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The 75 best restaurants in Orange County in 2019 (15-1)

Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • May 3, 2019

list in reverse order, with 75-61 appearing Monday, April 29; 60-46 on Tuesday, April 30; 45-31 on Wednesday, May 1; 30-16 on Thursday, May 2; and finally, the top 15 on Friday, May 3. 15. Vine (2018 ranking: 15) Sit in the front bar area if you like it

satisfying, but you might want to ask for the sauce on the side. 211 N. El Camino Real, San Clemente, 949-361-2079, vinesanclemente.com Jared Cook in the kitchen at Vine San Clemente (Photo by Leonard Ortiz, Orange County Register/SCNG) 14. Solita (2018

Vine    A Restaurant    The Ranch Restaurant    Irenia    Water Grill    Broadway    Mastro's Steakhouse    Brick    Vaca    Arc    Taco María    Marché Moderne    Bourbon Steak    Hana re    Solita   

Knott’s Berry Farm Is Offering Its Famous Fried Chicken Dinners To Go

Chris Nichols • Los Angeles Magazine • May 4, 2020

Knott revived a hybrid plant that was created by Rudolf Boysen and left to die on the vine. Knott named the hybrid of European raspberry, European blackberry, American dewberry, and loganberry after the botanist and the rest is delicious California

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

textbook wedge, thrashed with blue cheese and draped with an almost obscene flop of grilled bacon, had become a chophouse signature; it hits the mark in takeout form, too. Pickup or delivery. 1680 Vine St., Los Angeles, (323) 416-1280, aplrestaurant.com

Diversifying the wine industry one Zoom at a time

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • November 4, 2020

chance,” with a full session on the red wine grape frequently used in Chilean winemaking. The September session focused on the global warming crisis and how it’s affecting vines. “We’re putting things in the lens of BIPOC not just biculturally but

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

Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • April 2, 2020

holiday. The soup is available hot or frozen ($14 per quart), and the brisket is sold by the half pound ($16). Both are available for curbside pickup and delivery Tuesday through Saturday from noon to 7 p.m. 1680 Vine St., Los Angeles, (323) 416-1280

Akasha    APL    Birdie G's    Huckleberry    Jar    Pasjoli    Slab   

Ask Brad: How to find wine bargains in restaurants

Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • November 7, 2019

. Some examples of this are Wine Works for Everyone (26342 Oso Parkway, Mission Viejo, 949-582-0026, wineworksforeveryone.com), The Cellar (156 Avenida Del Mar, San Clemente, 949-492-3663, thecellarsite.com) or Twisted Vine (127 W. Commonwealth Ave

(19100 Von Karman Ave., Irvine, 949-752-5222, bistango.com), where the wine list offers more than 400 selections. You could easily spend a fortune here if you wanted to, but you can also find great bottles on the lower end, like an old-vine zinfandel from

California wineries reel after closing tasting rooms due to coronavirus

Daniel Miller, Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • March 17, 2020

. Across the state, wineries heeded Newsom’s advisory, shuttering their tasting rooms and canceling tours on Monday. Although production will continue — at this time of year, vines are pruned and some wines are bottled — the effects of the advisory will be

Best thing I ate: This new pizzeria has a crust that rivals Mozza

Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • May 22, 2019

the original Old Vine Cafe. (The owner also operates the banh mi shop East Borough at The Camp.) The chef/partner is Joey Booterbaugh, formerly of Cafe Birdie and Bar Angeles in L.A. And if his Instagram account is any indication, it looks like he’s

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

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 4, 2019

quintessential steakhouse trope: the shiny, masculine clubhouse. The restaurant is steps from the intersection of Hollywood and Vine. Note the sidewalk-embedded stars for Audrey Hepburn and Dick Gregory as you walk from the street and right into the dining room

) LOCATION 1680 Vine St., Los Angeles, (323) 416-1280, aplrestaurant.com PRICES Starters $6-$21; steaks $32-$132; other mains $17-$47; signature short rib platter $168; sides $9-$16; daytime sandwiches $6-$50. DETAILS Credit cards accepted. Full bar. Valet

New Beverly Grove vegan restaurant Nic's on Beverly is missing creative spark

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • October 17, 2019

restaurant, and French-inspired Terrine not long before it. Adler added plants and cascading vines around the walls to make the nook into even more of a verdant refuge. The food too is meant to offer sanctuary, in the form of universal comforts that happen to