Besha Rodell

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Restaurant critic for LA Weekly

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A tale of two restaurants.

A zero-star rating for starred restaurant reviews

A tale of two restaurants.

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Some of L.A.'s swankiest restaurants are being accused of price fixing.

Are L.A. Restaurants Price-Fixing?

Some of L.A.'s swankiest restaurants are being accused of price fixing.

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Where can you find the best meal in Los Angeles? Two prominent restaurant critics duke it out over what place should get top honors for the year.

The Best L.A. Restaurants of 2014

Where can you find the best meal in Los Angeles? Two prominent restaurant critics duke it out over what place should get top honors for the year.

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