Since its debut in 2005, Providence has been hailed by critics as one of the top restaurants in the United States.
Chef Cimarusti is completely dedicated to procuring the finest sustainable seafood—from regional coasts and international waters—and treats those ingredients with uncompromising respect and sophisticated technique. “First and foremost, what guides us here is sustainability,” Cimarusti says. “We use only wild-caught, sustainable products, mostly from American waters, and look to highlight their finest qualities.”
The accolades for Providence include multiple James Beard Award nominations; “Top 50 Restaurants in the United States” by Gourmet magazine; “Best Seafood Restaurant” by Los Angeles magazine; the #1 ranking in “Jonathan Gold’s 101 Best Restaurants” in the Los Angeles Times; and two highly coveted Michelin stars.
Award-winning European and American chefs will join culinary forces at the All-Star Chef Classic in L.A. Live from March 11-14, 2015. The event features six intimate meals prepared by some of the best chefs in the country and overseas. There will be three masters’ dinners (the French Masters, American Masters and British Masters), a Cuisine…
When the LA Food and Wine Festival first started in 2010, many of today’s great restaurants like Alma and The Church Key did not yet exist. In recent years, LA’s culinary scene has grown tremendously and the LA Food and Wine Festival encompasses the best of it in a matter of four days. Beginning on the…