Timothy Hollingsworth Talks About His Time on ‘The Final Table,’ Netflix’s Big Cooking Competition

City Guide Los Angeles January 22, 2019 0 Comments

The Otium and Freeplay chef opens up the challenges of pleasing so many different judges In November 2018, Netflix released all 10 episodes of its first global cooking competition show, The Final Table, which starred 24 chefs from around the world, including two with strong roots in Los Angeles. One was former Mexicali Taco chef Esdras Ochoa, who was actually…

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Beloved Downtown LA Soul Food Restaurant Opens Second Location in Inglewood

City Guide Los Angeles January 22, 2019 0 Comments

Comfort L.A. expands into Inglewood with a new brunch menu and sights on locals Comfort L.A.’s been gathering steam since transitioning from pop-up to brick and mortar in 2015. The owners opened a second location in Inglewood today, and it’s meant to land with a bang in a neighborhood rich with soul food, and only blocks away from the forthcoming…

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April Bloomfield Closes Hollywood’s Troubled Hearth & Hound Tonight

City Guide Los Angeles January 19, 2019 0 Comments

There’s one final service this evening Hollywood restaurant the Hearth & Hound will close tonight, ending an up-and-down yearlong saga for what was at one time among the most anticipated openings in Los Angeles. The Sunset Boulevard restaurant only opened in December 2017. Eater confirmed that the final night of service for celebrated chef April Bloomfield’s restaurant is tonight, and…

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Eater LA Launches Live Events at the Ace Hotel

City Guide Los Angeles January 18, 2019 0 Comments

Eater’s first panel discussion will cover the impact of Instagram on restaurants Eater Talks: Is Instagram Ruining Restaurants? Wednesday, February 6 — 6:30 pm Eater LA is delighted to announce a new live event series. Instagram — and how it’s changing dining culture — is the subject of the first panel discussion at the Ace Hotel. From the clickbait food…

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LA Restaurants Offering Deals For Striking LAUSD Teachers

City Guide Los Angeles January 18, 2019 0 Comments

There is relief in the form of food, coffee, beignets, and margaritas It’s been a nasty first week for Los Angeles teachers. While educators and supporters protested in front of schools, they saw five days of heavy rain. Unless the Los Angeles teachers union (UTLA) and the school district (LAUSD) reach a deal, this coming Monday will start the second…

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