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  • Acclaimed Los Gatos restaurant Manresa damaged by early morning fire

    Acclaimed Los Gatos restaurant Manresa damaged by early morning fire
    An early morning fire Monday burned through the kitchen and service area of acclaimed Los Gatos restaurant Manresa. The fire started somewhere outside the restaurant around 4 a.m. and was contained by 6 a.m., reported Inside Scoop SF. Firefighters on...
  • Dining scene: From ricotta spinach gnocchi to sushi pizza

    Dining scene: From ricotta spinach gnocchi to sushi pizza
    Azuma Japanese Sake Bar 4460 N. Federal Highway, Lighthouse Point, 954-532-1763, AzumaJapaneseSakeBar.com Co-owner Masa Funahashi, who has owned 11 restaurants in South Florida since 1984, mostly recently Kansai west of Boca Raton, has debuted his...
  • Web Buzz: TripExpert combines reviews to score hotels

    Are you sick of searching through crowd-sourced hotel reviews while trying to figure out if the bed will be good enough? A solution is here. Name: www.TripExpert.com What it does: TripExpert assigns a hotel a score based on reviews in 20-plus...
  • Blake Lively on the road to becoming Gwyneth Paltrow?

    Blake Lively on the road to becoming Gwyneth Paltrow?
    Just what HAS Blake Lively been up to since "Gossip Girl" ended? Other than eating at Cheesecake Factory (girl, we get it), the 26-year-old fashionista has been busy prepping a lifestyle website that, according to Page Six, will feature "curated...
  • Josiah Citrin celebrates 15 years at Mélisse

    Josiah Citrin celebrates 15 years at Mélisse
    On a recent afternoon, in the pristine kitchen of Mélisse restaurant in Santa Monica, chef and owner Josiah Citrin demonstrates how to make a tuna tartar tower he created years ago when the restaurant first opened. He looks slightly disheveled, with his...
  • Talking Shop: Baguettes and bliss at La Cuisine

    Talking Shop: Baguettes and bliss at La Cuisine
    Laurent Brazier has found his bliss — surrounded by wine bottles, baguettes and an upgraded kitchen at his new cooking school, La Cuisine Culinary Arts in South Coast Plaza. "Here we are," the executive chef announced during a break last...
  • A day in the life of Pink Taco CEO and Viper Room owner Harry Morton

    A day in the life of Pink Taco CEO and Viper Room owner Harry Morton
    On a recent Wednesday, Harry Morton sits at the head of a conference table at the Pink Taco offices on Sunset Boulevard. To his left, a bookshelf displays framed photos of Morton in Vanity Fair and Men's Vogue along with articles on how at 27 years old,...
  • Heat is a tire's worst enemy

    Heat is a tire's worst enemy
    Q: I have moved to a desert climate — dry air, no snow, lots of rain during monsoons. I have heard that Michelin tires wear out quickly in this type of climate. Is this so? Either way, can you recommend a good desert tire for a Chrysler minivan?...
  • Matthea Harvey's 'Tabloids' mashes word pictures with imaginative art

    Matthea Harvey's 'Tabloids' mashes word pictures with imaginative art
    True story: A teenager saw me with Matthea Harvey's new book of poems as I sat with it in a café and asked if she could look at it. She was the scowly sort, angry tattoo on her shoulder, who I thought was going to ask me if I had a cigarette; not,...
  • King Eater: A night out with Bill Addison

    King Eater: A night out with Bill Addison
    Some weeks ago, with equal parts eagerness and terror, I joined Eater.com's newly minted national restaurant critic Bill Addison for dinner. Actually, dinners, plural. We ate 23 dishes with wine pairings at three high-end Chicago restaurants over a span...
  • Corporations Only Doing What's Best For Them

    Barack Obama, presiding over an unusually dismal post-recession economy, might make matters worse with a distracting crusade against the minor and sensible business practice called "inversion," more about which anon. So, consider his credentials as an...