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Tribune criticA good number of Chicago restaurants manage to survive without a liquor license, but Sweets & Savories might be the first to turn its back on one. "It started at the back end of last year," says chef-owner David Richards. "I kind of saw people's spending...
With its Chicago-brick walls, tall, black booths and list of craft beers, ROK:BRGR brings a decidedly urban vibe to subtropical Fort Liquordale’s most-debaucherous party strip. The latest nightlife (and dining) establishment to arrive in...
First impression: After a visit last year when we were left at a table for 10 minutes without a single service person approaching our table, I was delighted to return to a tightly managed restaurant that now delivers on all of its style. It's a very...
Chaya Brasserie, the 27-year-old French-Japanese restaurant, closed for a week in November to freshen up the interior. And when the doors swung open again, it had a new menu and a new chef. Shigefumi Tachibe, corporate chef of the Chaya Group, which...
Valentine's Day is one of the biggest restaurant evenings of the year. Here are some places that are offering special menus and deals. Alegria: Long Beach's Alegria combines a four-course dinner for $65 and live flamenco dancers. Offered from February 10...
Tags: Calabasas, Ice Cream, Tomatoes, Dining and Drinking, Culver City
Restaurant CriticHotel restaurants don't have much of a local audience, with good reason: Not that many are truly compelling. That's by way of explaining why I didn't rush right out to try the new restaurant in the revamped Hyatt (now called the Andaz West Hollywood) on...
Special to the Los Angeles Times"I was looking for a good place to park my boat" is how Kate Hill, an American woman who grew up in Southern California, explains what brought her to this particular spot in Gascony, a rural region in southwestern France. Hill had been cruising the...
The other night we dined in Japan without having to board an airplane. We feasted on monkfish liver, mountain potatoes and inaniwa udon at a strip mall restaurant in Costa Mesa. Kappo Sui's daily menu is in Japanese, and we were the only patrons who...
An animal rights group plans to protest at a Fashion Island French restaurant Monday night for serving foie gras on its Valentine's Day menu. Animal Protection & Rescue League has scheduled a protest at 7 p.m. in front of Brasserie Pascal, one of the...
Tribune staff reporter• Announcing his campaign for mayor in 1988: "I may not be the best speaker in town. But I know how to run a government and how to bring people together." •Defending himself in 1992 after a critic called him emotionally immature: "I am...
Reality CheckTonight's episode begins at the ending. Kelly is saying goodbye to the boys, when Padma comes in and tells the three remaining contestants that she needs to see them at judges table "There's always a twist to everything," says......
Tags: Health, Pasta, Coconut, Chiropractors, Foods and Beverages
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