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  • Comme a: Just 'like that,' it's a hit

    Comme Ca, the sparkling new brasserie from David Myers of Sona, is a runaway success, a crossover that's both a seriously good restaurant and a trendy one. It doesn't happen often, but when it does, the excitement lights up the restaurant scene, which has...
  • 2005 Catena Alta Malbec

    Hey, it's rained a few drops, ushering in the season for reds, ready or not. For fans of lush red wines, the 2005 Catena Alta Malbec, from a wine family that's been in the business for four generations, has everything going for it. Rich and ripe, with...
  • Datebook

    TODAY Eleventh hour love: Learn to prepare and present a three-course Valentine's dinner at this men's cooking class, with Beverly Hills Hotel director of food and beverage Robert Allen, featuring dishes such as roast beef tenderloin for two. 6 to 8 p.m....
  • Rogue Hazelnut Brown Nectar

    When the weather cools down, malty brown ales really come into their own, and malt is mostly what this one is about. For the interest of beer geeks, the label lists all the ingredients, and they include eight varieties of malt and just two of hops. That...
  • Expat comfort food: The quirky mix at L.A.'s Hong Kong-style coffee shops

    POLISHING off their cream-filled crepes and fruit smoothies, the after-movie crowd at Garden Caf drifts homeward around 1 a.m. But by 3 a.m., a fresh wave of customers -- most in goth-inspired club-wear -- fills the tables at this classic Hong Kong-style...
  • Traxx: It's got a cosmopolitan outlook

    ON a summer night, regulars at Traxx in Union Station know to ask for a table in the beautiful garden patio out back where tables are set under towering old jacarandas. With lanterns hanging from the trees in the broad grassy courtyard, and the landmark...
  • 2006 Torbreck 'The Steading'

    A giant figure on the wine scene in Australia's Barossa Valley, Dave Powell makes a whole slew of terrific wines, but my favorite has to be "The Steading." The name is a term for the collection of barns, stables and outbuildings on a farm. Taste the...
  • Walla Walla Valley wine recommendations

    Walla Walla Valley wine recommendations
    Walla Walla makes its mark Most Walla Walla wines are too young and too new to be well known. Following are some of the more available. 2005 Amavi Cellars Walla Walla Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. Aromas of rye bread, red cherry, espresso grounds and...
  • Corned beef for breakfast? Try it, you might lose weight

     
    A while back we reported on a study presented at an annual meeting of the Endocrine Society that showed that people who ate a sizable breakfast lost more weight and kept it off compared with those who ate a small......
  • Euro Pane 2.0, beery Spring St., Wolfgang Puck's 'dan dan' dumplings at the Ritz

     
    The new Euro Pane: It's been 16 years since Sumi Chang opened her bakery, Euro Pane, on Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena, where a devout clientele file in for croissants, almond toast, danishes, cinnamon rolls and cult favorites such as her......
  • Paul V. Coates – Confidential File, Jan. 9, 1960

     
    Mash Notes and Comment “Dear Mr. Coates: “It is again our privilege to have a dance date for the purpose of raising funds for the ‘March of Dimes’ Saturday evening, Jan. 23. “We were unfortunate in having you at our last year’s date and we...
  • Free Arby's Burger

    And it's a tasty looking one!!!! It's Arby's new Roast Burger (and man, is it loaded). All you have to do is buy a drink. Simple as that. Roast beef, bacon, chedder, red onions...I'm salivating. Now my stomach is grumbling. MMMM... Just click on...