matu

Matū Is Rethinking Meat-Centric Dining in Beverly Hills

A new spot from Sugarfish's cofounder offers diners an "exploration of beef"
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The L.A. Food World Loses a Legend in Chef Mark Peel

The pioneer of California cuisine passed away after a short battle with cancer
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L.A. Restaurants Are Dealing with a Major Labor Shortage—What’s the Issue?

As local eateries struggle to draw servers back to dining rooms and cooks back to kitchens in a post-vax world, restaurant workers explain what's keeping them away
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From Ventura to Hermosa, Where to Eat When You Head to the Beach

These yummy beach bites will keep you satiated all summer long
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Are There Any Lesbian Bars Left in Los Angeles?

Readers Ask Chris about queer watering holes, Metro's seats, and more
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Hard Kombucha Is This Summer’s Drink of the Moment

Put down the White Claw and pick up the new hip sip
ggiata

In Hollywood, Three Guys from Jersey Opened an East Coast Deli That’s an L.A. Original

New counter-service sandwich spot Ggiata is dishing up Italian-American faves with a California twist
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When Life Hands You Lemons…You Eventually Learn to Love Lemons

The pandemic opened our eyes to a lot of things. For Peter Flax, it was the value of a culinary treasure trove in his own backyard
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Randy’s Donuts Says It’s Been Famous Since ’62. History Tells a Different Story

Turns out the Inglewood landmark is a decade older than its boxes and merch claim
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L.A.’s Best Doughnuts? We Asked Local Shops What Their Customers Love

In honor of National Doughnut Day, we took a sweet, fried tour of L.A.’s doughnut landscape, from downtown to the Valley