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3 New Restaurants You Have to Try in September

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • August 30, 2019

superb pastas, and then share the Antico steak ($44). Find room for fresh strawberry ice cream topped with farmers’ market fave Harry’s Berries. 4653 Beverly Blvd., Larchmont. The Rooster View this post on Instagram A post shared by The Rooster LA

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These Breakfast Burritos Are There for You When You Need Them Most

Brittany Martin • Los Angeles Magazine • August 13, 2019

., Pasadena; 531 E. Walnut St., Pasadena. The Rooster View this post on Instagram A post shared by The Rooster LA (@theroosterla) on Jul 27, 2019 at 7:40am PDT The Rooster rose in the breakfast burrito ranks before it even had a restaurant. Operating a food

truck for three years, chef Rouha Sadighi developed a cult following, particularly for her signature offering, the Rico Suave (eggs, cheddar and cotija cheeses, tots, avocado, cilantro crema, bacon, and molcajete salsa). This June the Rooster opened a

Happy Chinese New Year: Restaurants for noodles, dumplings, chicken, fish and more

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • January 21, 2017

Happy Chinese New Year! Red envelopes and lion dances for all! If you want to celebrate at a Chinese restaurant, and I can’t see why you wouldn’t, here are a few places to ring in the Year of the Rooster.   Ask Jonathan Goldbot where to eat on

The Hidden Kitchen at Rooster Cafe Will Be Gone After Feb. 20th

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • January 7, 2009

Get it while it lasts, folks.  The final curtain call for The Hidden Kitchen in its current incarnation at the Rooster Cafe will be February 20th.   Dr. Jeff Dobkin, one of the principals behind the project, wrote the following entry on their blog

few more options for dishes, lots more wine, etc.  To this end, we have decided that February 20th will be the final day of service for The Hidden Kitchen at The Rooster Cafe.  Keep coming back until then and make sure that we have your emails

5 Long-Shuttered OC Restaurants That I Miss

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • May 11, 2012

the Rooster Cafe. It was, for all intents and purposes, one of OC's first pop-ups. But since all the principals had day jobs (two were medical doctors) plans for a more permanent restaurant never materialized. But I still remember the moist, pan

Boqueria's Tasty Tapas Hatches at Rooster Cafe

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • May 28, 2009

Bawk-Bawk-Boqueria!A tasty tapas bar is the latest concept to hatch at the restaurant incubator that is the Rooster Cafe Jack FlynnNs Rooster Cafe has become more than a purveyor of egg breakfasts; it is now equally well-known as a new-restaurant

aioli. Yes, these are filler to be sure, but the crusty golden skins and ethereally fluffy insides will make you regret ever saying anything complimentary about McDonaldNs fries. Boqueria at the Rooster Cafe, 750 Saint Claire, Costa Mesa, (714) 727-7286

The Mystery of Costa Mesa's Hidden Kitchen, Finally Revealed!

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • November 6, 2008

by the Rooster Cafe and turning it into a place that serves market-driven California/French dinners. Appropriately enough, they’ve called their project the Hidden Kitchen. Jeff and Julie will be your servers; Holly and Jason will do the cooking. By

. So take this tip and go already, but do me a favor: Don’t tell anyone else. The Hidden Kitchen at the Rooster Café, 750 Saint Clair St., Costa Mesa, (714) 662-5808; www.myspace.com/hiddenkitchen. Open Thurs.-Fri., 6-9 p.m. $35 per person excluding tax

An Interview With Jeff Dobkin & Jason Coulston of Hidden Kitchen

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • February 9, 2010

a week in borrowed space at The Rooster Cafe in Costa Mesa. It was just a temporary home for it. Since they left almost exactly a year ago, they've been looking for a permanent space to resurrect their project. I recently checked in with Jeff Dobkin

[Year in Film] Will Jeff Bridges Finally Get That Elusive Oscar for 'Crazy Heart'?

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • December 24, 2009

hard “for an old guy to get a job” in the industry. Yet he will follow in John WayneNs footsteps as the iconic Rooster Cogburn in the Coen BrothersN remake of True Grit, scheduled for release in 2011, and heNs in post-production on a sequel to the 1982