Westside catering scene December 9, 2021
Fertilizer + Wine, Chef Matthew Kenney’s plant-based vegan restaurant in Venice will be offering a special Christmas menu this year according to their Instagram pages. You can make your reservation on their website and dinner is available from 12:00 PM to 9:00 PM on December 24, 2021. The cost is $ 99 per person and there is an optional $ 35 food and wine pairing for dinner. Here is the beautiful special menu: Starter: Gougeres with Black Truffle and Hazelnuts; Starter: Beets, Delicata Squash, Coconut, Espelette, Pepitas; Primi dish: Cassoulet of White Beans, Celeriac, Candied Winter Vegetables; Starter: Wild Mushroom, Vichyssoise, Roots, Radish, Seeds; Dessert: Winter Citrus, Cherry, Mascarpone, Thyme.
Chinese restaurant Westwood closed
Dun Huang, a northwest Chinese restaurant headquartered in New York City, has reportedly opened a new location in Westwood at 1081 Gayley Avenue, but there is now space available for rent on the property without the restaurant opening. never according to Toddrickallen.com who also signaled the potential opening of the restaurant in June 2020. Apparently the interior of the proposed restaurant appears to have been nobody there for a long time and the interior has been ripped off according to Toddrickallen.com. Will Dun Huang in Rowland Heights remain the only branch on the west coast? The answer to this question remains to be determined.
Brentwood Pizza Chef to be featured at Hulu Dough Show
Pizzana, the pizza and pasta restaurant recently awarded the Michelin Bib Gourmand label, announced that its chef, Daniel Etudi, will be one of the judges of the new pizza contest series on Hulu called “Best In Dough”, as announced on their Instagram pages. It is the opening of an exciting new chapter for Pizzana. Their founder Candice Nelson will serve as executive producer on the show. The show will give viewers a chance to learn more about what it really takes to make delicious pizza and give chefs new challenges to take the humble pizza to new levels of creativity that will delight judges and judges alike. viewers.
CBD restaurant arrives in Santa Monica
Chef Chris Sayegh, owner of The herb chef culinary platform that “first creates intriguing and delicious foods and then infuses them with cannabis.” will open a bar called Nostalgia at 1326 Pico Blvd which will become a full restaurant in January 2022, as reported And now Los Angeles. In keeping with the nostalgia theme, the bar will serve alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages infused with CBD as well as foods that date back to the 1970s to the 2000s. CBD infused beverages have been legal again since the passage of Bill 45 of the Assembly in October, which made these drinks legal in the state again. Once the full restaurant opens, it will operate with a seasonal menu that includes drinks such as drizzled Otter Pops and Capri Suns and lobster rolls topped with caviar and branzino fish and chips as per And now Los Angeles. None of the foods will be infused with CBD, but Chef Sayegh will be hosting private dinners for $ 295 each for diners looking to indulge themselves. Sayegh had experience in many different kitchens before opening The Herbal Chef, the most notable of which was working under Chef Josiah Citrin at Melisse, the Michelin starred restaurant.