Review: The meat is truly what matters at APL, Adam Perry Lang’s steakhouse

Barbecue expert Adam Perry Lang shows off his mastery of steaks and smoked short ribs at his throwback Hollywood chophouse.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • April 4, 2019
I can’t say that our server at APL, the Hollywood steakhouse owned by barbecue maestro Adam Perry Lang, exactly talked our table into ordering $300 worth of beef for three people. But she praised the menu’s two largest and most expensive...
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