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[Craft via] It's a sad fact that life in L.A. can get pricey. Even if you're still in the "aspiring" phase of your acting career and thus trying to live frugally, this city's access to the finer things in life means that you'll inevitably end up breaking down and shelling out for some luxury item, some concert ticket, or more often than not, some meal you can't afford. Luckily for you, this week marks the second of two DineLA Restaurant Weeks (Jan 22-27, Jan 29-Feb 3), and many of L.A.'s most imposing eateries are offering a prix fixe 3-course sampling of their world-famous cuisine for a fraction of what you might normally pay. But with over 300 restaurants serving at various price points, what's a baller-on-a-budget to do? Don't sweat it; we've got you covered. More»
[Feeran Adria at El Bulli] Yesterday, Restaurant Magazine announced the list of The S.Pellegrino World's 50 Best Restaurants in '09. For the fourth year in a row Ferran Adrià has topped the worldwide poll of 806 chefs, critics and other industry experts with El Bulli in Spain. Thomas Keller's "Per Se" Strikes the 6th position (top spot for U.S. restaurant), with The French Laundry also on the list making Keller the only restaurateur with two restaurants in the top 50. And now, the full list of the top 50 restaurants in 2009: More»
Monday, May 20
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.