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Lukshon, tucked next to Father's Office in the Helms Bakery complex, is Sang Yoon's most completely realized concept yet, an edgy, grown-up restaurant serving an... More »
A staple on Sunset Boulevard since 1999, Saddle Ranch attracts tourists and Angelenos for its famous bull riding and outdoor patios with stone campfire pits and views of the... More »
Stepping into the San Gabriel Asian-influenced restaurant Green Zone's sleek and modern dining room, it's easy to forget you just parked at a jam-packed... More »
Yamato, located in the old Euro-Chow space, held onto its predecessor's fancy decor and grandiose space but lost the high-end prices, at least during happy... More »
Baccali Cafe & Rotisserie is a Hong Kong-style cafe, which means you can find many things on this spacious, high-ceilinged restaurant's menu. Rotisserie... More »
You're walking Western Avenue when you suddenly notice an old-timey cruise ship coming at you from the back of a narrow lot set back from the road. Don't worry, you've... More »
Perched in the Hollywood Hills, Yamashiro (meaning "mountain palace"), was once a private estate with polished gardens, and has been open to the public, as a Japanese... More »
Enter a twinkling town square off Sixth Street in Koreatown, squeeze up a stockroom stairwell lined with crates of sake and enter into something of a grand ballroom, which looks... More »
Just when you thought they couldn't possibly squeeze another nightclub onto the Walk of Fame, this big and beauteous booŽte from restaurateur Mike Viscuso (the king of San... More »
American cooking is a thing of brute force: Even at its best it relies on big, bold flavors to seduce us. Traditionally, whole senses go ignored in Western restaurants — who knows what you might smell, other than the sizzle of the grill? Who cares what you might hear, other than the din of noisy diners, the drone of soft jazz? Even on the plate, flavor trumps all — visual...
It's hard to call what Sang Yoon does at Lukshon "fusion," any more than you'd use the word to describe the imaginative fiddlings of any great chef; the term gets used because the building blocks are Asian and the outcome isn't always familiar. Or, rather, it's familiar right until the knockout punch. There's lamb tartare with cumin and pickled Fresno chilis, punctuated by...
The drink is called the Chin-Up, which seems inadequate as solace, halfhearted as a name. It blends Beefeater's gin and Cynar, a peculiar digestif containing cynarine, the active ester that gives the artichoke its odd aftertaste. It is finished with muddled cucumber, a splash of vermouth, a pinch of salt.
It is not a drink you would ever in your life ask for, and yet there it is...
How many fine dine places do you know that has on their daily menu "Organic Vegan Soup of the Day"? This 19 table gem with indoor and outdoor seating has been serving Los Angeles since 1995 but only in the last five years having concerns about the quality of the standard diet did Owner Chef Hideyo (who prepares ALL meals himself) decide to use organic...Read Full Review
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