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  • Red Medicine to close at the end of October

    Red Medicine to close at the end of October
    Red Medicine, the neo-Vietnamese-turned-neo-Nordic restaurant known as the "bad boy" of the L.A. dining scene, has announced that it will close its doors at the end of next month. The owners are planning to sell the restaurant. 
  • Review: Red Medicine, a little like punk rock and splendid in its own way

    Review: Red Medicine, a little like punk rock and splendid in its own way
    The night of the lunar eclipse, I was having a late supper at Red Medicine out on Wilshire, a few tables over from a man who had decided to dress as Jesus for the evening, a slender young man with long, straight hair and white robes flowing around his...

    A comeback for pastry chefs

    A comeback for pastry chefs
    The final flourish of your meal arrives at the table — a rich pudding of chocolate cremeux ("creamy" in French), candied pistachios, a crumble made from ground pistachios, and both dehydrated and frozen mandarin. Its deliciousness almost obscures...

    Counter Intelligence: Le Ka's a bit of this and that, for the beautiful people

    Counter Intelligence: Le Ka's a bit of this and that, for the beautiful people
    Le Ka is one of those difficult places to figure out, not because the cooking isn't good — it is, very — but because in the narrative of Le Ka, food seems like such a secondary thing. To get to the restaurant, you leave your car with a valet...

    Panera experiments with pay-what-you-want meals

    Imagine you could pay whatever you wanted for your lunch. Regardless of the menu price, you could give the cashier whatever cash you had in your wallet. It could be $10, $5, $1 or even nothing. That's the idea behind the pay-what-you-want Panera cafes...