Saturday, August 06, 2011

Plate by Plate 2011 (Los Angeles, CA)

Plate by Plate 2011
214 S Main St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
www.platebyplate.org/la/
Sat 08/06/2011, 05:45p-10:00p




Plate by Plate 2011


This past Saturday, August 6, Project by Project hosted its ninth Annual Tasting Benefit, Plate by Plate, at the Vibiana cathedral in Downtown LA. Project by Project is a nationwide tax-exempt volunteer organization centered on issues relating to the Asian-American community. Every year, PbP selects a non-profit to partner with, and this year, it's the Asian Youth Center, a local community group focused on providing social services to recent immigrant youth. As always, Plate by Plate showcased the culinary talents of some of LA's most popular eateries, as well as a wide variety of libations from a bevy of purveyors.

Vibiana Kitchen
The calm before the storm: T-15 minutes and things are relatively subdued in the kitchen.

Vibiana Group Photo
Assembly for the group photo, just minutes before things got crazy.

Thi Tran, Matt Kim Bruno Herve-Commereuc, Nguyen Tran
Pandan Donut Holes Malay Coco Pineapple Chix
Somewhat fittingly, the first table I visited was Starry Kitchen. Aided by a debonair bow-tied Matt Kim, the wife-and-husband team of Thi and Nguyen Tran (in his formal banana suit regalia) was on-hand to present their Pandan Donut Holes and Malay Coco Pineapple Chicken.

Matt Kim, Yulree Chun
PbP's Manager of Past Partner Relations Yulree Chun brings her sexy back. I'd be smiling too if I were Matt.

Chris Ostray, Gavin Mills, Jessica Mills Housemade Chorizo, Duck Galantine, Pork Rillettes, Port and Foie Gras Pâté
Next up was Wood & Vine, Hollywood's hottest new eatery. Executive Chef Gavin Mills was joined by his wife Jessica, along with Sous Chef Chris Ostray, and the trio put forth a mouthwatering spread of W&V's housemade charcuterie: Housemade Chorizo, Duck Galantine, Pork Rillettes, and Port and Foie Gras Pâté. Note the straying eyes on Chris--perhaps he caught a glance of Yulree!

Betty Lang, Anahita Naderi Goat Cheese & Watermelon Salad
Chilled Tomato Gazpacho Spiced Apricot Cake with Salted Caramel
Joined by event planner Betty Lang of Vanda Events, Chef Anahita Naderi went above and beyond with her trio of dishes: Goat Cheese & Watermelon Salad, Chilled Tomato Gazpacho, and Spiced Apricot Cake with Salted Caramel. In addition to tending to the catering business, the two are currently collaborating on a underground dinner series called Hidden Dinner.

Ani Phyo
Ani Phyo certainly seems to be enjoying Anahita's melons.

David Plonowski, Joe Miller
Gazpacho Tostada of House Conserved Carlsbad Mussels, Roasted Piquillo Peppers, Shallots, Crushed Garlic, 25 yr Sherry Vinegar, Lemon Essence & Oleostepa Oil
Bar Pintxo's Executive Chef David Plonowski was joined by owner Joseph Miller, and true to the restaurant's tapas-centric form, the duo whipped up Gazpacho and a Tostada of House Conserved Carlsbad Mussels, Roasted Piquillo Peppers, Shallots, Crushed Garlic, 25 yr Sherry Vinegar, Lemon Essence & Oleostepa Oil.

Bruno Herve-Commereuc, Partner Boudin Blanc with Shitake Mushrooms & Boudin Noir with Cippolini Peach Relish
Le Saint Amour's Bruno Herve-Commereuc and his "partner" threw a true sausage fest, with both a Boudin Noir with Cippolini Peach Relish and a Boudin Blanc with Shitake Mushrooms.

Katherine Lee Audrey Lo, Ray Warriner
Left: PbP Director of Fundraising Katherine Lee loves her some of Bruno's boudin.
Right: PbP's Manager of Team & Leadership Development Audrey Lo, along with PbP Volunteer Management team member Ray Warriner.

