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Pat Saperstein
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There's ravioli hiding under this truffle shower One thing to remember about being someone who writes about restaurants is Always Say Yes to Truffles. Also, always say yest to caviar, but that's a different post. So when chef...
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Tacos...margaritas...and much more.
Belly up to the covered bar if it rains...as if! Many of us have been imagining a restaurant like Salazar practically forever. A place where kids are welcome, that takes advantages of L.A.'s temperate climate, where you can s...
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crispy rice cakes Almost overnight, Atwater has become the kind of neighborhood where restaurant patrons have a pretty good chance of recognizing the name of the great Japanese director Ozu. But you don't have to be a foreign...
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Chef Nooror, center, her daughter Sandra, and an enthusiastic garlic pounder There's still time to get in on Thai Restaurant Week, a promotion tied to Songkran, the Thai New Year, that features special dishes at many of the c...
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Are you up for something special?
Mezcal cured wild salmon with horseradish espuma Chef Laurent Quenioux can be hard to pin down, but once find him and buckle in for his Ma Maison tasting menu, you will not be sorry. After his elegant and imaginative Bistro L...
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(Casbah Cafe photo courtesy of Harriet's Tomato) There was a time when the Casbah Cafe seemed like the kind of place I might stop in every day on the way to work and find a crowd of regulars. Local artist Jon Huck was usually...
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This review originally appeared in the Los Feliz Ledger. When French chef Ludo Lefebvre first started doing innovative pop-ups around town and then opened the tasting menu-focused Trois Mec and its little sister Petit Troi...
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365 is almost open!
The old Ralph's parking lot has been slightly reconfigured and cleaned up Will you shop at a Whole Foods without a butcher or fish counter? Will you miss the giant wheels of cheese and the organic yoga clothes? That's what yo...
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If you love L.A., you'll want to see "City of Gold"
I was a little worried about seeing the Jonathan Gold documentary "City of Gold." There's something about making a whole movie about a writer that seems suspect, unless it's "Capote" or something equally lofty. And surely we'...
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A new burger destination!
The signature Shackburger: cheese, tomato, lettuce and Shacksauce Angelenos are highly faithful to their In 'n Out Burgers, but they're also accepting of burger innovation like Umami Burger. So hopefully we won't feel too com...
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L.A. sets a high bar for Thai food...
Tamarind whiskey sour From the start, Pok Pok has been in a tough place in L.A. Owner Andy Ricker kind of confused everyone first with a ticketed reservation policy via Tock that seemed appropriate only for a wildly popular p...
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