Jet talked about his standout Father’s Day meal at Providence. It’s really a one-of-a-kind Los Angeles experience.
In the opinion of the “SoCal Restaurant Show” this is L.A.’s finest seafood restaurant owned by Executive Chef Michael Cimarusti and business partner Donato Poto. Poto oversees the smooth-running front-of-the house there and also is the ultimate curator of the superb wine list. They previously worked together to great acclaim at Water Grill in Downtown Los Angeles before going out on their own and establishing Providence in the original home of Joachim Splichal’s Patina.
Helena Brown (with front-of-the-house restaurant experience) and Helen Springut (with marketing and event management expertise) have joined forces to create “this is not a pop-up.”
Thursday through Sunday evenings at Square One Dining on Fountain Avenue in Los Angeles a visiting guest chef presents an original 5 course tasting menu for $50.00. Each chef is in the kitchen there for a week. Through Jan. 27th Food Network’s Adam Gertler is cooking his unconventional take on traditional Jewish deli fare.
Florent and Amelia Marneau set the standard for elegant, unpretentious fine-dining when they opened Marche Moderne in 2007. Chef Florent had previously launched the very successful Pinot Provence for master chef Joachim Splichal (his first venture in Orange County.) Amelia was a highly regarded executive pastry chef. Now Chef Florent is the menu maker and Amelia runs the front-of-the-house and also creates the superb dessert menu. Talk about teamwork…
Amelia spoke about one of a series of delectable special events that Marche Moderne orchestrates during the year to keep the restaurant fresh. Now through December 30th is the festive “40 Days of Champagne and Caviar” Holiday Celebration. It’s a nightly special menu of six premium caviar selections and accompanying bubbly from four renowned Champagne houses along with the traditional accoutrements and caviar-friendly cocktails. How about that for Holiday spirit ?