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  • Hatfield's restaurant to close; owners opening more casual spot soon

    Hatfield's restaurant to close; owners opening more casual spot soon
    In a blow to fine dining in Los Angeles, Hatfield’s, the 8-year-old restaurant from chef-owners Karen and Quinn Hatfield, will close its doors at the end of December. Just down the street from the rollicking scene at the complex of Mozza restaurants and Trois Mec and Petit Trois, the cool, minimalist haute cuisine restaurant has struggled to find an audience in recent years, despite Quinn Hatfield's intricate but accessible dishes and Karen Hatfield’s beautifully crafted desserts.
  • The Review: The Royce

    The Review: The Royce
    Keep the fat lady waiting in the wings. It's not over yet. Fine dining, I mean, and the new Royce at the Langham Huntington is proof. The Pasadena hotel could have chosen to turn the Dining Room where Craig Strong (and briefly, Michael Voltaggio) once...

    The Review: Aburiya Toranoko in Little Tokyo

    The Review: Aburiya Toranoko in Little Tokyo
    At the Lazy Ox Canteen on the edge of Little Tokyo, the happy clamor of downtown denizens tucking into chef Josef Centeno's Ox burgers, crispy pig's ears and brick-roasted mussels leaks out the door into the street. But Lazy Ox is no longer the only...

    A sparkling New Year's Eve

    A sparkling New Year's Eve
    Alex Day is standing behind the custom bar at the headquarters of Proprietors, the drinks consulting company he and his partner David Kaplan recently set up in downtown Los Angeles — an office cum cocktail lab that they've dubbed Chapter & Verse....

    Some up-and-coming chefs are skipping culinary school

    Some up-and-coming chefs are skipping culinary school
    Cole Dickinson, the chef de cuisine at Michael Voltaggio's soon-to-open West Hollywood restaurant, Ink, got his culinary education the old-fashioned way: in the kitchen. That might sound obvious, but it makes him something of an anomaly as the number...