José Andrés will open Bazaar Meat, more in downtown L.A.

Details on chef José Andrés' multiple new downtown Los Angeles restaurants including Bazaar Meat.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • January 3, 2022
After a 16-month hiatus, José Andrés and his D.C.-based ThinkFoodGroup are returning to Los Angeles, with plans to open three restaurants and a bar at the Grand L.A., a new retail, residence and hotel development designed by Frank Gehry. Located...
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