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Next Time You Can’t Get a Rez at Jon & Vinny’s, You Can Make This Pasta at HomeJon & Vinny’s may have two L.A. locations—the original on Fairfax and the newish outpost on San Vicente in Brentwood—but just try getting a weekend rez when you’re craving some of their pizza or pasta. Which is pretty…
LA Food Bowl 2019 Best Events During the Month-Long FestivalL.A. Food Bowl returns, activating spaces across the city with the year’s largest celebration of food, chefs, farmers, wine-makers, bartenders, baristas, and, of course, eaters. From April 20 to May 31, culinary enthusiasts can pick from over 100 different events, curated by Peter Meehan and the…
Roy Choi's Chego Is Leaving ChinatownA lot’s changed in Chinatown since Roy Choi’s rice-bowl spot Chego opened its doors in Far East Plaza six years ago. It was the “new kid on the block,” we wrote in 2013, “surrounded by old-school noodle joints, pho houses, and seafood spots, you can practically make out the tinny tunes…
Michelin Los Angeles Rankings Will Return, but Do We Want Them?Starting in June, L.A. restaurants will have their first chance to be awarded Michelin stars in more than a decade. Rather than bringing back the city-specific book, as Michelin published for 2008 and 2009, this time around it will be a California-wide book. The Old…
Best New Restaurants in L.A. March 2019From vegan German classics in Highland Park to a surprising strip-mall ramen in Koreatown, there are a lot of new restaurants to check out this month. Here are our picks for March’s buzziest new restaurants.HinterhofThe notion of a plant-based German restaurant might prompt a few eye rolls, but the…
All the L.A. Chefs and Restaurants NominatedHollywood has the Oscars, but food has the James Beard Awards. The annual prizes celebrate the best in dining across the United States–and Los Angeles typically gets its share of recognition. But this morning, when the James Beard Foundation announced the list of semifinalists, there weren’t quite as many local…
Jon & Vinny's Started a "Club" and Brentwood Is Going NutsSince opening in late January, Jon & Vinny’s Brentwood has become one of the toughest reservations in town. This is unsurprising, perhaps, given the enduring crowds at the original Jon & Vinny’s on Fairfax (go ahead, try to book a table after 4 p.m. anytime…
3 New Restaurants You Have to Try This FebruaryFrom modern Chinese in Pasadena to a modern mezcal bar in Venice,there are a lot of new restaurants to check out this month. Here are our picks for February’s buzziest new restaurants.DanWith a tight menu of pork-filled xiao long bao and wok-cooked vegetables, this modern dumpling house…
This East L.A. Market Is Like an Indie Music Venue for Los Angeles FoodDriving by Sara’s Market when there isn’t a pop-up taking place is kind of like jogging past legendary Los Angeles punk venue the Smell on a Sunday morning—you might catch the name, but you’ll miss the magic.On a recent Saturday, it’s a…
Baroo Is Back in LA with a Pop-Up at Frieze Art FairWe’re still not over the 2018 closing of beloved Hollywood fermentation restaurant Baroo, but fans get another chance to taste Kwang Uh and Mina Park’s experimental cuisine once again with a pop-up at next month’s Frieze Los Angeles art fair.Frieze’s first L.A. fair will take…
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