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Red O: Back to Bayless 

Bringing Mexican to L.A., With Mixed Results

Thursday, Sep 23 2010
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The door host smiled. "You may leave," he said.

RED O: 8155 Melrose Ave, L.A. (323) 655-5009, redorestaurant.com. Dinner Sun.-Thurs., 6-11 p.m., Fri.-Sat., 6 p.m.-mid. All major credit cards accepted. Full bar. Valet parking. Small courses, $9-$15; main courses, $25-$32. Recommended dishes: mushroom ceviche, lamb cazuela, tinga poblana, soft-serve ice cream.

click to enlarge PHOTO BY ANNE FISHBEIN - Behind the scenes in Red O's kitchen

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