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The Mexico City to Los Angeles Restaurant Pipeline Has Never Been Stronger

Mexico City is having a moment in L.A. Between Silver Lake’s newest sushi bar, Santo, Frogtown mariscos hotspot Loreto and sister…

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Why the Westside Is So Hot Right Now

You know the type: small plates, raw and/or tinned fish, housemade bread, wood-fired vegetables. The natural wine is flowing, chill…

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The New Baroo Is Worth the Wait

For a restaurant that began as a 16-seater in an East Hollywood strip mall with no signage, reappeared down the…

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Alice Lam flowers.

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Behind the Scenes With L.A.’s Most Sought-After Restaurant Florist

At Tonchin on Melrose on a recent weekday morning, vats of tonkotsu broth in various stages of completion simmer in…

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How The Galley, Age 90, Became Santa Monica’s Most Beloved Nautical Dive

The mermaid seated comfortably in a canoe that levitates above the entrance is the first thing that tells you this…

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The Artist Jake Clark Has Many Muses, and They’re All Classic Restaurants

The artist Jake Clark is known for his colorful ceramic tributes to the classic restaurants of New York, Los Angeles,…

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The Future of Tinned Fish Is Now, in a Restaurant Near You

It’s Saturday night at Kippered, a self-described “tinned fish and Champagne bar” in Downtown Los Angeles, and the low-lit jewelbox…

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Rediscovering a Knife, and a Legacy, at Anajak Thai

A yanagiba, which translates to “willow leaf blade,” is a long, slender knife from Sakai, Japan, prized by sushi chefs…

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How Spago Changed Everything

Spago opened on a chilly evening in January 1982. The first night, 21 Rolls-Royces jammed into the restaurant’s tiny parking lot…

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At Alta Adams, a Community’s Story Is Told on the Walls

In the open kitchen at Alta Adams, the various threads of California cooking, Southern flavors, and chef Keith Corbin’s West…

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