Bicyclette Makes West L.A. Feel Like the Left Bank

At their new West L.A. bistro, the République team is pulling off a seemingly impossible feat
Heather Platt • Los Angeles Magazine • August 17, 2021
With their latest, Bicyclette, acclaimed République chefs Walter and Margarita Manzke have re-created Paris on Pico Boulevard, albeit with California produce. “While the food may be done in a way that is a bit contemporary and farm-to-table, it’s...
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