Stories about Gjusta

8 great places for takeout banh mi in L.A. and O.C.

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • May 8, 2020

options are welcome. 15471 Brookhurst St., Westminster, (714) 718-0159‬; also at 8118 Garvey Ave., Rosemead, (626) 288-2132, banhmisaigon168.com Gjusta Gjusta’s smoked brisket banh mi is an irresistible hybrid: flutters of campfire-scented sliced beef with

menu of salads, grain bowls and pastries. It’s probably important to note, since most shops charge well under $10 for their many banh mi options, that both of Gjusta’s variants cost $19. Venice is still Venice. 320 Sunset Ave., Venice, (310) 314-0320

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7 stone fruit jams to buy in L.A. now

Jenn Harris, Ben Mims • Los Angeles Times • July 15, 2021

cream or a cheese platter. And if he’s out of the Honey nectarine at the market, try the apricot. Available at local farmers markets and via the website, (818) 235-2332, coldwatercanyon.etsy.com Plum jam from Gjusta “If we feel the fruit is correct or

ripe for jam, then we just go for it,” says Gjusta chef Nicky Pickup. “We’re very much driven by what comes from the farms.” Sam Rogers, who buys the fruit for the Gjelina Group, says she buys the plums used in the Gjusta jam based on what’s plentiful

Is chef Travis Lett leaving Venice's Gjusta Group?

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • October 16, 2019

Travis Lett, the chef behind Venice restaurants Gjelina and Gjusta, is in the process of ending his partnership with co-owner Fran Camaj, according to a source close to the talks who was not authorized to speak publicly about the ongoing

negotiations. If the outcome is as expected, says the source, Camaj will buy Lett’s equity in their company, Gjusta Group, and Lett — who has largely been the face of the popular restaurants — will move on from the business. Differences regarding the company’s

Crudo e Nudo Is Serving Up Fresh, Sustainable Fish—and an Exciting New Business Model

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • April 6, 2021

bar. They renovated the space themselves and set it up as a multifaceted operation. Not only is it a raw bar where you can enjoy a glass of biodynamic wine and tuna tartare on Gjusta bread outside on the patio, but it’s also a place to grab a quick

Best food gifts for the 2020 holidays: Treats, gear, classes

Jenn Harris, Patricia Escárcega, Bill Addison, Ben Mims, Lucas Kwan Peterson, Garrett Snyder, Alice Short • Los Angeles Times • October 30, 2020

this crock as an art object as well.) This one comes in several sizes, ranging from 3 to 16 liters. $39.99 to $78.99 | 👉 Purchase here Gjusta pantry gift box Gjusta, sister restaurant to Gjelina, is a deli-bakery-café mashup that has always attracted a

crowd eager to sample its salads, breads, pastries and sandwiches. As of this writing, patio dining is open — as is its online gift store, Gjusta Goods. This gift box includes marinated olive oil, herbed salt, California sage honey and chili vinegar. $44

L.A. Will Begin Listing Restaurants Linked to COVID-19 Outbreaks

Brittany Martin • Los Angeles Magazine • April 22, 2020

. Gjusta in Venice reported a staff member tested positive on March 30.

Tasting the future of L.A. dining via takeout

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • July 18, 2020

teenager who baked at Gjusta and then turned his bread-making into, yes, a successful takeout and delivery project. — This week from our cooking heroes Genevieve Ko and Ben Mims: braised collards (yay, says the Southerner), vegan picadillo empanadas and

Where to Get Some of the Best Bagels in L.A. Right Now

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • January 15, 2020

fresh. Coming soon: Pizza bagels and maybe pizza pop-ups on the patio. 4315 W. Riverside Dr., Burbank. Maury’s Kyle David Moreno Backstory: Started as a pop-up by Gjusta general manager Jason Kaplan. A brick-and-mortar Maury’s debuted last March. Bagels

Review: Jonathan Gold finds a lesson in up-to-date good taste at Gjusta in Venice

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • February 27, 2015

To get to Gjusta, you tool past Santa Monica’s Main Street boutiques, past Jonathan Borofsky’s leering ballerina clown on the corner of Main and Rose, and turn left just after the giant Claes Oldenburg binoculars that mark Google’s Los Angeles

a former warehouse. You have arrived at the de facto Silicon Beach canteen. And like the community it serves, Gjusta, the newish place from owner Fran Camaj and chef-owner Travis Lett, the people who brought you Gjelina and Gjelina Takeaway, is

What would a game-changing L.A. vegetarian restaurant look like?

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • October 19, 2019

leaving popular Venice restaurants Gjusta and Gjelina. Lastly, a must-read from staff writer Victoria Kim about Christian Morales, a South Korean-born chef re-creating the flavors of East L.A., where he grew up, since being deported to Seoul 17 years ago.