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Josh Loeb and Zoe Nathan are no strangers when it comes to making outstanding restaurants (Rustic Canyon, Milo & Olive, Huckleberry) and...
What happens when you team up a James Beard semi-finalist and a wine genius? Meet Hayden. Located inside Platform, this too-cool-to-be-true ...
Los Angeles has waited and waited for chef Daniel Mattern and baker Roxana Jullapat (formerly at Campanile, A.O.C., and Cooks County) to ope...
There's something about "The Juice". You instantly want to like it, just like "The Dude". And then you find out there are even more reasons ...
Downtown LA hasn’t always been a dining hotspot, but thriving places like Bestia, Shibumi, Otium and recently Broken Spanish, are rapidly ma...
“Under the radar”, “hidden gem”, “underrated”... Papilles is certainly not the pretentious and overpriced French restaurant you typically fi...
The key to a great croissant lies in its lamination. Frederic and Laila Laski, the French husband-and-wife team behind Chaumont Bakery, know...
Have you ever heard of Cali-French cuisine? Wilfrid Hocquet, a South of France chef trained in Michelin-starred brigades (Alain Ducasse, Dan...
LA isn’t lacking in high-end pizza (Pizzeria Mozza, Sotto, Pizzana...), but Cosa Buona is the casual red sauce joint we desperately needed. ...
Sapp Coffee Shop should be called Sapp Noodle Shop. You want to come here for their jade noodles: green vermicelli with crab, duck and caram...
Los Angeles has never been known for its barbecues. But that was before Maple Block and its brisket. Daniel Vaughn, the BBQ editor at Texas ...
Matsumoto is the kind of secret you’ll never want to share. The atmosphere is soft, warmer than other sushi restaurants. The service is atte...