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  • Margrit Mondavi pays a visit to downtown L.A.'s Rivera restaurant

    Margrit Mondavi pays a visit to downtown L.A.'s Rivera restaurant
    Margrit Biever Mondavi stopped in at downtown’s Rivera restaurant Monday night for a dinner promoting Robert Mondavi Winery, founded by her late husband. She was just back from a trip to do the same in Brazil and, after a brief trip back home to...
  • Jonathan Gold | Manhattan Beach restaurant review: Little Sister a bit twisted

    Jonathan Gold | Manhattan Beach restaurant review: Little Sister a bit twisted
    If a theme has emerged in Los Angeles restaurants over the last several years, from Picca and Spice Table to Lukshon, A-Frame, Rivera and Corazon y Miel, it is the idea of Asian American and Latin American chefs trained in classical European kitchens,...
  • Goin and Silverton lead a women's charge at James Beard awards

    Goin and Silverton lead a women's charge at James Beard awards
    Did the James Beard Foundation voters pay attention to the Time magazine controversy? After that publication projected a pantheon of Gods of Food that was distinctively all-male, almost half of the first-round nominees for outstanding chef in the 2014 JBF...
  • Genius Father's Day brunch event: Beer with coffee (and lots of great food)

    Genius Father's Day brunch event: Beer with coffee (and lots of great food)
    Does your dad love beer as much as you? Sunday is Father's Day; why not share some local craft beer with your dad to celebrate?  Beer + Coffee FoodGPS has teamed up with Firestone Walker Brewing Co. to present the "CollaBREWtive Brunch" where local...
  • The cup runneth over at The TASTE

    The cup runneth over at The TASTE
    Food lovers lucky enough to attend Los Angeles Times’ The TASTE over Labor Day weekend devoured dozens of savory samples and gulped cupfuls of craft cocktails. If you’re feeling left out, the best I can offer is a rundown of event highlights...
  • Electronic music comes to Grand Park with summer Sunday Sessions

    Electronic music comes to Grand Park with summer Sunday Sessions
    The last time local government took a close interest in electronic dance music around downtown L.A., the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission banned raves at the facility after a teenage girl's drug death at Electric Daisy Carnival in 2010. The...
  • Should Rembrandt, Van Gogh help bail out a bankrupt Detroit?

    Should Rembrandt, Van Gogh help bail out a bankrupt Detroit?
    DETROIT — The Christie's appraisers enter on Mondays, when the museum is closed, and either inspect what's on the walls or ask to see some of the thousands of works not on display, sometimes sending Detroit Institute of Arts technicians on half-...
  • Spago, Rivera among L.A.'s best in wine

    Spago, Rivera among L.A.'s best in wine
    Here are six restaurants that I think have exceptionally interesting wine programs. Spago: One of the few restaurants in the country that can boast a full complement of great Austrian wines, especially Rieslings and Grüner Veltliners from the Wachau....
  • National Tequila Day 2013: Favorite bars to sip tequila

    National Tequila Day 2013: Favorite bars to sip tequila
    Wednesday is National Tequila Day and, aside from drunken college students who remorsefully refer to it as "to-kill-ya," the spirit is enjoying a renaissance. A growing number of Los Angeles bars and restaurants curate lists of the fiery stuff similar...
  • Master Class: John Sedlar (Rivera) learns to grow his own

    Master Class: John Sedlar (Rivera) learns to grow his own
    Being a chef who grew up in Santa Fe, N.M., but cooks in Los Angeles, I have sometimes found it difficult to find ingredients I ate as a boy and still like to cook. I used to import all my own New Mexican chile pods and powders, other seasonings, blue...
  • Ahead of 'Falstaff' performances, L.A. Opera talks turkey — literally

    The L.A. Opera invited the press in to talk turkey. Not figuratively, as in shop talk about contraltos and coloratura. Turkey as in the cooked bird — which has a part to play in "Falstaff." The opera is staging six performances of Verdi's...