Jonathan Gold's 10 best dishes of 2015

The 10 best dishes of 2015 at Los Angeles restaurants; Jonathan Gold's choices.
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • December 11, 2015
A decade or two from now, when line-caught sea bass will seem as rare and unobtainable as sturgeon caviar is now, drive-through windows sell more lentil bowls than cheeseburgers and we have gotten used to the idea of Taylor Swift as the governor...
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