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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterI'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...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAt Fraiche in Culver City, duck rillettes arrive formed into fat cubes lined up in a row next to cheerful dots of mustard aioli, each one smaller than the one before. The rillettes -- duck cooked in its own fat until its becomes a rich, delectable pate of...
Special to The TimesANTIQUE STORES and thrift shops rule Magnolia Boulevard -- the main artery of Burbank's Magnolia Park neighborhood -- but that doesn't mean the area is stuck in a dusty past. Founded in 1923, the quarter roughly bounded by Hollywood Way on the west and...
Though it's an American beer style that originated in the 19th century, you may never have heard of cream ale. But you probably won't have any trouble drinking it. It's fermented at warm temperatures, like an ale but then stored at cold temperatures the...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWATCH as prime, aged meats -- steaks from the Midwest, Wagyu beef from Australia, true Kobe from Japan, Colorado lamb chops -- sizzle over an olivewood and charcoal fire. A waiter trots by with someone's "tomahawk," a 23-ounce dry-aged Nebraska rib-eye...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCa' 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...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterShe's wearing white knee socks and black high-heeled Mary Janes, a ruffled headband, and a short petticoat-lined dress with puff sleeves, rounded collar and a patch-pocket apron, and she's here to pour your tea and serve cucumber finger sandwiches....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWITH THE surfeit of steakhouses in L.A. right now, I find myself wishing my grandfather, a Nebraska cattleman, were still alive. It would be great fun to take this die-hard meat 'n' potatoes guy around and get his reaction to L.A.'s new breed of...
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...
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Times Staff WriterNo one comes to Sin City to meditate, take a yoga class, hang out in a hotel room. But my sister and I, excitement seekers just like you, did. Here's why: Two new hotels, one a few blocks from the Strip, the other in a secluded part of the Mandalay Bay...
Times Food EditorIf someone told you to go soak your bird, you might take offense. But it could be the best cooking advice you've ever gotten. Brining--essentially soaking meat or poultry in a solution of salt and cold water--has long been used as a preliminary step in...
Special to The TimesA sprawling black stingray glided toward me as I lazed on my inflatable raft, moving as gracefully as a magic carpet through the clear, waist-deep water. It resembled Caribbean scenes I'd seen a hundred times on TV commercials. But this wasn't a cruise...
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