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  • Menu items claim to put the over in 'hangover'

    Menu items claim to put the over in  'hangover'
    While there's no cure (yet) for the morning-after misery that comes from a night of too many drinks, there are a few popular coping mechanisms. One of these is indulging in a comforting, alcohol-absorbing meal during this suffering, which usually...
  • Harmony Bakery now open in Hampden

    Harmony Bakery now open in Hampden
    Renee and Don Gorman, who owned and operated the stylish health-food restaurant Puffins in Pikesville, are opening a gluten-free bakery in Hampden. Update: Harmony Bakery opened on April 21. For information call 410-235-3870 or go to the bakery's...
  • Chef David LeFevre's steakhouse opens next month in Manhattan Beach

    Chef David LeFevre's steakhouse opens next month in Manhattan Beach
    Within a short couple of blocks in downtown Manhattan Beach, chef David LeFevre has done contemporary cooking at MB Post, seafood at Fishing With Dynamite —  and now he’s getting ready to open a steakhouse at the Arthur J.  The restaurant,...
  • Drink this: strawberry mojito

    Drink this: strawberry mojito
    Strawberry mojito: May St. Steakhouse, formerly May St. Cafe, is a trusty Pilsen spot known for its small, cozy atmosphere and eclectic dinner, brunch and cocktail menus inspired by the Nuevo Latino cuisines of Mexico and Puerto Rico. The bar...
  • Eat this: catfish tacos

    Eat this: catfish tacos
    Catfish tacos: At Luella's Southern Kitchen in Lincoln Square, the tea is sweetened, the chicken is fried and the employees represent the ideal of Southern hospitality. Chef/owner Darnell Reed, who previously worked as a chef for Hilton Worldwide, named...
  • Drink this: Chicago-born Manhattan

    Drink this: Chicago-born Manhattan
    Chicago Born Manhattan: La Bella Pasteria, established in 1990 but with a storefront dating to 1891, has become a staple of Oak Park, as touted for its vast selection of wines, beers and cocktails as it is for its delicious Southern Italian comfort food....
  • 8 hot spots for wines by the glass around L.A.

    8 hot spots for wines by the glass around L.A.
    A.O.C. — When the original A.O.C. opened in 2002, it was one of the first dedicated wine bars in L.A., with 50 wines by the glass. With the recent move farther west on 3rd Street, co-owner and wine director Caroline Styne pared the list down to 30...
  • Bell's Pumpkin Peach Ale a '(screw) you' to Anheuser-Busch ad

     Bell's Pumpkin Peach Ale a '(screw) you' to Anheuser-Busch ad
    Bell's Brewery only made 48 bottles of its newest beer, but that's because it is about a message as much as what's inside the bottle. "It's a (screw) you to Anheuser-Busch," Bell's founder Larry Bell said. "Because they sent us a (screw) you." Bell'...
  • Wine by the glass, done right, can be better than a bottle

    Wine by the glass, done right, can be better than a bottle
    How often do you run into a friend and decide to have a glass of wine together? Depending on where you go, you could get something incredibly delicious and surprising, or something uninspiring — or mediocre and overpriced. It's no secret that...
  • Cerveteca DTLA's Oscar Hermosillo on what he'd feed John Bonham

    Cerveteca DTLA's Oscar Hermosillo on what he'd feed John Bonham
    Oscar Hermosillo decided to quit his job — as a social worker — 10 years ago. He says he loved the work, but hospitality has been in his blood for as long as he can remember. So he opened Venice Beach Wines with his then-girlfriend, now wife...
  • At Empress Pavilion in Chinatown, it's not 1991, but not bad either

    At Empress Pavilion in Chinatown, it's not 1991, but not bad either
    Empress Pavilion is the biggest restaurant in Chinatown, a glittery, hangar-size seafood palace built at the height of the late 1980s boom. In its early years, you would typically wait an hour or more for a table on dim sum Sunday mornings, and in the...