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Eating FIRST BITE


a Lost at Sea Pasadena’s Lost at Sea is the latest


project from Papilles’s Santos Uy and Tim Carey, and it features a menu of SoCal ingredients and French techniques—think dishes like Tuscan kale with garlic confit and pickled golden raisins. Uy’s wine curation is on point, with a selection that leans toward Old World, obscure varietals. à 57 E Holly St, Pasadena (323-553-0563, lostatseapas.com)


f Kettle Black Situated next door to sister restaurant


Sawyer in Silver Lake, Kettle Black is a striking Italian eatery helmed by chef Sydney C. Hunter III. Pizzas might come topped with sunny-side–up eggs and shimeji mushrooms, while fashionable diners twirl strands of capellini in a Parmesan brodo. Don’t overlook the craft cocktails—two whole pages of ’em. à 3705 W Sunset Blvd (323-641-3705, kettleblackla.com)


f Gwen Butcher Shop


& Restaurant Following the success of Maude, chef Curtis Stone has opened his highly anticipated sophomore project in Hollywood: Gwen. Stop by the butcher shop for a pristine cut of beef, or enjoy a prix-fixe meal in the glitzy dining room, where dishes might include house-made charcuterie, orecchiette with pancetta or a trio of lamb. To drink, we love the Spritz in Nature, made with apricot, basil, gin and soda. à 6600 Sunset Blvd (323-946-7512, gwenla.com)


Time Out Los Angeles October–December 2016


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PHOTOGRAPHS (FROM LEFT): COURTESY KETTLE BLACK/RYAN TANAKA; COURTESY LOST AT SEA; COURTESY GWEN/RAY KATHATORIAN


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