In the Waning Days of the Shutdown, L.A. Takeout Has Gotten Elaborate

Not ready to eat out for Father’s Day? You can get plenty of fine dining to go
Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • June 19, 2020
With the lockdown dragging on and on, fine-dining chefs are taking takeout to new levels—and there’s a hunger for it. “Initially we just wanted to give people comforting things to feel safe and homey, but now that experience has to evolve,” says...
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