I thought one of my favorite L.A. restaurants had closed forever. It's back

Here's Looking at You in Ktown is back, as wonderfully irreverent as ever
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • February 26, 2022
Did I feel a little skeptical the first time I sat down to a meal at Here’s Looking at You? It was early spring 2018 and I was still wandering the country as Eater’s national critic. The energy at Lien Ta and Jonathan Whitener’s tiny, eccentric...
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