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Silver Lake (Los Angeles, California)

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  • The Dish: W Hollywood ready for the spotlight

    The Dish: W Hollywood ready for the spotlight
    The hotly anticipated W Hollywood is ready for its close-up. The über-modern hotel is set to open Thursday along with its resident restaurant, Delphine, and its two bars, Station Hollywood and the Living Room. Delphine is the work of Innovative Dining...
  • The Review: Vinoteque on Melrose

    The Review: Vinoteque on Melrose
    Through an open doorway on Melrose Avenue, up a few steps, is a secret garden with walls washed in burnt orange and tall wooden planter boxes filled with pretty lettuces, feathery fennel, carrots, chard and lemon grass. There, Chardonnay and Zinfandel...
  • Hatfield's is now serving on Melrose Avenue

    Hatfield's is now serving on Melrose Avenue
    Hatfield's opened Monday on Melrose Avenue: The white tablecloths, the toques worn by chef-owner Quinn Hatfield's kitchen staff and the tasting menus and painterly plating might be indicators of fine dining, but at the bar one can kick back to the emo...
  • Industrial strength styling

    Industrial strength styling
    IS "20th century industrial chic" an actual design style? No matter. This two-bedroom, 2 1/2-bath- room Silver Lake dandy is definitely one of a kind. This house is not for those who are seeking warm and fuzzy. There's no cuddling up to exposed pipes and...
  • School's open, the butcher is in

    STEAK school is open. The Butcher of Panzano -- aka Dario Cecchini, the most famous butcher in all of Italy -- announces his Officina della Bistecca (Steak Workshop) in the heart of Tuscany's Chianti Classico region: "In a very convivial and above all...
  • Housewares treated as art

    Housewares treated as art
    AT the soon-to-open Royal/T showroom for contemporary Japanese art and design in Culver City, a cafe will be staffed by waitresses in uniforms inspired by manga cartoons. The next time British lighting phenomenon Tom Dixon visits Los Angeles, he will be...
  • Home and garden events

    FEB. 7 Backyard retreats: Debra Prinzing, author of "Stylish Sheds and Elegant Hideaways," shares her ideas on how to create a personal backyard destination. 2 to 3:30 p.m. Theodore Payne Foundation for Wildflowers and Native Plants, 10459 Tuxford St.,...
  • Home and garden events throughout Southern California

    JAN. 31 Tiffany lecture: Margaret K. Hofer, curator of decorative arts at the New York Historical Society, will discuss the role women played in the design and manufacture of Tiffany Studios' leaded glass lamps. 7:30 p.m. Art Center College of Design,...
  • El Caserio Silver Lake has pan-Latin charm

    THE pork chop on my plate is twice as thick as the Michelin Guide. Lightly seared and faintly rosy at the center, it has the heft and juiciness you'd expect of a chop served at Jar or BLD. It's accompanied by a silky sauce redolent of cream and roasted...
  • Home datebook

    APRIL 18 Native plants: The South Coast chapter of the California Native Plant Society presents its 15th annual spring garden tour led by landscape consultants and designers Ric Dykzeul and Tony Baker. 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. $20 to $25. Reservations: (310)...
  • Review: 2005 Opine Cellars 'The Offering' Central Coast Red

    Curt Schalchlin made only 450 cases of "The Offering," his lush, Rhône-style blend of 70% Syrah with 30% Grenache, all sourced from named Central Coast vineyards. He apprenticed at Barrel 27 Wine Co. in Santa Maria, and as wine prices continue to soar, he...
  • Chefs' salad secrets revealed

    ALTHOUGH Southern California menus are filled with salad options year-round, chefs often find renewed inspiration as warm weather arrives. Readers of our Culinary SOS column, which brings requested restaurant recipes into The Times' test kitchen for...