Matū Is Rethinking Meat-Centric Dining in Beverly Hills

A new spot from Sugarfish’s cofounder offers diners an ”exploration of beef”
Andy Wang • Los Angeles Magazine • June 22, 2021
Don’t call it a steak house. Sugarfish cofounder Jerry Greenberg’s new Matū in Beverly Hills, opening July 8, is a different kind of beef-forward restaurant. All of the meat is sustainably raised, beautifully marbled, omega-3-rich, grass-fed Wagyu...
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