Chef Jordan Kahn’s Meteora is a Pleasure Dome of Rediscovery

Meteora is as much about stimulating the senses as it is about food; also Mr T moves to L.A. from Paris and a retro burger joint in Fairfax
Heather Platt • Los Angeles Magazine • November 2, 2022
UPON ENTERING Meteora, chef Jordan Kahn’s new restaurant on Melrose, guests encounter a strong gust of incense. The sensory experience has begun.Meteora inhabits a storied restaurant space that previously housed Auburn, Hatfield’s, and, before...
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