These Big-Name Chefs Have Big Things Coming to L.A. in 2020

Daniela Soto-Innes, Suzanne Goin, Curtis Stone, and other chefs to keep an eye on in the coming year
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We just rounded up the Best New Restaurants of 2019, but we’re already looking forward. From all-day European fare from Susana Goin to a downtown concept from Maude chef Curtis Stone, here’s a peep at some of the big things that big-name chefs have in store for 2020.


Daniela Soto-Innes & Enrique Olvera

The acclaimed duo will debut Damian, a modern Mexican spot, in the spring and Ditroit taqueria in the summer. 2132 E. 7th Pl., Arts District.


Ray Garcia

At Trademark, opening this winter, he’ll be serving up eclectic California fare, from a mushroom-and-cauliflower Bolognese to fried chicken tacos. 915 Wilshire Blvd., DTLA.


Suzanne Goin

The James Beard award-winning chef will open Caldo Verde, an all-day Spanish
and Portuguese eatery, at the L.A. Proper hotel in the spring. 1100 South Broadway, DTLA.


Fergus Henderson

Details are murky, but the world-famous Brit is reportedly bringing St. John, his London nose-to-tail restaurant, to Culver City’s the Platform development. 8850 Washington Blvd., Culver City. 


Walter and Margarita Manzke

The République team will expand with Bicyclette, a dual concept, with a high-end tasting menu restaurant and a more casual bistro. 9575 W. Pico Blvd., Beverly Hills.


Ludo Lefebvre

The Trois Mec chef has plans for an as-yet-unnamed kabob shop next to his Petit Trois in the Valley. 13701 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks.


Curtis Stone

Late in the year the Aussie TV personality and Michelin-starred Maude toque will open a concept in the historic Trust Building. 433 S. Spring St., DTLA.


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