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This week, a downtown favorite shut its doors, a famous deli decided to close up shop and move on, and an L.A. chef brought his love of frozen treats to Sin City. Here's a look at the latest restaurant news out of Los Angeles and beyond. French Garden,...
The American Institute of Architects has released this year's nominees for the Restaurant Design People’s Choice Awards and voting is now open online. A jury including architect George Kelley, writer and editor Margot Dougherty and restaurateur...
CANNES, France — Visitors exiting the Carlton hotel's front door on this city's beachfront main street this week can't help but see a giant map of France with Cannes listed as being a "Safe Zone." "This Is the Safest Place to Be," one poster...
CANNES, France -- A trip to Le Marche, the film market at Cannes, is always a tonic experience. The energy created by the unabashed desire to make large sums of money is a refreshing change of pace after the more rarefied experiences of other parts of the...
Tags: Movies, Allergies, Japan, Action (Movie Genre), Film Festivals
It was a big job, but somebody had to do it, said editors at the Daily Meal. So they set out to recognize Asia’s top 101 restaurants. The list, which took six months to compile, includes restaurants in 25 cities. China topped the charts with 28...
SAO PAULO, Brazil — Fernando Kuroda didn't like eating chankonabe at first, because he was forced to eat so much of the thick stew that he would get sick and could barely walk. "They would just fill me up and fill me up with food, or I wasn't...
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Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticAngelini Osteria is almost everyone's favorite Italian restaurant in midtown: an informal room with well-designed trattoria cooking, a place to settle into for a plate of bombolotti or a Sunday saltimbocca, where whatever diet you happen to be on at the...
Marine biologist Dan Madigan stood on a dock in San Diego and considered some freshly caught Pacific bluefin tuna. The fish had managed to swim 5,000 miles from their spawning grounds near Japan to California's shores, only to end up the catch of local...
Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticIf you are the kind of diner who gets hung up on first impressions, M.A.K.E., Matthew Kenney's raw-vegan restaurant in Santa Monica Place, may not be for you. It is not just on the dining deck but actually in the mall's food court, so to get to it you...
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Eating at Coachella is one of my favorite things to do, and not because the food is stellar. It could be from the exhaustion of running tirelessly over the fields from stage to stage, or the heat, but each year I drop all semblance of a sensible diet...
Ever made -- or heard of -- onigiri? A couple of years ago, food writer Sonoko Sakai did a great piece on onigiri for Food. She wrote: "Onigiri is a quick and satisfying Japanese fast food made with rice. You might find some resemblance to those sushi...
This post has been corrected. See the note at the bottom for details.Urasawa, the rave-inspiring Beverly Hills sushi restaurant where the average check is $1,111, is being fined many times that amount over labor violations. California Labor Commissioner Julie A. Su wrote in a citation that the eatery will face a $65,...
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