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Ten Dishes We’d Love to See at LudoBites 10, Announced Today

As he hinted during last month’s ALOUD panel with Roy Choi, chef Ludo Lefebvre will be holding his tenth (and maybe final) LudoBites pop-up at Gram & Papas on weeknights only from December 4 to 21. This time around, the meal will take the form of a best-of, featuring greatest-hits dishes from the past nine iterations of LudoBites.

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A tiny newcomer in downtown showcases chef Ari Taymor’s singular style

Essential T: Barbacoa at El Gallo Bakery

The very best Mexican foods start with the letter T—tacos, tortas, tlayudas. Here we showcase the tastiest “T” bites from the streets of L.A. The El Gallo Grill returned this...

Wine Riot: This Saturday’s Epic Bacchanal

Because San Francisco shouldn’t be the only city having celebratory riots making news, the good folks behind Second Glass are bringing this year’s Wine Riot tour to a close this Saturday at Majestic Halls near Pershing Square, aiming to make the wine world more accessible and approachable for tech-saavy young whippersnappers in their twenties and thirties.

Downtown: 24 Hours In the City’s Center

// 12:40 a.m. The first train of the day-the Pacific Surfliner to Santa Ana-pulls out of UNION STATION. 1:45 a.m. From the seductive depths of THE...

Downtown: Eat Your Heart Out

View Downtown 2011 in a larger map WP24 Authentic Peking duck on the 24th floor of a Ritz-Carlton—from Wolfgang Puck? You bet. Just don’t get so fixated on those succulent spring...

7 Answers to Your Burning Questions About Downtown

Doesn’t this whole area have a reputation for being a ghost town after dark? “There was an adage that when downtown empties out at 7 p.m., they might as well...

Downtown: And Now a Few Words From The…New Kids on the Block

  Bao Vo Lives at: Santa Fe Lofts Monthly rent: $1,540 for 1,000 square feetVo, the producer for the band Ming & Ping, moved here in 2008.“I had preconceptions and spent some...

Downtown: Come Fly With…The Night Owls

L.A. Live Our city does its best Shinjuku impression at AEG’s entertainment vortex. In the glow of 20-foot plasma screens and corporate signage, concertgoers, bowlers, and those who drink beer...

Downtown: Creature Comforts

No matter your point of origin, here’s how to plan a perfect day downtown