medicinal MusingsRuss Parsons’ final thoughts on the outing of LAT’s S. Irene Virbila.
  27. Food Fights
    Speaking of Fights…The Top 10 Food Fights of 2010.
  28. Oh Sherry
    The S. Irene Virbila Story Has Gone International!The BBC is on the story!
  29. Oh Sherry
    How the Food World Feels About S. Irene Virbila’s Outing“No one deserves to be treated like that. Restaurants should affirm our humanity, not deny it,” tweets chef Daniel Patterson.
  30. Oh Sherry!
    Want to See What S. Irene Virbila Looks Like?Red Medicine unveils photos of what they claim is the anonymous L.A. Times critic, after kicking her out.
  31. Truckin’
    Another Politically Insensitive Food Truck Rolls on L.A.Chef Che’s food truck and a Fidel Castro empanada draw heat from SoCal’s Cuban-American community.
  32. Slideshows
    A Look at Red Medicine’s Reimagined Vietnamese Cooking, Now Open on WilshireThe Per Se and Alinea vet finally opens his “homage to our favorite little Vietnamese spot” and it’s worth the wait.
  33. Openings
    Red Medicine Reservations Go Live Today, Eyes Thursday OpeningThe much anticipated Vietnamese restaurant comes to Beverly Hills from former Per Se, Alinea, and Michael Mina pastry chef Jordan Kahn.
  34. Openings
    Red Medicine Almost Ready For Its DebutJordan Kahn’s Vietnamese restaurant in Beverly Hills passes inspections and eyes its opening, possibly after this weekend.
  35. The Other Blogs
    Privy Proves That Lisa Ling and Kelly Hu Eat Better in L.A. Than Sofia VergaraThe Asian American social network delivers the rare blog of listicles that gets our city’s dining scene sorta right.
  36. Openings
    Opening Update: Scarpetta Serves on Monday, FarmShop Delayed, and MoreScot Conant will have a mostly original menu to fit West Coast tastes.
  37. Look Who’s Popping Up
    Jordan Kahn Reinterpreting ‘Seven Courses of Beef’ at Test KitchenTo be on the cutting edge of L.A. restaurants, one suddenly has to keep up with this star chef-driven pop-up.
  38. Interviews
    Interview: Jordan Kahn Offers An Early Dose of Red MedicineDespite the growing hype, the chef is more concerned with feeding his hard-working peers.
  39. USer’s Guide
    Fall Restaurant Preview: Where and What To EatL.A.’s fall’s openings are exciting enough to distract us from Nancy Silverton burgers and Michael Voltaggio’s plans.
  40. The Other Critics
    Virbila Jocks Jocko’s; Gold Examines Test KitchenJonathan Gold might have just made a star out of Salt’s Cure’s BLT.
  41. Look Who’s Popping Up
    Zarate Opens Test KitchenThe first pop-up finds Jordan Kahn debuting Red Medicine.
  42. Openings
    XOIA Opening With Vietnamese Birria Noodle Soup and Pho Beef Tacos Tonight inExpect specialties from the harbor city of Hoi-An, plus classics and Cal-fusion.
  43. Empire Building
    Sang Yoon Confirms Lukshon Is Coming to Culver City in 2010Though the chef could churn out burgers for the rest of his life, he will instead attempt to elevate Southeast Asian food.
  44. Coming Soon
    Jordan Kahn, Noah Ellis, and Umami Don Unite for Red MedicineAdam Fleischman will turn his attention to Vietnamese food.