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Rustic Canyon

Dish By DishLos Angeles

How Andy Doubrava Made Rustic Canyon’s Menu His Own, In Six Dishes

When Andy Doubrava took over as executive chef of Rustic Canyon in 2019, it was an easy transition. He and…

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InterviewsLos Angeles

At Union, Being There for Pasadena Means Taking Care of People First

Some restaurants are so integral to a neighborhood, it’s hard to believe they haven’t been there for decades. Union is…

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Horses

The RundownLos Angeles

Everything You Need to Know About Horses, Now Open in Hollywood

Before you go to a restaurant, what do you need to know most? In our series The Rundown, we’re sharing…

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Hippo

The RundownLos Angeles

At Highland Park’s Hippo, It’s Like a Dinner Party Every Night

Before you go to a restaurant, what do you need to know most? In our series The Rundown, we’re sharing…

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The Hit ListLos Angeles

The October Hit List: Mohawk Bend, Edobox, Berbere, and More

When summer winds down in the rest of the country, we’re still enjoying an endless string of sunny, warm days.…

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Dish By DishLos Angeles

How Teresa Montaño Riffs on Spain at Otoño, As Seen Through Five Dishes

For Teresa Montaño, the Los Angeles chef who opened progessive Spanish-inspired restaurant Otoño in 2018, it’s not just a multivalent…

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Chef FeaturesLos Angeles

David Kuo Brought the Westside the Taiwanese Soul Food It Needed

Since 2016, Little Fatty has been a sole source of Taiwanese comfort food west of the 405. That’s notable because it’s…

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GuidesLos Angeles

The Resy Guide to Power Lunches Around Los Angeles

With the entertainment industry and all the business that feeds it, L.A. will always be the quintessential power-lunch town. Making…

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The Hit ListLos Angeles

The September Hit List: Issima, Antico Nuovo, Wise Sons, and More

It might be September, but it only feels like autumn because kids are back in school. The air is still…

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Kismet

InterviewsLos Angeles

The Duo at Kismet Has Seen the Future, and It Will Be Better

In Arabic, the word “kismet” means destiny, which is fitting for Sara Kramer and Sarah Hymanson’s popular Los Feliz restaurant.…

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