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  • Zagat names In-N-Out Double-Double best burger in L.A. Do you agree?

    Zagat names In-N-Out Double-Double best burger in L.A. Do you agree?
    SoCal natives can agree the In-N-Out Double-Double is a really good burger. It's two patties, two slices of American cheese, lettuce, tomato, grilled or raw onions, and the chain's special spread, also known as Thousand Island dressing. But is it the best...
  • Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Orsa & Winston is Centeno's rightful place

    Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Orsa & Winston is Centeno's rightful place
    Some people credit Sang Yoon and his Father's Office, others perhaps Ludovic Lefebvre's first pop-ups or Roy Choi's Korean tacos, but Josef Centeno may be the prime mover behind what we've come to think of as modern Los Angeles cooking; the small plates,...
  • Sherry Yard among six to be inducted into James Beard hall of fame

    Sherry Yard among six to be inducted into James Beard hall of fame
    Former Spago and future Helms Bakery pastry chef Sherry Yard will be among the new inductees into the James Beard Foundation’s Who’s Who of Food and Beverage in America, the hall of fame of the culinary world. Other honorees include...
  • Jonathan Gold | Culver City restaurant review: At Bucato, stop for a snack, stay for pasta

    Jonathan Gold | Culver City restaurant review: At Bucato, stop for a snack, stay for pasta
    Is it fair to judge a new restaurant by one dish? Because as much as I would like to concentrate on the fried cauliflower or delicious crab crostino with lardo at Bucato, the new restaurant from Evan Funke, whom you may remember from his term at Rustic...
  • We Can Actually Solve the Problem of Childhood Hunger, Says Participant's Jim Berk

    "We can actually solve the problem" of childhood hunger, said Participant Media CEO Jim Berk, one of the honorees at Tuesday night's No Kid Hungry dinner and auction for Share Our Strength at Ron Burkle's expansive Green Acres estate in Beverly Hills....
  • OpenTable buys Urbanspoon's Rezbook; chefs consider options

    OpenTable buys Urbanspoon's Rezbook; chefs consider options
    Online restaurant reservations service OpenTable Inc. announced Wednesday that it had bought rival bookings operation Rezbook from Urbanspoon for an undisclosed amount.  OpenTable said it seats 12 million diners a month via online reservations for...
  • The Taste 2013: A lineup of great chefs, great food and great talk

    The Taste 2013: A lineup of great chefs, great food and great talk
    Some of L.A.'s hottest chefs and bartenders will take part in the Los Angeles Times' third annual The Taste event happening Aug. 30 through Sept. 1 on the back lot of Paramount Studios. Attendees will also have a chance to meet the Los Angeles Times...
  • A glutton for love and other delicious dishes

    A glutton for love and other delicious dishes
    I was 45 minutes late to our first date at Osteria Mozza when the Cute Gardener took one look at me over the rim of his glasses, pushed a menu toward me and asked if I would mind if we just ordered a bunch of plates to share. Flustered from my driving...
  • Counter Intelligence: Thou shalt not make substitutions at the Parish

     Counter Intelligence: Thou shalt not make substitutions at the Parish
    Sang Yoon started the no-substitutions or modifications trope at Father's Office, I think, where he refused to serve his notorious hamburger without blue cheese or countenance ketchup on his fries. Vinny Dotolo and Jon Shook turned it into an aesthetic at...
  • Pig ears? They're seriously tasty

     Pig ears? They're seriously tasty
    I promise you this isn't a story about dog treats. If you've been dining out at some of L.A.'s hippest chef-driven restaurants lately, you might have noticed a recurring ingredient on the menu. Pig ears. You heard me, pig ears. Recently, at the L.A....
  • Critic's Choice: Lively gastropubs for fun that can go late

    Critic's Choice: Lively gastropubs for fun that can go late
    When Ben Ford introduced his Ford's Filling Station in 2006, the fledgling gastropub was mobbed. The right idea at the right time: moderately priced comfort food in a rustic, no-frills setting. Big portions and hearty dishes — in other words, fuel....
  • Critic's Choice: Hearty breakfasts worth a wake-up call

    Critic's Choice: Hearty breakfasts worth a wake-up call
    I'm always receiving emails or texts from friends needing to know (right away!) where to go for breakfast in this or that neighborhood. The first meal of the day is ideal for catching up with friends or meeting up with a colleague or out-of-town visitor....