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  1. Eva Longoria's Lawyer Gets a Burger Named After Him

    8:00 am 1/3/2013

    UPDATED: Westwood's Napa Valley Grille adds the turkey-based dish to the menu in honor of frequent diner Larry Stein.Read more

  2. Diet Books Crowd Shelves in Time for New Year's

    7:00 am 1/3/2013

    From Ellen's yogi Cameron Alborzian to Jillian Michaels, how to slim down like a star.Read more

  3. The 4 Best Places to Eat During TCA

    5:00 am 1/3/2013

    Instead of another meal at Pasadena's Langham Hotel, try nearby spots for a taste of Italy, noteworthy Chinese cuisine -- and the best cocktails around.Read more

  4. Industry Deli Junior’s Will Serve Its Last Meal on New Year's Eve

    4:47 pm 12/27/2012

    Faced with a rent hike, the already recession-battered Westside institution -– long a favorite of Hollywood players -– is shutting its doors Dec. 31.Read more

  5. Hot New Restaurant -- Doma

    6:21 pm 12/19/2012

    THR’s pick of the week for industry dining is an industry-oriented addition to Beverly Hills’ Golden Triangle from the owner of old-school celeb magnet Dan Tana’s.Read more

  6. Clear Channel Music Execs-Turned-Pizza Impresarios Take THR’s Taste Test

    6:54 pm 12/17/2012

    The partners behind SoCal’s rapidly expanding PizzaRev chain talk sunflower seeds, sea urchin, Louisiana–style gumbo and more.Read more

  7. Hot New Restaurant -- Public School 310

    6:13 pm 12/13/2012

    THR’s pick of the week for industry dining is a glossy gastropub in Culver City from the maestro behind the industry-beloved Grill on the Alley.Read more

  8. 'The Best Thing I Ever Ate' Creator David Hoffman Takes THR’s Taste Test

    7:57 pm 12/7/2012

    The executive producer at the Food Network – whose durable series celebrates its 100th episode on Dec. 9 -- talks wood-fired garlic knots, stir-fried crickets, banana cream pie, coconut and more.Read more

  9. Food Critic Jonathan Gold Dishes on Starring in His Upcoming Documentary

    5:09 pm 12/7/2012

    “It’s cheaper than seeing a shrink,” jokes the Pulitzer-winning Los Angeles Times restaurant reviewer of living his life on film, production of which was first announced Thursday.Read more

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