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6 Brand New Eateries That Opened This Week Across Los Angeles

City Guide Los Angeles March 25, 2016 0 Comments

Housemade ramen noodles, more healthy eats in Watts, and a South Bay shabu shabu specialist Here now, Eater LA compiles some of the more notable openings scattered throughout Los Angeles. Every week we’ll be tackling new places to check out in various neighborhoods. Any new spots that we might’ve missed? Hit the tipline. March 25, 2016: Venice— There’s a new ramen…

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Argumentative Dallas Chef John Tesar Wages War With LA Critic Jonathan Gold

City Guide Los Angeles March 24, 2016 0 Comments

It’s getting mean out there In one of the weirder online gripe sessions you’ll see this week, argumentative Dallas chef John Tesar has been yelling at LA Times critic Jonathan Gold all day on Twitter. Tesar calls Gold to the mat for “talking out of school” about Dallas’ restaurant scene and its place in the world. The argument stems from a Plate…

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The Shuttered Hollywood Corner Still Hopes to Transition Into Casual Craft Beer Bar

City Guide Los Angeles March 24, 2016 0 Comments

Golden Craft could be taking a little while to come to life Competition is getting stiff along Highland in Hollywood, as relative newcomers like Blue Window and the reborn Salt’s Cure battle it out against popular picks like Petit Trois and Mozza. Just up the street, longtime casual lunch and dinner option The Hollywood Corner seems to have caved from all…

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14 Exceptional Macaron Spots in Los Angeles, Updated

City Guide Los Angeles March 23, 2016 0 Comments

Just in time for Easter There are few better confections than the French macaron. Crisp little disks of almond-based meringues give way to richly flavored fillings that work together to create the most beautiful interplay of textural contrast, and the pastry’s gem hues make them a surefire way to brighten anyone’s day. We asked Eater readers for their favorite macarons…

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The 10 Finest Shawarma Specialists in Los Angeles

City Guide Los Angeles March 23, 2016 0 Comments

Is there anything better than fire-roasted, spit-shaved meat crammed into a sandwich or piled on a plate with rice, salad, and hummus? Popular theory suggests that the vertical spit arose in Turkey. Now the practice has spread all over the world, with many variations in the Middle East. It’s likely that no American city has benefited more from the tradition…

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