Review: Curtis Stone's Maude in Beverly Hills

Counter Intelligence: Jonathan Gold reviews Maude, the new restaurant by celebrity chef Curtis Stone that's in Beverly Hills.
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • October 23, 2015
Maude is a narrow shoe box of a restaurant hidden amid the chain steakhouses and salad parlors of South Beverly Drive. Its only sign is a discreet metal door handle in the shape of the letter M. Its small dining room, half finished with white...
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