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The menu at Baco Mercat reads almost like a graduate exam in culinary poststructuralism, mixing flavors from Italy, France and western China, Georgia (U.S.) and Georgia... More »
Metro Cafe is everybody‚??s favorite secret restaurant, a faux-‚??50s diner attached to a stucco chain motel that just happens to serve steamed trout on garlicky greens... More »
The Italian deli Bay Cities makes a decent turkey sandwich, a loud, greasy meatball sandwich and a very respectable hero, but the sandwich of choice here is a monster... More »
Imagine one of a thousand small Parisian cafes or wine bars with sidewalk seating and classic plats du jour, then plunk it down in the southeast corner of the Farmers... More »
This is the only Soviet-centric business for the local Russian community, and the three stout women who run the store ensure their creations don't disappoint. Produce is... More »
Los Angeles isn't exactly Chicago or Greenpoint, Brooklyn, when it comes to Polish cooking - the local Polish community just isn't that big. But you can find Polish salamis... More »
They have about the most authentic Hungarian food to be found without a passport. Try eating as they do in Eastern Europe-smorgasbord-style... More »
Wilshire is a serious, farmers-market-driven restaurant cleverly disguised as the kind of Santa Monica hotspot where one might consort with supermodels. It... More »
At White Harte Pub in Woodland Hills, the refined brick-and-beams look meshes with iron chairs and a bright red London telephone booth to create a casual British pub... More »
Situated near Universal Studios in the heart of Studio City, the Fox & Hounds is a traditional British pub that belies its San Fernando Valley location. With a... More »
Like so many trends in Los Angeles, the wine bar scene here seemingly took forever to develop. But in the last decade, it has burst into bloom with energy and creativity. Wine bars have become part of the city's vinous fabric, places to try new wines (or beers), to learn about wine, to nosh and, as often as not, eat a full meal, too. There are wine bar restaurants, wine bar jazz clubs, wine...
At his downtown restaurant Bäco Mercat, Josef Centeno has a wildly eclectic approach to food that is less fusion than playful, Garanimals mix-and-match. (It's perhaps not entirely accidental that the name of the place sounds like a beast right out of Doctor Dolittle.) Texas-born, Daniel Boulud– and Manresa-trained, with a penchant for Spanish sauces and...
The last time we saw the Rave-Ups -- was it at the Music Machine or Raji's? -- we weren't exactly on our best behavior. But those days are over. Or are they? Now the Rave-Ups are playing "An Evening of Art, Live Music and Great Food" -- so, yeah, those days are over. While diners bask in the art of Gronk and Gus Harper, Il Moro's lovely patio is the setting for the Rave-Ups' rootsy rock. Many...
This is a nice (small) club to catch a show. I saw The Ton-Tons there a while back, and they sounded great.Read Full Review
Squid Ink is always raving about this place. I now see why.Read Full Review
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