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Meet L.A.'s Rock & Roll Prince Of Paella

Chef Perfecto Rocher has mastered the rice dish
Feb 16, 2015 2:00 pm

It's 5:30 p.m. on a Sunday night. The minute the doors to the venue open, fans rush in. The show is Dia de Les Paelles (Paella Day) at smoke.oil.salt in Los Angeles, and the stage is a wood-fired grill from Texas tucked into the back wall of the dining room. There's definitely a rock star working that stage, and his name is Perfecto Rocher.

London's 5 Toughest Tables

Booked by luck, fate or a well-greased connection
Feb 10, 2015 10:00 am

For a population more prone to doling out restrained praise than over-the-top plaudits, Londoners are certainly not immune to the powers of restaurant hype. Though locals express their enthusiasm with cool reserve, the clamor for tables speaks to a level of fanaticism that has turned reservation-making into a humbling game of “sweet-talk the hostess.”

Here Is A Map Of All The Kickstarter-Funded Restaurants Around The Country

Crowd-funded projects are on the rise nationwide
Feb 9, 2015 3:30 pm

Kickstarter has become an increasingly popular way for both chefs and owners to raise capital for new restaurants. Several Kickstarter-funded restaurants nationwide have already achieved acclaim. And as this handy map shows, the crowd-funding platform is hardly getting big in just large cities. While the Northeast has taken a lead in funding restaurant projects, there have been a number of openings throughout the South, Midwest, West Coast, Northwest and beyond. Get to giving, people!

5 Places To Eat And Drink In Liverpool

A sporting city gets serious about cooking
Feb 9, 2015 12:00 pm

Liverpool: It’s the hometown of the Beatles and other awesome bands like Echo & The Bunnymen and The La’s (a personal favorite). The locals are way, way serious about their football. It’s a port city that also hosts a vibrant art scene (in the form of street art and museums like the Tate). What you might not know is that the city’s dining scene is on the rise.

Staffing A New Restaurant Kitchen Is Both A Nightmare And A Crapshoot

Florida chef on the pressure to find talent
Feb 4, 2015 11:00 am

Greg Baker, chef-owner of the Refinery in Tampa, Florida, is a 20-year kitchen veteran, having worked in Portland, Oregon, and New York City before opening his James Beard Award-nominated restaurant in 2010. From time to time he writes about his life running restaurants. Today, the topic is staffing.

Navigating The London Craft-Coffee Scene, One V60 At A Time

In under a decade, a city transforms completely
Feb 4, 2015 10:00 am

Just a decade ago, it was nearly impossible to imagine a London as serious about coffee as it is today. Outsiders and local residents incurred great risk when ordering a cappuccino — they were likely to receive a bitingly bitter, collapsed-foam concoction in return. Thankfully, those Dark Ages of caffeinating have since lapsed, with London displaying a verve for the art of coffee-making and embracng a 17th-century café-culture-meets-Stumptown state of mind. Here are six favorites.

Eater Restaurant Critic Bill Addison Releases List Of 38 Good Ones. We Approve.

Nine months of insane eating produced a fine list
Jan 8, 2015 4:30 pm

Since April 2014, Eater restaurant critic Bill Addison enjoyed (read: endured) 263 meals in 29 American cities. That’s nine months of near-constant travel, trips to the gym, Photoshop sessions, late-night writing sessions, airport lounge writing sessions, and a whole lot of time sitting in restaurants. The result is a fine list of 38 to visit.

2014: A Year In Restaurants. The Good Ones.

Our editors weigh in on the year in dining out
Dec 31, 2014 10:00 am

The Internet is in the midst of year-end list madness. Let us prolong the season one more day when Food Republic editors weigh-in on the year in dining out, specifically their top meals of 2014.

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