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First Look: Bruce Marder’s Rooster Is the Cock of the Walk

3 months ago by Michele Stueven
Bruce Marder’s long-awaited Rooster in the former Bistro of Santa Monica space is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner with a menu worth crowing about. After more than two years of transforming the historic corner location across the street from St. John’s Health Center, Marder has added to his gaggle of West L.A. restaurants, which include Capo, Brentwood Restaurant and Lounge, the iconic Cora’s Coffee Shop and Pono Burger.
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Capo

Opened by longtime L.A. restaurateur Bruce Marder in 1999, Capo specializes in modern Italian cuisine. Order plates of pasta, polenta, gnocchi and branzino not far from the Santa Monica beach — or...
Italian
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Chefs, Drugs and Rock & Roll Chronicles the Rise of the American Celebrity Chef

10 months ago by Michele Stueven
If you want a little spicy dish without the need for utensils, dive into Andrew Friedman’s Chefs, Drugs and Rock & Roll, a comprehensive look at how the superstar American chef of today evolved from the rebels — and even acid-dropping hippies — who took cooking seriously at a time when no one else did.
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Marvin

The Beverly Grove French bistro Marvin, run by legendary restaurateur Bruce Marder's son Max, is the type of charming little place that dots New York City and other big cities serving elegant,...
French, Wine Bar
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Broadway Deli in Santa Monica Closes

8 years ago by Amy Scattergood
Broadway Deli, which Bruce Marder and Marvin Zeidler opened in 1990 on the Santa Monica promenade, closed its doors for the last time on Monday. Santa Monica Daily Press reports that the lease had expired, the rent had tripled, and Marder and Zeidler were threatened with a lawsuit if they...
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What Makes a Wine Bar a Wine Bar? A First Look at Marvin in Beverly Grove

5 years ago by Besha Rodell
What makes a wine bar a wine bar? Generally, there has to be a bar, and an emphasis on wine. But is that enough? When is a place a wine bar and when is it a restaurant with a good wine list? I considered all this during a recent visit...
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House Now Open on Beverly Boulevard

9 years ago by Lesley McCave
Bruce Marder, several partners from his other restaurants (Capo, Broadway Deli, Cora's and Brentwood Restaurant and Lounge) and his son Max have joined forces to open the Cal-Ital café/restaurant House on the former Pastis premises on Beverly. Head chef is Ricky Moreno, of Capo and Cora's. Twenty-five years in the...
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House Style

9 years ago by Jonathan Gold
Cora’s, Bruce Marder’s lunch place in Santa Monica, is a nice place to spend an afternoon: strong coffee, a leafy patio a block from the beach and a relaxed style of California-lunchroom cooking that admits both carnitas tacos and Italian sausage with polenta, burrata omelets and a decent mac ’n’...
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Tinga: New-Wave Tacos

9 years ago by Jonathan Gold
View more photos in Anne Fishbein's slideshow, "Tinga's New Wave Tacos." A taco, it could be argued, is the basic unit of consumption in Southern California, the parcel of corn and spice and animal whose masters line our boulevards, a food whose reach extends from the meanest barrio streets to...
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Steerage: Smoke City Market

8 years ago by Jonathan Gold
View more photos in Anne Fishbein's slideshow, "Smoke City Market: Barbeque, Texas-style." If you have ever had the misfortune of arguing about barbecue with a Texan, you are no doubt familiar with at least the idea of meat cookery in its purest, most atavistic form: slabs of beef flavored with...

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