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In Search of the Cubano, from Havana to Tampa to L.A.

If you want a Cuban sandwich, you might be better off in L.A. than Cuba

Alibi Room Brings Back the ’90s for New Year’s Eve

Drink retro cocktails while eating Kogi tacos at this low-key bash

Future Nosh: Kogi Meets Taco Bell’s Crunchwrap Supreme

This is what happens when you put double-caramelized short ribs in a hexagonally folded tortilla

Roy Choi Holds Vegetarian “Un-Thanksgiving” Buffet at Commissary

Turkeys everywhere rejoice and flip the bird to pilgrims

The Kuh Review: Commissary

Roy Choi goes for a more plant-centric menu at his K-Town hothouse

Award-Winning Chef Marcus Samuelsson Heads to Roy Choi’s POT

A one-night-only dinner featuring dishes from Samuelsson’s newest cookbook

“L.A. Has No Taste” and Other Things Said to the Delight of the Audience at Atlantic Cities’ “Making L.A.” Event

Zingers, off-the-cuff remarks, and inspiring thoughts shared at the Ace theater downtown

Roy Choi Debuts Street Food on CNN

The Kogi chef's new TV show offers an offbeat tribute to L.A.

One Night in Koreatown

A ten-hour feast through L.A.’s after-hours capital (or how I woke up without my pants)

Brunch Returns to Beer Belly + Breakfast at Commissary

Koreatown's pre-noon dining options just got a double boost