Shoshana Raphael, Adam Horton, Louis Rivera Escolar Tataki with Burnt Lemon, Yogurt, Chile and Cucumber
One of the most visually arresting plates of the night, Escolar Tataki with Burnt Lemon, Yogurt, Chile and Cucumber was the word over at Adam Horton's Raphael. Joining the Chef was restaurant co-owner Shoshana Raphael and cook Louis Rivera.

Julian Fang, Daniel Vasquez, Laurent Quenioux
Lamb Sweetbreads, Chipotle Glaze Hamachi, Uni Russian Salad, Yuzu Kosho
Laurent Quenioux was accompanied by the recently-hitched Julian Fang, as well as long-time compatriot Daniel Vasquez. Food-wise, we're talking Lamb Sweetbreads, Chipotle Glaze and Hamachi, Uni Russian Salad, Yuzu Kosho.

Nick C, Gabriel Perez Foie Gras Foam with Spiced Cherry Compote
In Seakyeong Kim's absence, Charlie Palmer at Bloomingdale's was represented by Sous Chef Nick C, who put out a Foie Gras Foam with Spiced Cherry Compote.

Ann Nguyen Catherine Kim
Two of our industrious PbP ladies: Co-Manager of Restaurant Relations Ann Nguyen and Beverages team member Catherine Kim.

Frenchman
He likes being the meat in this sandwich.

Victor Nguyen and Girlfriend Lien Ta, Stephane Bombet
Left: Moving outside into the VIP space, I immediately ran into Victor Nguyen, one of the winners of my Plate by Plate Ticket Giveaway--see, people really do win these things!
Right: Stephane Bombet with his new assistant, Huffington Post contributor Lien Ta.

Helen Kim and Boyfriend
PbP Manager of Event Production Helen Kim with her beau.

Marge Manzke, Walter Manzke, Perry Pollaci Walter Manzke, Nguyen Tran
Potato Dorado Frenchman
Aided by wife Margarita Manzke and Perry Pollaci, Walter Manzke fried up some Potato Dorado for us to enjoy. Think of a flauta, but with finesse--Nguyen and our friend from Le Saint Amour both seemed to enjoy it!

Janice Jann Grace Hsiang, Hadley Tomicki
Two of PbP's media partners: Audrey Magazine editor Janice Jann, looking as lovely as ever, along with Grubstreet's Hadley Tomicki.

Rose Zhu, Melody Chang
PbP volunteers Rose Zhu and Melody Chang, photobombed by Julian.

Julian Cox Barback, Dina Pepito, Julian Cox
Sotto was represented by famed barman Julian Cox, who churned out a refreshing Sicilian Sling with Gin, Aperol, peach, fresh lemon juice, and Peychaud's bitters. Assisting was Sotto GM/partner Dina Pepito and a rather young-looking barback.

Enjoying Cox Julian Cox, Trevor Chang
Left: Three ladies get their fill of Cox.
Right: JC with PbP's dapper Director of Leadership Development Trevor Chang.

Noodle Holder Ann Nguyen
Garlic Noodles Eggplant Tofu Skewers
An Catering brought their much-hyped Garlic Noodles, while Tiato had some Eggplant Tofu Skewers.

Jan Purdy, Andre Guerrero, Mike Genelli with Marinara Meatball Sauce and Reggiano Parmesan
Andre Guerrero and Jan Purdy from Maximiliano dished out bowls of Genelli with Marinara Meatball Sauce and Reggiano Parmesan. Look out for Maximiliano to debut in Highland Park in the near future!

Kaywan Shiraz, Marian Bacol-Uba, Katie B
More media: PbP Manager of Multimedia Marian Bacol-Uba with Kaywan Shiraz from Bakit Why and Katie B from Yelp.

