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  • Lesley Bargar Suter

    Dine Editor

    Suter oversees all dining and food coverage in Los Angeles. In May 2012, Suter took home a James Beard Award, the first ever awarded for food coverage in a general-interest publication. She has lent her culinary know-how to national publications including Saveur and Conde Nast Traveler, has appeared on a number of television and radio programs including Fox’s Hell’s Kitchen and Top Chef Masters, and is a regular guest on KCRW’s Good Food. She began her career as an Associate Editor at the music magazine Filter and later served as Editor-In-Chief of the alternative weekly newspaper L.A. Alternative.

 

Edible Manhattan

From bagels to bucatini, the restaurant scene in the Big Apple is worth a trip all its own Read more...

Video: How To Dye Easter Eggs with Fruits N’ Veggies

Local fancy foodstuffs retailer Good Eggs shows us how it’s done Read more...

We’re Kvelling! Balaboosta Pop-Up in May at Fred Segal Mauro’s Café

Because Passover is just whetting our appetite Read more...


First Word: Brian Malarkey on His New L.A. Project

Herringbone L.A. is on the horizon. Read more...

Hakkasan

Opening in L.A. was not a stretch for Hakkasan, which has branches in Dubai and Las Vegas. Read more...

Orsa & Winston

Named after the chef’s pooches, this new restaurant is a genteel departure from Josef Centeno’s more casual Bäco Mercat and Bar Amá. Read more...

20 Cuisines You Probably Didn’t Know L.A. Had

From Burmese tealeaf salads to Aussie meat pies doused in ketchup, some uncommonly delicious tastes you must try. Read more...

Around L.A. In 80 Cuisines

When it comes to its variety of international eats, L.A. is peerless. From Singaporean skewers to flaky Serbian Pastries, you can explore just about every country’s cuisine without crossing the county line. Grab your passport (and your appetite) and join us for the trip Read more...

Eek! David Nayfeld's Culinary Version of Nails on a Chalkboard

Nayfeld is the first chef in rotation who will lead the soon-to-open Fifty Seven in downtown's Arts District Read more...

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