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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 »
Is it possible that owners Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger, who worked the marriage of Mexican cuisine and New American grill cooking a full decade before the guys... More »
Beyond the roasted chicken that earned the chain its reputation, El Pollo Inka?s menu is filled with the seafood dishes typical of Lima?s industrial port... More »
El Baron in Culver City is a pupuseria with a night club problem. See, the steaming rounds of freshly fried masa, pushed to the limit inside with pork skins, cheese, loroco... More »
This intimate live-music bar and restaurant is tucked into the Gower Gulch mini-mall, which was once the stellar nexus of early Tinseltown... More »
It is a maxim of Los Angeles food culture that you'll find some of the best meals in the oddest places, in run-down strip malls or seemingly abandoned building complexes. Pollo a la Brasa looks less like a restaurant than like a folklorist's dream of one: a Peruvian chicken shack wedged into a well-trafficked Koreatown intersection, pungent smoke rising from the rotisserie...
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...
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The title of this R&B veteran's new studio disc tells you what you need to know: On Let It Be Roberta: Flack Sings the Beatles, that's precisely what she does, albeit in an appealingly schizophrenic style that honors the Fab Four's bone-deep eclecticism...
Located right off of San Fernando's main drag in downtown Burbank lies this simple, yet classy Brazilian churrascaria. It's a whirlwind experience. Once you've been seated, you get right back up and grab some exquisite, however basic, salad & side dishes from the buffet (like Brazilian rice, black beans & sausage, and assorted sautéed veggies). Once you are b...Read Full Review
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