Stories about APL

Where to get Passover takeout and delivery in L.A.

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • April 2, 2020

7-9 and must be ordered by April 5. Delivery is free within a two-mile radius of the restaurant. 9543 Culver Blvd, Culver City, (323) 655-6566, www.akasharestaurant.com APL (Hollywood) Adam Perry Lang is making matzo ball soup and brisket for the

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Take-Out Tip of the Day: Order from APL, Help Feed People in Need

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • April 17, 2020

Feed yourself and feed someone in need. For every meal ordered from APL Restaurant in Hollywood for takeout or curbside pickup, the steakhouse will donate the same meal to someone at the St. Joseph Center in Venice, a non-profit that provides

support to homeless families and individuals and others in need.The meal-matching program is a joint effort between APL chef-restaurateur Adam Perry Land and his buddy Jimmy Kimmel. APL’s takeout is fairly affordable and casual, more inline with the

Review: The meat is truly what matters at APL, Adam Perry Lang’s steakhouse

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 4, 2019

I can’t say that our server at APL, the Hollywood steakhouse owned by barbecue maestro Adam Perry Lang, exactly talked our table into ordering $300 worth of beef for three people. But she praised the menu’s two largest and most expensive meat-a

steak cuts in the Instagram age. But I liked the specificity of her answer about its age, and I liked the meat’s pearly gloss and its flavor even more: intense yet not at all musty, with only a whiff of the usual Roquefort twang. APL’s tomahawk chop is

The time for vegan dim sum is now

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 16, 2022

news from Stephanie Breijo: APL pops up in Pasadena, where the catering company Villa Paella has launched new Spanish restaurant Dos Besos. Plus, global-minded Wanderlust Creamery expands to Sawtelle. Chef Adam Perry Lang’s new barbecue pop-up serves

L.A. Restaurant Owners Reveal What Customers Just Love to Steal

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • February 3, 2020

general manager Jeremy Allen. Steak Knife View this post on Instagram A post shared by APL Restaurant (@aplrestaurant) on Feb 12, 2019 at 12:53pm PST Adam Perry Lang forges the knives for his Hollywood steak house, APL, himself. To deter thieves, Lang

Our critic's favorite L.A. barbecue restaurants

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • July 24, 2020

, ajtexmexbbq.com APL RESTAURANT Adam Perry Lang, who built a nationwide reputation as a barbecue expert, opened his swank steakhouse near the corner of Hollywood and Vine in 2018. But in the uncertainty of 2020, smoked meats are now front-and-center comforts on

APL’s menu. Look for plates highlighting pork ribs, lush brisket, softly ropy pulled pork and gently smoked chicken with sides that include braised beans and mashed sweet potatoes with banana and brown sugar. Meats come in sandwich form as well. Lang’s

The Best Things to Eat in L.A. in 2019

Los Angeles magazine • Los Angeles Magazine • July 18, 2019

, diner-style burgers. APL Josh Telles »Barbecue APL BBQ1680 Vine St., Hollywood This year might have been the year of the backyard smoker turned pro (Slab BBQ, Moo’s, Bartz), but the best ’cue in town is still made by a guy who put in a decade or so at

New York’s top fine-dining kitchens. At lunchtime Adam Perry Lang’s eponymous nighttime steakhouse turns into APL BBQ, a brick-and-mortar version of the chef’s smoke-filled pop-ups behind the Jimmy Kimmel lot. Pulled pork and smoky, tender brisket are

Newsletter: The Iranian date cookie that's a gift to Los Angeles

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • November 30, 2019

Peterson’s Off Menu: building community through the foodways of skid row, the epicenter of L.A.’s homelessness crisis. Euno Lee has a guide to Orange County’s Koreatown in Garden Grove. Genevieve Ko brings us the recipe for APL’s lemony kale salad. And a

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Does Slab in Beverly Grove make the best barbecue brisket in LA?

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • October 24, 2019

Moo’s Craft Barbecue, Adam Perry Lang of APL and Rene “Ray” Ramirez of Ray’s in Huntington Park — have developed their skills and their audience through transient setups: pop-ups, weekly events, under-the-radar gatherings. The excitement when their

Review: In Inglewood, Mutiara is the spot for Burmese noodles, curries and salads

Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • April 11, 2019

drive all the way from Long Beach to order more or less the same thing. They nod appreciatively. “He always remembers our order,” they tell me. Review: The meat is truly what matters at APL, Adam Perry Lang’s steakhouse » Aung, a native of Yangon, the