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  • Savory ice cream, special dinners, Live & Dine L.A. tickets, more

    Restaurants are in full bloom for summer. Here are some of the latest deals and restaurant happenings. Live & Dine L.A.: Tickets are still available to the 11th annual Live & Dine L.A., a culinary extravaganza that celebrates L.A.’s best chefs and...
  • L.A.'s top chefs turn out to fight, 'bite' hunger at food bank

    L.A.'s top chefs turn out to fight, 'bite' hunger at food bank
    Chef Michael Voltaggio said working at the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank was a humbling reminder that too many people in Los Angeles go to bed hungry each night because they don't have enough food. The chef-owner at Ink was among dozens of L.A. chefs,...
  • Sports car parties entice high-end home buyers on the Westside

    Sports car parties entice high-end home buyers on the Westside
    In the competitive Westside housing market, where one-upmanship is the rule, agents and brokers are continually trying to outdo one another with enticing events that will draw a moneyed home buyer to a trophy home that’s on the market. Sports cars...
  • L.A. Mission Dishes Up 3,500 Thanksgiving Meals

    L.A. Mission Dishes Up 3,500 Thanksgiving Meals
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Hundreds of homeless people are getting a warm Thanksgiving meal on Wednesday thanks to volunteers at the L.A. Mission. The mission is celebrating its 76th year of providing more than 3,500 meals for the city's homeless. The...
  • ink. Restaurant

    Allie Mac Kay was live with “Top Chef” winner Michael Voltaggio at his restaurant “ink.” ink. 8360 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles http://mvink.com/ Twitter: @mvoltaggio @mvinkla
  • Critic's Choice: Tapas in L.A.

    Critic's Choice: Tapas in L.A.
    The Spanish are on to a good thing with tapas, those lusty little bites that bars in Spain put out in the early evening. Ever wondered how the Spanish can eat dinner at 11 or later? Because they stave off hunger pangs and socialize earlier in the...
  • The Review: Ink, as seen on TV

    The Review: Ink, as seen on TV
    The women — in twos and threes and sixes — are on a mission. Spot Michael Voltaggio, the famously tattooed winner of Season 6 of Bravo's "Top Chef." They linger at the door, waiting, hoping for a seat or a table. Sigh of relief. There he is,...
  • A sparkling New Year's Eve

    A sparkling New Year's Eve
    Alex Day is standing behind the custom bar at the headquarters of Proprietors, the drinks consulting company he and his partner David Kaplan recently set up in downtown Los Angeles — an office cum cocktail lab that they've dubbed Chapter & Verse....
  • L.A.'s new restaurants serve up a great year

    L.A.'s new restaurants serve up a great year
    Each year I keep a running log to track restaurants slated to open each month. When this January rolled around and I started my new list, I fully expected the pace of openings to slow to a trickle. That hasn't happened. Instead, despite the curdled...
  • The turkey sandwich reinvented

    The turkey sandwich reinvented
    To call a turkey sandwich the stuff of memories sounds far-fetched (few have waxed Proustian about a turkey club), but that's what it is to Peruvian chef Ricardo Zarate. The chef behind Los Angeles' Mo-Chica and Picca came to know and love the turkey...
  • Food events at the L.A. Times Festival of Books

    Food events at the L.A. Times Festival of Books
    There's going to be a whole lot of cooking going on at the 17th annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books on the USC campus Saturday and Sunday. In fact, there's an entire stage devoted to it. Saturday will kick off with Ink's Michael Voltaggio at 10:30...
  • Critic's Notebook: Today's fad, tomorrow's leftovers

    Critic's Notebook: Today's fad, tomorrow's leftovers
    Have you ever noticed that all of a sudden it seems that almost every restaurant you walk into is serving the same dish? Burrata salad, braised pork belly, pig's ears in some form, short ribs—and some version of Nancy Silverton's butterscotch...