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Dominique’s Kitchen Opens in Redondo Beach
Formerly of Taix and Morel’s, Dominique Theval is serving French classics at a reasonable price point.
The Name Game
Echo Park Makes Way for Taix Square
The 85-tear-old French restaurant now has an official street name.
The Name Game
Echo Park’s Taix To Be Honored With a Street Name
Eric Garcetti wants to award the 85-year-old Frenchie with a Taix Plaza.
Roy Choi Penning Bio for Bourdain; What Are L.A.’s Douchiest Bars?
The book will detail the Kogi mastermind’s wild youth in L.A. through the founding of his Korean taco truck.
Odd Happy Hours Around Town; Love Lessons at Taix
Plus: Restaurants aren’t skimping on their tableware choices, coconut water isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, and more in our daily news roundup.
The Week in Sports
Now Bar Owners Are Pissed at The Dodgers
Weak attendance at Chavez Ravine has some Echo Park establishments feeling sore.
While One Hipster Venue Opts To Close in Echo Park, Another Hits Its Stride
Ancient French restaurant Taix is apparently becoming a live music and stand-up hotspot in the hipster hub.
So-Called Ex-Staffer Sounds Off on Taix’s Owner
A reader claims Mike Taix is guilty of the same offenses being spoken against in his restaurant.
New Restaurant Labor Study Aims For The Heart of L.A.’s Dining Industry
A panel discussion will discuss how the majority of L.A. restaurant workers lack insurance and a living wage.
Lance Corralez Named New Exec Chef at World Cafe
This guy has worked literally everywhere from Pacific Palisades to Pasadena.
Echo Park Restaurateur Raymond M. Taix Dies
The second generation owner of the Echo Park legend loved coq au vin and short ribs, says his son.
Antigua Coffee House Relocates to Cypress Park; Vinolio Opens in Hollywood
Antigua Coffee House is back in Northeast L.A., and Vinolio serves Neapolitan in Hollywood.
Il Cielo Safe-haven; Taix Survival
Il Cielo shelters bomb-threatened stars;Taix concentrates on survival