Chef, William Ha, Polly Ha Spicy Braised Chicken and Potatoes with 'Kochujang' Sauce & Kimchi and Mozzarella Rice with Masago Mayo Sauce
Four Seasons Catering is perhaps best known for catering the recent, much-publicized Choi-Fang nuptials. Here, owners Billy and Polly Ha, along with Chef Don, served up a duo of Korean-inflected dishes: Kimchi and Mozzarella Rice with Masago Mayo Sauce, and Spicy Braised Chicken and Potatoes with 'Kochujang' Sauce.

Michael Cardenas, Polly Ha Hisaharu Kawabe, Koji Miyamoto
Hisaharu Kawabe Marinated Albacore Hand Roll
Michael Cardenas and Cute Girl Hadley Tomicki
Polly was lamenting the fact that she couldn't deep fry her Kimchi-Mozz balls, so I took her over to Walter Manzke's station to show her how he was doing it using an induction burner and cast iron pot. Next door to Manzke was Aburiya Toranoko. Owner Michael Cardenas was on hand, as was Executive Chef Hisaharu Kawabe and Sous Chef Koji Miyamoto, both of whom were furiously churning out Marinated Albacore Hand Rolls.

Annie Lin Ray Warriner, Theresa
Left: PbP's inimitable Director of Operations, Annie Lin, mixes things up.
Right: Ray Warriner and his date Theresa.

Justin Miller Justin Miller
Porchetta with Soft Polenta Justin Miller, Lauren Pretty
Pizzeria Ortica's CdC Justin Miller knows how to handle his meat, as demonstrated in his delightful Porchetta with Soft Polenta. The pretty Lauren Pretty agrees.

Yong Kim, Chris Oh Spicy Pork Sausage & Kalbi Sausage
Seoul Sausage Company was repped by partners Yong Kim and Chris Oh, and the two offered up their Kalbi Sausage (100% All beef kalbi flavored sausage served with kimchi-kraut and garlic jalapeno aioli), as well as a Spicy Pork Sausage (Pork sausage flavored with traditional korean spices served with apple cabbage slaw).

Christine Fang Eva Card, Craig Thornton
Stepping back inside, I ran into none other than newlywed Christine Fang (née Choi), accompanied by Eva Card and LA hottest underground chef, Craig "Wolvesmouth" Thornton (who hopefully will participate in the tasting next year!).

Lien Ta, Julian Cox, Stephane Bombet Esther Tseng, Julian Cox
Zak Glasserman, Ming Chon Chicken Cau Cau
Picca was my first stop, and though Ricardo Zarate wasn't present, Stephane Bombet, Julian Cox, Lien Ta, and chefs Zak Glasserman and Ming Chon were holding down the fort just fine. A hearty Chicken Cau Cau was just what Esther Tseng of e*star LA needed.

Perry Pollaci Wagyu 'Au Poivre', Baby Yukon-Pearl Onion
I didn't catch David Féau at The Royce unfortunately (I saw him earlier in the evening), but Perry Pollaci, who we last saw helping Walter Manzke out, was there. From what I heard from other diners, their Wagyu "Au Poivre", Baby Yukon-Pearl Onion was one of the favorites of the night.

Manuel Cisneros, Sabel Braganza Tongue with Romesco
The Gorbals sent Manuel Cisneros and Sabel Braganza in place of Ilan Hall, and the two were able to turn out a toothsome tidbit of Tongue with Romesco. Note Cisneros' shifty eyes--looks likes he checking out some hotties!

Haru Kishi, Sara Baldoni
Compressed Watermelon Cubes, Basil Oil Hamachi Mole Pressed Sushi, Aji Amarillo Aioli
Chaya Brasserie's Haru Kishi and Sara Baldoni doled out plates of Compressed Watermelon Cubes, Basil Oil and Hamachi Mole Pressed Sushi, Aji Amarillo Aioli.

Buy My Book! P.C. Cobbler
Working alongside Chaya was Ani Phyo with her vegan, gluten-free, but fortunately not flavor-free P.C. Cobbler.

