Keep an Eye on These L.A. Chefs in 2021

After a devastating 2020, top toques are planning for a brighter new year with new projects on the horizon

From Nancy Silverton’s new Italian steak house to a Suzanne Goin project in a downtown hotel, these big-name chefs have tasty things in store.

Nancy Silverton

nancy silverton

Brian Busch

The Mozzaplex star opened her Italian steak house, the Barish, in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel for one month in the fall, with a limited menu and outdoor-only seating. Watch for the full debut when regulations allow. 7000 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood.

Michael Mina

Brian Busch

Alongside entrepreneur/reality-show boss, Brent Bolthouse, the award-winning chef will launch the Bungalow Kitchen, an expansive, chic-casual waterfront eatery in Long Beach early this year. 2nd Street and Pacific Coast Highway, Long Beach.

Monty and Jaci Koludrovic

Brian Busch

The Australian husband-and-wife chefs will headline at an 11,000-square-foot rooftop restaurant. Set to debut in spring, it will be called Grandmaster Recorders and occupy the legendary recording studio’s former space. 1518 N. Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood.

Suzanne Goin

Brian Busch

The James Beard Award-winning chef and her business partner, Caroline Styne, will open the long-awaited Caldo Verde, an all-day Spanish and Portuguese eatery at the Proper Hotel, later in 2021. 1100 S. Broadway, downtown.

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