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  • Apéritifs help start the night on a positive note

    Apéritifs help start the night on a positive note
    As life gets ever more hectic, I rely more and more on the civilized custom of a before-dinner apéritif. Sometimes it's all I can do to make it to that magical hour when I'm handed a Campari and soda or a glass of rosé and take a first bite of dusky olive...
  • Wine of the Week: 2010 Trajarinho Vinho Verde

    Wine of the Week: 2010 Trajarinho Vinho Verde
    In Porto, I remember eating sardines grilled outside a little restaurant near the sea accompanied by gulps of chilled vinho verde. It's easier to find the wine here now, and this bottling is well worth seeking out. Look for the characteristic tall slope-...
  • The Review: L'Epicerie Market in Culver City

    The Review: L'Epicerie Market in Culver City
    At L'Epicerie Market in Culver City, the escargots arrive in a small heap on the plate, not served in the usual shells but napped in a silky white wine sauce with ribbons of ham and velvety leaves of sautéed spinach. The dish is escargots in the style...
  • Critic's Choice: Tapas in L.A.

    Critic's Choice: Tapas in L.A.
    The Spanish are on to a good thing with tapas, those lusty little bites that bars in Spain put out in the early evening. Ever wondered how the Spanish can eat dinner at 11 or later? Because they stave off hunger pangs and socialize earlier in the...
  • Counter Intelligence: LàOn Dining

    Counter Intelligence: LàOn Dining
    For all of the hundreds of restaurants in L.A.'s Koreatown, tucked behind untranslated signs and inside barely marked skyscrapers, in sleek malls and dusty strip centers, the area has never had much in the way of recognizable chefs. Generations of Los...
  • Best meals of 2011

    Best meals of 2011
    The best meals of the year aren't necessarily about foie gras and truffles, or indulgent tasting menus, or even the technically best cooking of 2011. They're those dinners that surprised and delighted, that wove food and wine and friendship together in...
  • Food Events: The Taste, Korean tapas, beer garden, Simply diVine

     
    4 food events: Korean Tapas at LaOn; the L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center's "Simply diVine: A Summer Soiree for the Senses"; a pop-up beer garden in Pasadena; and The Taste....
  • L'Epicerie teams up with chef Sébastien Archambault

     
    Just when I thought I had a fix on L’Epicerie, the newish café/grocery/wine shop in Culver City from Thierry Perez (ex-Fraiche, Providence, etc.), he's making a new move. He's bringing in French chef Sébastien Archambault as chef and partner....
  • 5 Questions for Joshua Whigham

     
    Joshua Whigham is chef de cuisine at Jose Andres' Bazaar at the SLS Hotel, L.A.'s Philippe Starck-designed temple of modern and traditional Spanish cuisine. Whigham's from Florida -- so he likes orange juice, but also calves liver sashimi.... What’s...
  • 'LudoBites America' pops up at Casa Pulido in Redondo Beach tomorrow (you can call for reservations today)

     
    LudoBites is returning to L.A. This time it's for TV. "LudoBites America" -- the coming television series based on Ludo and Krissy Lefebvre's pop-up restaurant LudoBites -- is taping its final episode at Casa Pulido in Redondo Beach (the show......
  • The Agenda: $5 tapas at Tinto

     
    With only a couple of days left in 2010 and the holiday season almost behind you, you could probably use a pitcher of sangria and a few plates of $5 tapas shared among friends — or downed solo at the bar. At the midpoint between two massive holiday...