Review: Second A.O.C. in Brentwood boosts L.A. dining scene

Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne open a second, triumphant location of A.O.C. in Brentwood
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • July 22, 2021
My last memorable restaurant experience in 2020 was in November at one of the city’s modern classics: A.O.C. on West 3rd Street. I couldn’t have known the meal would be a finish of sorts to the year. It was about two weeks before the Los Angeles...
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