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Formerly Little Pedro's, this incarnation returns to the room's roots, with decor evoking its start as a turn-of-the-century brothel.
Yvon Goetz used to be the chef at David Wilhelm's long-defunct but excellent Chat Noir. Goetz was the reason it was excellent. Now at his own... More »
In the parlance of authentic pizza in OC, Pizza e Vino bubbles above the rest. It has a true wood-fired oven in which its hand-tossed, doughy discs blister and crisp... More »
Located in the Quail Hill Center, Bacchus Secret Cellar Wine Shoppe & Bar is the ultimate outpost for imbibers. The high ceilings, plush... More »
Not sure if there's a restaurant in OC that serves it, but the best wine since the days of Dionysus is Commandaria St. John, an elixir from Cyprus that's... More »
The Hobbit is from a dying breed, a group of the proud and the expensive that once included La Vie en Rose, The Arches, and The Riviera at The Fireside‚?"places that had... More »
Ever heard the joke about how drinking Coors Light is like having sex in a canoe? Because both are fucking close to water? It's an old, tired joke, sure, but back when Santa Ana's Mayor-for-Life Miguel Pulido was a wide-eyed innocent, 3.2 percent beer was all that was available in OC. Those days are happily going the way of the Great Park boondoggle. The craft-beer revolution, which reached...
Not long after Pascal Olhats closed his 24-year-old flagship restaurant, Tradition, news came that another Frenchman, Christophe Eme of LA's Ortolan, was eyeing the space. That wasn't to be. Instead, the Newport Beach spot was inherited by husband-and-wife team John Hughes and Hyun-Sook (Juliette) Chung, who previously owned the Filling Station in Orange.
The Hobbit is from a dying breed, a group of the proud and expensive that once included La Vie en Rose, the Arches, and the Riviera at the Fireside—places that had their heyday when eating out was still called dining, men were required to wear dinner jackets, and the cost per person was about the same as a ticket to Disneyland. But even among those, the Hobbit is distinguished. Instead...
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