• Issue Archive for
  • Nov 27 - Dec 3, 2003
  • Vol. 26, No. 1





  • Night Fishing

    Photo by Anne Fishbein Weeknights in the restaurant world can be quiet. But a number of the city’s enterprising chefs are luring customers out on work nights with special menus that promise a bit of novelty and a bargain as well. Chefs themselves take advantage of these less busy evenings...
  • Ask Mr. Gold

    QUESTION: I’m trying to find a restaurant to go to for Thanksgiving dinner. Could you recommend a restaurant or two that does a traditional but interesting Thanksgiving menu? —Liz Barrett ANSWER: Traditional? The Tick Tock is long gone. Hotel restaurants are too stuffy. And I actually ate the $4.99 turkey...
  • Chicken Madness

    Photo by Anne Fishbein Mexican-American chefs roast a mean chicken; anyone who has spent 15 minutes in Huntington Park can tell you that. Armenian roast chickens spit and sizzle across Hollywood and the San Fernando Valley; Tuscan roast chickens dominate the leafier precincts of the Westside; plump, brittle-skinned Cantonese chickens,...



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