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January 01, 1990 - January 23, 2013 + Good Food on the Road
Jonathan Gold reviews Bar Ama, the new Tex-Mex concept from Chef Josef Centeno of Baco Mercat fame.
Jonathan takes us to a San Gabriel restaurant with an unusual name. Tasty Dining specializes in the food of Wuhan, a Chinese city that is...
Jonathan Gold says his review of Alma is his first "hat's off" review since he returned to the Los Angeles Times.
Jonathan Gold reviews Shunji, a new sushi bar in West LA housed in humble digs (the facade looks like a giant chile bowl).
Chefs Zak Walter and Chris Phelps of Salt's Cure recently opened Storefront, a delicatessen in East Hollywood where everything is made in-house.
Jonathan Gold reviews The Hart and the Hunter, a new restaurant located in the Pali Hotel in West Hollywood from chefs Brian Dunsmoor and Kris...
Jonathan Gold reviews Tom Bergin’s, one of LA’s oldest restaurants.
Jonathan Gold visits Laurel Hardware where the impressive bar program is the main draw.
Jonathan Gold visits Shanghai No. 1 Seafood Village, which he calls the most interesting restaurant to open in the San Gabriel Valley in years.
Jonathan Gold visits Kang Hodong Baekjeong in Chapman Plaza, which he describes as the epicenter of Korean Nightlife in Los Angeles. (Repeat)
Jonathan Gold visits Thien An, a restaurant in Rosemead that focuses on Southern Vietnamese cooking.
Jonathan Gold reviews the new manifestation of Starry Kitchen, an unusual restaurant that has garnered a cult following.
At the Superba Snack Bar, on Rose Avenue in Venice, there are no parking spaces for cars, but ample parking for bikes.
Jonathan Gold proclaims there is a new dumpling fad in town at Emperor Noodle in the San Gabriel Valley.