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Milo and Olive

Photograph by Lisa Romerein In the morning, Milo and Olive is still calm. You can sit at one of the eight counter seats eating a bowl of stone-ground grits with...

Patina

Photograph by Misha Gravenor If there’s any place left in L.A. that plays by the rules of the all-frills grande maison restaurant experience, it is Patina. Food runners, captains...

Red Medicine

Photograph by Misha Gravenor Just 28 years old, chef Jordan Kahn has built the sort of résumé that others take another decade or so to cobble together. After helping launch...

Son of a Gun

Photographs by Misha Gravenor It’s only been open since February, but Son of a Gun, the latest project from chef-owners Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo, feels like it has been...

Patric Kuh Plays the Tables

Our restaurant critic eats his way through the most talked-about outposts in L.A.’s favorite desert suburb (aka Las Vegas)

The Royce

Nothing quite prepares you for the power of the salsify dish at the Royce. A vegetable that’s a lot of trouble to work with, its earthy, dark exterior has...

Armenian Rhapsody

An Armenian meal in Los Angeles can make your head spin. At Araz in Studio City, lunch might begin with silky bowls of Middle East-conjuring hummus, progress to the...

Sotto

In L.A. we’re not accustomed to walking down steps to enter a restaurant. In other cities it’s so common, you hardly notice that’s how you pop into your favorite...

Public Kitchen

It’s all very public at Public Kitchen, Tim and Liza Goodell’s new restaurant at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. There’s a kind of highbrow country-store theme to the space: dark...

Border Grill

In today’s dining scene it’s easy to ignore a business whose vision is as panoramic as the Border Grill’s. The city’s appreciation of Mexican food has changed since Susan...