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  • Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill opens at L.A. Live

    Wolfgang Puck Bar  &   Grill opens at L.A. Live
    Puck really knows how to pick them. Locations, that is. Wolfgang Puck, who burst onto the scene in 1982 with a little place called Spago, has just opened a new restaurant downtown at L.A. Live. Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill sits center stage, right on the L....
  • SUMMER AND SMOKE

    SUMMER AND SMOKE
    IN the beginning, there was wood. And it was good. But it was awfully inconvenient. The appeal of wood smoke is almost primal. In fact, just those two words by themselves are enough to make you hungry. Along with the smells of ripe tomatoes and...
  • Recipe: Pork Chops With Tarragon Cream

      Note: Test Kitchen Director Donna Deane made the list twice this year, with her second win this deceptively luxurious main course that can be put together in less than half an hour. She recommends serving this with steamed winter squash, perfect for...
  • 2007 Produttori del Barbaresco Nebbiolo delle Langhe

    2007 Produttori del Barbaresco Nebbiolo delle Langhe
    A classic expression of Nebbiolo from one of the best wine cooperatives in the world, Barbaresco's baby bro carries a taste of black cherries and earth from the Langhe region around Alba. Elegant and chiseled, it's a bit softer than a Barbaresco, just...
  • Ca' Brea reopens, tries to revive its allure

    Ca' Brea is back, after being closed nearly a year for renovations. And, for the first time in a long while, chef-owner Antonio Tommasi, who founded the place in 1991 with Jean-Louis de Mori, is playing a much more active role in what's coming out of...
  • Recipe: Spalla di maiale (pork chops with Tuscan kale)

    Recipe: Spalla di maiale (pork chops with Tuscan kale)
      Dario Cecchini, the Tuscan meat-cutter who may just be the most famous butcher in the world, came to Los Angeles this year to visit friends. What does a meat man do on vacation? Cook meat, of course. While the story was focused around his phenomenal...
  • At Melrose Bar & Grill, a savvy new approach

    I'M flipping through the hefty reserve wine list at the new Melrose Bar & Grill in West Hollywood and can't believe my eyes: 23 wines from Alsace and more than 20 Champagnes and sparkling wines at a restaurant where the pub steak is just $17. The more...
  • Hong Kong-style coffee shops in Southern California

    There are so many Hong Kong-style coffee shops in the San Gabriel Valley that devotees usually gravitate to one that makes a favorite comfort food the way they like it. But we love the following restaurants for distinctive personalities and food that sets...
  • That mesquite mystique

    IT had a beautiful aroma. There was something roasted, like coffee or chocolate, then a stronger smell suggesting some fruit (perhaps dried cherries -- or was that coconut?) together with a note of spice: cinnamon, maybe nutmeg. The mystery substance was...
  • The Review: Rivera in downtown Los Angeles

    The Review: Rivera in downtown Los Angeles
    John Rivera Sedlar, the chef who brought us Saint Estephe, Bikini and Abiquiu (may they all rest in peace) is back and back in a big way. At the new Rivera within shouting distance of L.A. Live, the 54-year-old chef is firing on all cylinders. Rivera is...
  • Tracht's translates Jar in Long Beach

    Suzanne Tracht, one of L.A.'s top chefs, known for her delightful take on the classic pot roast and other chophouse fare, has opened her second restaurant six years after she founded Jar. And surprise, it's not in West Hollywood or Santa Monica: It's in...