Ex-Sutra Chef Stephane Beauchamp's New Manhattan Supper Club Does Steaks Like They Do in the NYC

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • May 22, 2008
The Apple In Orange Steaks like they do in Manhattan, minus the annoying accents I've never met a braised short rib I haven't liked. But the one I had recently at the new Manhattan Supper Club in Orange I loved. It's served as a primeval bone-in...
The full article can be read on the OC Weekly website.

Related Articles

The Perfect L.A. Restaurant, According to Your Astrological Sign

Marisa Vito • Los Angeles Magazine • November 6, 2019
Can your zodiac sign predict your favorite place to eat? We asked Aliza Kelly, author of The Mixology of Astrology: Cosmic Cocktail Recipes for Every Sign and Starring You: A Guided Journey Through Astrology, to match starry personalities to...

Simmzy's Is Breaking Down the Wall

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • June 7, 2012
There are no walls at Simmzy's. No, really, there aren't any outside walls. Every seat along the border of this street-corner bar-cum-restaurant is essentially on the sidewalk. There used to be two presumably non-load-bearing façades enclosing the...

3 Notable L.A. Restaurants to Try in March

Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • February 28, 2020
From a massive Mediterranean spot in WeHo to a take-out chicken joint in Los Feliz, here are some restaurants you have to try this month. Olivetta The massive new Mediterranean restaurant features four different eating areas and 150 seats. The...

Openaire at the Line Hotel in Koreatown is imperfect but go for the weekend brunch

Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • October 30, 2019
Hotel dining is not known for good value. Openaire, the newish poolside restaurant that replaced Roy Choi’s Commissary at the Line Hotel in Koreatown, is no exception. The portions are small, carafes of sparkling water cost $5, the avocado toast...

Try Korean BBQ with dry-aged beef at Koreatown's Jeong Yuk Jeom

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • November 7, 2019
Among the dozens of Korean barbecue restaurants packed into Koreatown’s 2.7 square miles, how might an ambitious new entrant distinguish itself? Jeong Yuk Jeom, located on the first floor of MaDang mall (above H Mart), brings the visual drama. Its...