Auburn

Stories about Auburn

L.A. special occasion takeout and delivery recommendations

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 15, 2020

Monkey on Beverly Boulevard. Auburn Eric Bost’s mix-and-match tasting menus, when we could dine in the restaurant’s terrarium of a dining room, balanced braininess with earthly pleasure. The precision technique remains, though now his cooking calms like

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Take-Out Tip of the Day: Auburn Is Serving Creative Family-Style Meals

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • April 15, 2020

Auburn, the minimalist-chic Melrose Avenue restaurant, serves truly unique food, so its takeout options might be just the thing if you’ve grown a bit weary of your regular rotation of quarantine meals. Each week, chef Eric Bost and Co. are offering

belly, cured Sonoma duck rice, and caramelized ginger ice cream with peanut and caramel swirl. Meals can be ordered on Tock for one to six people and cost $39 per person. Auburn, 6703 Melrose Ave., Hollywood.

Welcome these newcomers to 2019's 101 Best Restaurants in Los Angeles list

Bill Addison, Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • December 11, 2019

onions. — B.A. 903 Manhattan Ave., Manhattan Beach, (310) 878-9620, thearthurj.com R&R Ranch tenderloin, prime strip loin and Snake River American Wagyu flat iron steaks from The Arthur J. (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times) Auburn (30) Eric Bost’s

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Review: Choose your own dining adventure at stunning new Auburn

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • July 3, 2019

instead at the wide, comfortable bar. My thoughts come fast and fervently for Auburn, the most exhilarating splurge-worthy restaurant to open in Los Angeles so far this year. Chef Eric Bost has spent decades working for some of the most decorated chefs in

debut at Auburn in March. A diner dives into her course of Kusshi oysters with porcini mushrooms and caviar. (Silvia Razgova / For the Times) In its aesthetics, the tone of service and the left-brain-right-brain merger in the cooking, Auburn heralds how

Here Are the L.A. Food Folks Nominated for James Beard Awards

Brittany Martin • Los Angeles Magazine • May 4, 2020

. Auburn, nominated for the design of its beautiful interior has also shuttered. During the nominations announcement stream, James Beard Foundation CEO Clare Reichenbach acknowledged the 2020 nominations were dropping amid a strange situation, but attempted

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Tasting Notes: How ugly realities yielded a beautiful food memoir

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • May 2, 2020

breakfast when you’re sad and you don’t want to turn on your phone. They’re best frozen, that’s all I can say. Top stories — Bon Temps and Auburn, two of the best new restaurants to open last year (in the last decade, really), announced they were closing

permanently this week. This was the first solo project for Bon Temps’ Lincoln Carson and for Auburn’s Eric Bost, both accomplished chefs. — Some uplifting content from our cooking duo: Ben Mims has a hot take on the right time to salt a steak, and he brings us

Buy a Restaurant Gift Card, Help an L.A. Community in Need

Los Angeles magazine • Los Angeles Magazine • March 31, 2020

Pizzeria da Michele – donating to A Place Called Home Owners Daniel & Angie Kim of Interstellar – donating to One Fair Wage Emergency Fund The team at Auburn – donating to Alexandria House The team at Bone Kettle – donating to Union Station Homeless

Has the curse on a storied Melrose restaurant space finally lifted?

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • July 6, 2019

This week I reviewed Auburn, a 4-month-old restaurant on Melrose Avenue where chef-owner Eric Bost creates a mix-and-match tasting menu: Diners choose four, six or nine courses from a list of 12 ever-changing dishes. “Fine dining” is such a squishy

term these days, its definitions blurry in this age of culinary individualism. But however you might describe the place, Auburn warrants a splurge; Bost’s cooking stirs the emotions as grippingly as the intellect. And for tasting menu haters, the bar

The best bars and restaurants for drinking wine in L.A.

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • February 6, 2020

you’ll love.” The best of them perform their own miracles of transubstantiation: They turn wine into joy. Rick Arline, one of L.A.'s most personable sommeliers, serves customers during dinner service at Auburn. (Mariah Tauger / Los Angeles Times) These

wrapped themselves around dishes like Chad Colby’s fazzoletti with beef cheek and veal tongue Bolognese. 4653 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, (323) 510-3093, antico-la.com Auburn Sommelier Rick Arline once worked in radio; the soothing rumble of his voice in

5 things you can do to help L.A. restaurants

Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • March 28, 2020

open for takeout. Bill Addison shares seven favorites so far. Also from Bill: how the coronavirus shutdown has affected two L.A. bars. — Vespertine for $49, Auburn for $39, n/naka for $38, Dialogue for $35. Deputy editor Andrea Chang reports on the