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  • Sky's the limit at high-flying Kumo

    IN the mood to swan through a chic, new sushi restaurant and unburden yourself of a good chunk of change? But, here's the hitch, you're not very hungry. Have I got the restaurant for you. Kumo Restaurant in West Hollywood has all the requisite elements...
  • Chef José Andrés comes to conquer L.A. with the Bazaar

    Chef José Andrés comes to conquer L.A. with the Bazaar
    JOSÉ ANDRÉS, always charming, is the life of the party at a soiree in the Hollywood Hills, and guests are circling around him next to the infinity pool. Chef Andrés is scooping caviar onto slices of jamón ibérico (ham from the black-footed pigs of Spain),...
  • At new Goudas & Vines, tough times call for innovation

    At new Goudas & Vines, tough times call for innovation
    As local businesses feel the pinch of the tightening economy, some small restaurants and retail market owners are hanging on to their slice of the pie with a little creative name-swapping and neighborhood hopping. In April, 31-year-old grocer Brandon Kim...
  • A look back at some memorable restaurant meals

    A look back at some memorable restaurant meals
    It's impossible to capture the delights and terrors of a year of eating out in Los Angeles in a single short list. Some meals I'd rather forget, thank you. But others, the ones that yielded dishes that are still fresh and vibrant in memory, are the ones...
  • Bar Pintxo: Near the beach, a bit of Spain

    Tell me, what food-loving traveler can visit San Sebastian in the Spanish Basque country and not fall head over heels for pintxos (pronounced "peenchos"), the local version of tapas? It happened to me. It's happened to countless other foodies...
  • Entertaining with an entree-free dinner

    Entertaining with an entree-free dinner
    You gather with family and friends in the evening as the heat of the day starts to fade and the first cool ocean breezes begin to blow in, thick and sweet as honey. The bright white light of afternoon gradually dims to twilight's shades of blue and gray....
  • Your next pop-up restaurant: Bloody Bill's at Libertine. Plus, William Annesley to open Fatty's Cajun honky-tonk

     
    "Everything I hunt, I cook nose-to-tail, and I butcher everything myself," British chef William Annesley proudly declares. Fitting for an avid hunter and cook who has cheerily branded himself as "Bloody Bill." Annesley has worked as a private chef for.......
  • In Seattle, it's all about authentic dining

    Seattle Spring may already have spread its wings in L.A., but in Seattle, the sun bursts through the platinum clouds only occasionally. That's fine with me, because I'm not here to bask in the sunshine; I'm here to eat. And in Seattle, it's serious...
  • Walking historic Barcelona, Spain one step at a time

    Barcelona, Spain People who like to walk will never be lonely in Barcelona. This city -- with its rich history, Roman ruins, Gothic cathedrals, Art Nouveau-inspired apartment buildings and hyper-modern hotels -- invites the closer look that you can get...