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Cafe Livre Update: Dinner Starts Tomorrow
Executive chef Farid Zadi had no plans to open Café Livre's seafood tagine for dinner. But he's eating humble pie (probably French, Algerian or Spanish, because that is the sort of food he cooks). And the café holds it...
Cafe Livre Opens Its Tea and Coffee Garden
Don't wear your lacy picture hat, and don't even think about elegantly extending your pinkie as you hold a cup of tea at Café Livre. "We want to make tea service more casual and fun, take it out of the parlor," says Susan Par...
Eat, and Learn to Make, Couscous and Tagines at Cafe Livre
Now you taste it, now you don't. That's what happens to the tagines that come with couscous at Café Livre in Culver City. The seasonings change as often as executive chef Farid Zadi gets a new idea, usually every week. The ot...
Cafe Livre Instead of Eat. Good. Clean. Food.; Opens Nov. 1
3 years ago by Elina Shatkin
When we first told you back in August about the Farid Zadi/Susan Park/David Haskell project that will combine a brasserie, a retail section of prepared foods section and, eventually, a cooking school, it was called Eat. Good. Clean....