Tom Cardenas, Hiroshi Shima, Tatsu Sakamoto, Yui Higashijima, Michael Cardenas Hamachi with Heirloom Tomato and Watermelon
Sushi Roku was manned by IDG's VP of Operations Tom Cardenas, Executive Chef Hiroshi Shima, Sous Chef Tatsu Sakamoto, eye candy Yui Higashijima, and once again, owner Michael Cardenas. To eat: a refreshing Hamachi with Heirloom Tomato and Watermelon.

Kris Yenbamroong, Chris Napaamporn Grilled Isan Sour Sausage, Bird Eye Chile, Ginger, Coconut Sticky Rice
Night + Market held its own with Grilled Isan Sour Sausage, Bird Eye Chile, Ginger, Coconut Sticky Rice. Chef/Owner Kris Yenbamroong and Sous Chef Chris Napaamporn made 650 spheres of the fermented sausage, and still managed to run out early. Love the specs on those two!

Sherwin Goo Jennifer Sul and Friends
Left: Perennial Plate by Plate fixture Sherwin Goo.
Right: PbP Director of Volunteer Management Jennifer Sul and friends.

Ruth Shen and Compatriots Betty Mac, Ed, Cassandra Lamb
Left: PbP Events team member Ruth Shen and compatriots.
Right: PbP Beverages team members Betty Mac and Cassandra Lamb, along with Ed Kwon of A Hop, Skip, and a Jump.

Bricia Lopez Martha Martinez, Aaron Salomon
The ever-ebullient Bricia Lopez was here for Guelaguetza, as were her helpers Martha Martinez and Aaron Salomon. They were serving up Tamales Oaxaqueños, black mole and chicken breast tamales wrapped in banana leaf.

Gerardo Nuñez, Kelly McAuliffe, Charlie Skidmore
Eggplant Caviar with Tomato Compote on Toasted Baguette Veal Rillettes with Apple Chutney
Church & State had Eggplant Caviar with Tomato Compote on Toasted Baguette and Veal Rillettes with Apple Chutney. Head chef Jeremy Berlin wasn't in, but Gerardo Nuñez, Kelly McAuliffe, and Charlie Skidmore did a fine job in his absence.

Janet Park, Joanna Park Janet Park, Joanna Park
Joanna Park of LA in Stilettos made a rare appearance without her sister Grace. She was, however, joined by another Park, Janet of Iced Cupcakes and Cookies.

Akira Hirose and Company
Côté Seared House Smoked Schottische Salmon with Broccoli Yuzu Kosho Coulis and Mozuku Aspic Hisaharu Kawabe, Akira Hirose
Akira Hirose's eponymous Maison Akira presented a Côté Seared House Smoked Schottische Salmon with Broccoli Yuzu Kosho Coulis and Mozuku Aspic. Toranoko's chef Hisa Kawabe approves.

Daniel Vasquez, Laurent Quenioux Dan Sosa, Fonda Chang
Left: Hey, what's Chef Quenioux looking at?!?
Right: Dan Sosa of Exploratory Degustation with Fonda Chang.

Cheese Wenches Cambozola Black Label
The cheese wenches of Champignon put forth samples of their Cambozola Black Label, a Bavarian triple cream soft ripened cheese with bleu cheese veins, served on a cracker with a touch of honey; as well as their Rougette Bavarian Red, a Bavarian washed rind cheese, served on a cracker with a touch of balsamic reduction.

Bricia Lopez and Friend Bricia Lopez Kissing Stephane Bombet
More Bricia! Let's just say that Stephane didn't mind me snapping multiple takes of the second photo.

Greg Daniels, Mike Wegrzyn
Pork Rillettes, Housemade Beer Mustard, Micro Dijon, Artisan Bread Hiramasa Crudo, Ruby Red Grapefruit, Fresno Chili, Pickled Shallots, Micro Peppercress, Pink Salt, Arbequina Oil
Haven Gastropub's two entries were well received: Pork Rillettes, Housemade Beer Mustard, Micro Dijon, Artisan Bread and Hiramasa Crudo, Ruby Red Grapefruit, Fresno Chili, Pickled Shallots, Micro Peppercress, Pink Salt, Arbequina Oil. Representing were Executive Chef Greg Daniels and Sous Chef Mike Wegrzyn.

