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  1. Chef Shuffles
    Tart Vet Lauren Kyles Arrives at Downtown’s P.S. 612The chef cites her Southern and Southwest heritage as primary influences.
  2. Thanksgiving
    Tart Cuts Straight to The LeftoversA family-style dinner includes to-go packages for every guest.
  3. Chicken Wars
    Tart Enlists in L.A.’s Chicken Culture WarProceeds are going to GLAAD.
  4. Openings
    Highland Park Kitchen Now Soft-Open Under Chef Huntley SeeThe tapas restaurant has a full bar and will try to succeed where Cafe Lobos and Marty’s failed.
  5. Empire Building
    Silo’s Vodka Revivalists Now Revisiting Sliders TrendFormer Ford’s Filling Station chef Gustavo Rodriguez is now in the Downtown kitchen and will head up the club’s expansion to a next door eatery.
  6. Just Launched
    FoodMafia.com Launches in L.A.The site’s a little anemic to start, but might have some potential if it gets enough heavies as users.
  7. Menus
    Eric Greenspan Mutates Breakfast at Tart This WeekendThe Foundry chef starts the new pop-up series with breakfast lasagna, stuffed hash-browns, and other strange new variations that could give The Griddle a run for its money.
  8. Look Who’s Popping Up
    Eric Greenspan Popping Up at Tart With A Breakfast ConceptThe chef will test out a new breakfast concept with morning lasagnas and stuffed hash browns.
  9. Neighborhood Watch
    Lydia Bastianich Comes to Town; Cafe Gratitude Lands in Larchmont TomorrowSan Francisco’s hippie-dippy, “cult” classic opens its first L.A. store.
  10. Celebrity Settings
    Jimmy Cliff Eats at SLS Hotel; Fred Savage Enjoys Mahon at Pal CabronGrammy’s week brought Justin TImberlake, Cee-Lo Green, and Miranda Lambert out to eat in L.A.
  11. Mediavore
    Chef Santi Santamaria Dies in Singapore; Aretha Franklin Goes On a DietThe Catalan chef has a heart-attack in Singapore, while the great singer deprives herself of ham hocks and pig’s feet.
  12. Beef
    Tart Gets Bitter Over Unapproved Restaurant.com CouponsAre dining deal websites starting to get a mind of their own?