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The Bazaar

  1. Sam’s Club
    SBE Bringing The Bazaar, Umami, Katsuya, and The Griddle To Vegas StripThe Hollywood haunt for lovers of big breakfasts will surely ensnare Sin City’s hungover legions.
  2. Coming Soon
    Is Culinary Statesman José Andrés Opening the Bazaar in NYC?Umami Burger may come along for the ride, too.
  3. Sam’s Club
    How sbe Plans to Dominate the WorldThe company’s international arm plans brands like The Hyde and Bazaar in China, Europe, and Africa.
  4. Marketing Gimmicks
    Now Coachella Yuppies Can Get The SLS Hotel to Pack Their LunchThe restaurant offers a pricey $28 road trip lunch in time for the music festival.
  5. Mediavore
    Goat Getting Its Moment in U.S.; Shooting at Hawthorne’s The DenChefs are falling hard for the international staple.
  6. L.A. Diet
    Writer Joel Stein Eats Asian Sloppy Joes, Makes David Chang’s Brussels“I don’t particularly like fries, which makes me a freak. I’m not grossed out by them, I just don’t appreciate them the other way people do.”
  7. Mediavore
    Sam Nazarian Keeps Tabs on The Bazaar; Wine Finds An EdgeThe hospitality entrepreneur claims the restaurant makes $13.5 million every year.
  8. Coming Soon
    Artisan House Opening Downtown in December with Molecular Cocktails and AlbacoreJason Ryczek will oversee the menu of Californian-Mediterranean eats.
  9. Empire Building
    How Long Before José Andrés Opens a Bazaar in Every U.S. City?The only certainty is that L.A. soon won’t be the only one.
  10. Mediavore
    It’s Time for Tomatina; July Unkind To The Restaurant IndustryCiting economic pessimism, diners stayed home this summer.
  11. Freebies
    Tres Celebrates Cali Olive Oil with Free TastingDon’t be surprised if Jose Andres’ spherified olives make an appearance.
  12. The Other Critics
    Virbila Finds Room for Improvement at Lukshon; Brad A. Johnson Is No Playa HaterMeanwhile, Jonathan Gold takes us behind the music at Cochon 555.
  13. Slideshow
    What You Missed at L.A.’s First Cochon 555Tim Goodell brought pork-fat ice cream, Lindy and Grundy held a butchering demo, and no belly left unstuffed.
  14. Foodievents
    Cochon 555 Finally Comes Around To L.A.Chefs from Jar, The Bazaar, Mozza, Palate, and Ford’s will each compete by cooking a 175-pound heritage hog.
  15. Lists
    Bon Appétit Also Loves L.A. This MonthThe magazine shows you how to “Do L.A. Like a Star.”
  16. User’s Guide
    Where to Eat During Restaurant WeekWe pick twelve of the most in-demand menus for dineLA’s Restaurant Week.
  17. Beef
    Jose Andres Scolds Gold For His LanguageCould a contentious past be beneath the Spanish chef’s sensitivities?
  18. Celebrity Settings
    Courtney Cox Reunites With David Arquette at Morton’s; Owen Wilson Drinks A BeerMeanwhile, The Washington Post has little success finding celebrity diners in L.A.
  19. Gift Guide
    The Grub Street Gift Guide, Part 2: Expert PicksSam Calagione, Ruth Reichl, José Andrés, and more give us their holiday gift picks.
  20. General Grant
    Where Grant Achatz Plans to Eat and Drink in L.A. When Visiting Next WeekThe chef and his team have a great eating agenda planned for the short trip to the Left Coast.
  21. Trends
    Where Would Chiarello Eat?
  22. Lists
    Zagat Unleashes Its 2011 Survey On L.A.The guide doesn’t screw up the food truck trend this year, and mostly keeps it correct.
  23. Lists
    Epicurious’s Top Restaurant of 2010 Hasn’t Even Opened YetGrant Achatz’s still-unopened spot Next is anointed this year’s best restaurant, even though it might not open until 2011.
  24. Slideshow
    What You Missed at Taste of Beverly HillsFour days of chef sightings, cooking demos, and wine and cuisine appreciation left a nice taste in the mouths of 90210 residents and guests.
  25. 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.