Jackie Fung, Kenny Fung, The King of Pop Mona Shah
Left: Looks like somebody won the Michael Jackson autographed copy of Thriller! That's PbP Partner Outreach team member Jackie Fung and brother Kenny.
Right: OC PR princess Mona Shah (Haven Gastropub, Taco Asylum, Rustica, Sol Cocina, Bruxie, Lucca) and fiancé.

Dong Choi, Jacob Hong Braised Kurabota Pork Belly, Beluga Lentils, 'Soupe de Poisson Provencal'
La Cachette Bistro is now headed up by Dong Choi, who most of us probably remember from David Myers' Comme Ca. Working with Jacob Hong, he submitted a Braised Kurabota Pork Belly, Beluga Lentils, "Soupe de Poisson Provencal".

View from the Top

Last year, I was able to attend Plate by Plate as a media partner, but this time around, my relationship with the organization went even deeper. I was brought on as an external advisor to the restaurant relations team, basically helping the group select and recruit participants for the tasting event. However, communications was made difficult by my not being an "official" member, so I was subsequently absorbed into PbP's steering committee. As such, I now have a much deeper understanding and respect for the time and effort that goes into planning the event, and can honestly say that we had a better benefit this year. Here's to an even more awesome 2012!

33 Comments:

Blogger Daniel S. said...

Excellent coverage! You really captured the event nicely with all the people and scene pics. Great meeting you finally!

Tuesday, August 09, 2011 8:44:00 AM  
Blogger Ed Kwon said...

Good running into you and thanks for the shoutout!

Tuesday, August 09, 2011 9:15:00 AM  
Blogger Victor Nguyen said...

Thank you again for the ticket Kevin! I had a great time!

Tuesday, August 09, 2011 9:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Darin said...

Knowing how difficult it was to take pictures at the event, you did a great job!

Tuesday, August 09, 2011 9:56:00 AM  
Blogger Jenn Sul said...

Aren't you glad you joined the family? :)

Tuesday, August 09, 2011 9:57:00 AM  
Anonymous Monte De Oro said...

Great coverage! Great food! Hopefully you had a chance to try our line of Monte De Oro wines.

Tuesday, August 09, 2011 10:33:00 AM  
OpenID millionsofmorsels.com said...

Kevin! I didn't even know you knew that I started my own food blog (thanks for the mention). :) I love the comprehensive post! And the photos! You're the best!

Tuesday, August 09, 2011 10:50:00 AM  
Anonymous Marian the Foodie said...

Love it! The best and most in-depth Plate by Plate coverage I've seen! Thank you so much Kevin and I second what Jenn said... Aren't you glad you became part of the PbP family? :p

Tuesday, August 09, 2011 11:02:00 AM  
Blogger sygyzy said...

Plate by Plate is run entirely by Asian women?

Tuesday, August 09, 2011 11:37:00 AM  
Blogger the actor's diet said...

what crazy good coverage!!! i was too busy stuffing my mouth to really take notes, i will be referring back to this post for future reference!

Tuesday, August 09, 2011 1:27:00 PM  
Anonymous Marian the Foodie said...

sygyzy: haha I just noticed that Kevin took mostly took pics of our female board members.

Project by Project is an Asian Pacific Island Non-Profit Organization run by volunteers. Most of our steering committee are female but we do have a few good men on our board as well :) Kevin being one of them as our External Restaurant Advisor

Tuesday, August 09, 2011 1:44:00 PM  
Blogger jiHAD said...

Great photos as always Kevin!!

Tuesday, August 09, 2011 1:47:00 PM  
Blogger Linda said...

