L.A.’s dining timeline has gone through some major cultural ripples

It’s been a radical decade in dining for Los Angeles.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • January 3, 2020
L.A. dining culture thrives on plurality. Restaurants in the region’s many rooted immigrant communities cook remarkable foods to please their own populaces. Second-generation chefs graft traditions and innovations in singular ways, often returning...
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