  26. Contests
    We Have A Winner For Two Tickets to L.A. Times Celebration of Food And Wine!If Justin Bieber appears there, it isn’t our fault.
  27. Mediavore
    The Bazaar and Katsuya Expanding to South Beach; Tacos Don Jorge Recalls ItsWhile Jose Andres and Katsuya Uechi will replicate in Miami, Jorge Portillo is happy to be off of four wheels.
  28. Mediavore
    120-Proof Beer Emerges From Japan; Meat From Cloned Animals Hits EuropeanStart the Future sounds like a quick end to the night, while eating clones sounds like the future has already started.
  29. Rivalries
    WTF, CHOW?: ‘S.F. Has a Lot to Learn from L.A.’On their Innovation Tour 2010, CHOW throws S.F. under the bus after a “fun” trip to L.A.
  30. Mediavore
    British Soccer Players Blow Small Fortune at XIV; White House Chef Cooks UpWhile Britain weeps, two players have a ball and Sam Kass helps lead the charge on healthy food initiatives.
  31. Neighborhood Watch
    Concern Foundation Block Party Held Tomorrow in Hollywood; Marina Del Rey NotThe 36th annual event will feature restaurants like Lawry’s, Little Dom’s, and Grill on the Alley, while a certain smoothie shop definitely won’t make it.
  32. 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.
  33. Sam’s Club
    Nazarian Promises 1717 Vine St. Will Be As Exciting As The BazaarSBE will take operating control of the stalled Palihouse Hollywood project.
  34. Top Chef Alumni Newsletter
    Voltaggio Staying in L.A. to Craft His Own ConceptIt won’t be the Bazaar and it won’t have Bryan, but Michael promises to be behind the stoves.
  35. Top Chef Alumni Newsletter
    Voltaggio Vacating The LanghamIt’s a no-brainer that the culinary wiz would leave Pasadena’s stiff dining room to take advantage of the spotlight.
  36. Donate While Dining
    Where to Dine Out for The Gulf This WeekThe Bazaar, Susan Feniger’s Street, and Michael’s are all in.
  37. Menus
    Jose Andres Brings Spanish Winemaker to Saam DinnerAlejandro Fernandez gets Andres credit for putting Spain on the wine map.
  38. Video Feed
    José Andrés Cooks For 3 Percent, Fears for 97 PercentIt’s not the gig at Harvard or fancy food that impress us as much as Andres’ dedication to the American diet.
  39. Booze News
    Bazaar Awarded Incredibly Specific Liquor LicenseThe Allston convenience shop will sell only Eastern European alcohol.
  40. Video Feed
    Reichl Preps Anderson Cooper for The BazaarAnderson Cooper tours Jose Andres’ L.A. restaurant.
  41. Quote of the Day
    Jose Andres Disses Bruni and Gold in The Same BreathThe Bazaar chef thinks critics on both coasts can be clueless.
  42. Trends
    Is Downtown L.A.’s New Culinary Center?Culinary innovation comes from all corners of L.A.
  43. Brunch
    What to Eat at The Bazaar’s Bigger Brunch, Now at TresJose Andres expands his morning menu but is no longer serving brunch inside of The Bazaar.
  44. Mediavore
    Jose Andres Awarded; New Record Set in Meatball EatingThe Bazaar chef is awarded for his creativity, while a man eats 29 meatballs in one minute.
  45. User’s Guide
    Where to Really See Stars Eating Before The OscarsLeave The Ivy and Mr. Chow in The Eighties, this is where the stars really come to eat.
  46. Previews
    SBE Plans Gladstone’s Revival Through 2013Changes to the menu and interiors at a Malibu institution will come with help from Sam Nazarian.
  47. Top Chef Alumni Newsletter
    Top Chef Villains: Marcel Creates Menu for Bar 210; Richter OpensA global tapas place is planned by Marcel right after Stefan opens a fondue joint.
  48. Booze News
    Where to Find His & Her Cocktails this SundayJose Andres expresses his love for Mezcal.
  49. Lists
    How to Enjoy Virbila’s Favorite Meals and Lie to Mozza’s FaceThe Times critic recalls her best dining experiences with some useful inside info.
  50. Top Chef Alumni Newsletter
    Interview: Top Chef Winner Michael Voltaggio Reveals His Regrets andMichael Voltaggio tells us what it’s like to be the new Top Chef.
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