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  • Game for good eats at tailgate parties

    Game for good eats at tailgate parties
    Whether your tailgate includes a custom grill setup and team color-coordinated tents or a simple picnic on a well-worn blanket, no pre-game ritual is complete without the spread. This is one party that's as much about the food as it is about fans and...
  • Counter Intelligence: Industriel's aggravating fusion

    Counter Intelligence: Industriel's aggravating fusion
    Industriel, it should be mentioned, is a restaurant that can leave a certain kind of person sputtering with rage. It is decorated in a kind of Depression chic, for one thing. Walls are paneled with old wooden soda crates. Banquettes are upholstered in a...
  • Counter Intelligence: Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Littlefork takes a big-eats turn north

    Counter Intelligence: Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Littlefork takes a big-eats turn north
    Across the street from the Hollywood post office, a few short blocks from the 1930s complex that calls itself Crossroads of the World, Littlefork is an improbably rustic roadhouse in the middle of old Hollywood — a spare tavern, a slash of neon...
  • Counter Intelligence: Umamicatessen in downtown L.A.

    Counter Intelligence: Umamicatessen in downtown L.A.
    Everyone knows that Langer's serves the best pastrami sandwich in town. Guidebooks say so. National magazines say so. The subway disgorges so many Langer's-bound fressers that it has sometimes been called the Pastrami Express. Many of us think Langer's...
  • The Review: A1 Cucina Italiana in Beverly Hills

    The Review: A1 Cucina Italiana in Beverly Hills
    It's been years since Alto Palato closed, yet I can't drive down La Cienega past STK steakhouse without remembering the late Mauro Vincenti's last restaurant. I still see Vincenti in a cashmere golf sweater fussing over details. Danilo Terribili...
  • The Review: Black Hogg is a beguiling entry on Silver Lake scene

     The Review: Black Hogg is a beguiling entry on Silver Lake scene
    First of all, Black Hogg, the name of the new Silver Lake gastropub, doesn't refer to a heritage pig or even a plain old hog or wild boar. According to the staff, it takes its name from the alternative definition of hogg, which the Oxford English...
  • Counter Intelligence: Bizarra Capital, a dreamland Mexican-style gastropub

    Counter Intelligence: Bizarra Capital, a dreamland Mexican-style gastropub
    I'm not sure if it was the influence of some carne asada fries during a recent trip to San Diego or a dinner at Guelaguetza accompanied by a particularly potent dose of mezcal, but I had a dream about mole fries a few weeks ago. It was a rather vivid one,...
  • The Review: Water Grill gets back to the seafood basics

    The Review: Water Grill gets back to the seafood basics
    At Water Grill, the raw bar rules. Always has. And in downtown Los Angeles, Water Grill is an institution on the order of Tadich Grill in San Francisco (though not nearly as old). I don't know what it is about being away from home, but it seems to bring...
  • Counter Intelligence: Ración is Basque country

    Counter Intelligence: Ración is Basque country
    San Sebastian's old town may be the most food-intensive neighborhood in the world, with street after street of pintxos bars and taverns and roaring restaurants, and hundreds of counters heaped with shellfish, hams and roasted meat — the answer to...
  • Critic's Choice: Sandwiches that are a slice above

    Critic's Choice: Sandwiches that are a slice above
    Who wants to eat lunch inside on these perfect early summer days? A salad is too messy to eat from your lap unless you carry a cleaning kit with you. But a sandwich? That's why it was invented. You could pack your own peanut butter and jelly, but if you...
  • Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Corazón y Miel satisfies heart's desires

    Jonathan Gold | L.A. restaurant review: Corazón y Miel satisfies heart's desires
    "Corazón y miel," your waitress wants it to be known, is the signature dish of Corazón y Miel. Corazón y miel, hearts and honey, is a small bowl of warm, seared chicken hearts in a sweet, honeyed vinaigrette, tossed with a few slivers of onion, like a...