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Over a (Virtual) Pasta Dinner, Phil Rosenthal Talks Saving the Restaurant Industry, the Power of Good Food, and More

The host of Netflix's 'Somebody Feed Phil' orders takeout almost every meal—so we joined him via Zoom for dinner to go and a heart to heart
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L.A.’s Most Obsessed-Over Cookies Are Coming to the Grove

Fleurs et Sel is going from Instagram to IRL
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A New Wine Window in Silver Lake Is Highlighting Black Vintners and Brewers

Offerings range from first wines ever made by a Black woman in South Africa, to craft beers made right here in L.A.

Eszett in Silver Lake Has a Brand New Patio—and Those Same Great Fries

The cozy wine bar was just hitting its stride when the pandemic struck, but its husband-wife proprietors aren't giving up
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Nancy Silverton’s New Burger Is a Juicy, Barely Cooked, Perfectly Constructed Marvel

Silverton is slinging burgers at Chi Spacca on Saturdays—you just have to get your hands on one before they sell out
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New L.A. Restaurants to Try in October

A new Greek spot with all-day brunch and more
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The Secret Behind Some of Southern California’s Best Cobbler

According to Clifton Powell, Pasadena’s Gourmet Cobbler Factory has a simple recipe for success
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Venice’s Nueva Is Serving Up Mexican Dishes with Middle Eastern Moments

Chefs Vartan Abgaryan and Mesraim Llanez mine their respective roots to make something truly special
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Vespertine Chef Jordan Kahn Is Bringing an Ambitious Pop-Up to Hollywood

Called Ephemera, Kahn's latest project is being billed as a "temporary gastronomic installation"
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Pacific Dining Car As We Knew it Is Gone

While the historic restaurant preps for a long-term "pause," owners insist they still have hope of reopening someday, somehow