After sampling the better part of Los Angeles’s 20,000 or so bistros, gastropubs,
and grand halls of fine dining, the only thing swelling more than our bellies is our pride. This is one tasty town. Here, in ascending order, are our picks for where to dine now
In his last column for the magazine before his untimely death, Mark Lacter checks in on Ontario, which was supposed to be LAX’s sister. That plan, and its failure, says a lot about the cost of flying high in L.A.