Hey Kevin, great summary of the night! Regrets to have not been able to bump into you, but I appreciate all your contributions to Project by Project to help make plate by plate a memorable event! Thanks again for your help :)

Tuesday, August 09, 2011 1:48:00 PM  
Blogger kevinEats said...

Dan: Likewise--surprised it took so long for us to finally run into each other.

Ed: No problem man. So when can we expect to see your PbP post?

Victor: You're quite welcome! Any favorite dishes?

Darin: Thanks, it was really annoying with the purple lights shining everywhere and whatnot, and a pain to try to correct in Photoshop. :p

Jenn: Yes I am mum. ;)

Monte De Oro: Unfortunately not, as I didn't actually drink alcohol the entire night! The lone exception was for Julian Cox/Sotto (one of the participants that I invited).

Yulree: Yes I've known about it for quite some time now. ;) I miss Yulree Fun Time.

Marian: Would you expect anything less from me? =D

sygyzy: Yes, and hot ones at that. ;)

Lynn: See, I had the opposite problem: too busy working and didn't get to taste as much as I wanted to! I'm surprised I didn't run into you there though.

Marian: So what are your thoughts as to why there's such a gender imbalance? Not that I'm complaining...

jiHAD: Thanks! It was a challenging shoot, but I was fairly satisfied with the results.

Linda: I was hoping to see you there too. Thanks again for making everything happen with the sponsorship--hope to have you in 2012 as well! :)

Tuesday, August 09, 2011 5:20:00 PM  
Anonymous jai said...

I've missed the double entendres Kevin... well done sir, well done.

Tuesday, August 09, 2011 5:53:00 PM  
Blogger EpicuriousTravels said...

Fabulous photos and coverage! :D I especially like the lighting. How much do PBP tickets usually cost? I will finally be 21 for the next one. Haha

Tuesday, August 09, 2011 7:26:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

nothing for pinot provence??

Tuesday, August 09, 2011 8:00:00 PM  
Anonymous Billy said...

Hey, Kevin! It was great meeting you the other night, and really great job covering the Plate by Plate event. Would you mind if we borrowed the photo you took of our dish for the blog? We were so busy we forgot to take one!

- Billy, Four Seasons Catering

Tuesday, August 09, 2011 10:17:00 PM  
Anonymous Marian the Foodie said...

because we love to take charge :p

Tuesday, August 09, 2011 11:03:00 PM  
Blogger kevinEats said...

Jai: I'm glad at least someone was reading!

Jennifer: VIP tickets are $250, while regular admission is $150. However, regular tickets can typically be found for $100 at special promotional events. Hope to see you next year, as PbP's definitely a 21+ event.

Anon: Due to the large number of participants this year, unfortunately there were a number of places (probably around 10) that I wasn't able to hit up before 10:00 rolled around. :(

Billy: Sure, go for it Billy.

Marian: Well there goes the stereotype that Asian women are submissive...

Wednesday, August 10, 2011 1:13:00 AM  
Anonymous Marian the Foodie said...

Submissive my ass! LOL! Not these PbP women ;P

Wednesday, August 10, 2011 1:58:00 AM  
Blogger :Doah said...

wowwww, everything looks amazing! definitely missed out!

Wednesday, August 10, 2011 6:35:00 PM  
Anonymous Joanna Park said...

Great photos Kevin! Btw, I look drunk. Oh wait, I was. Haha.

Wednesday, August 10, 2011 11:42:00 PM  
Blogger Grace said...

"Made a rare appearance without her sister Grace" Hahaha. Too bad I'm underage :( 5 more months!!!

Wednesday, August 10, 2011 11:47:00 PM  
Blogger kevinEats said...

Marian: Tell me about it... ;P

Doah: Hopefully next year right? Also, let me know if you'd like to get involved.

Joanna: You actually handled yourself quite well for being drunk!

Grace: Don't tell me you don't have access to a fake ID. ;)

Thursday, August 11, 2011 1:24:00 AM  
Anonymous Matt "the napkin" Kim said...

Good seeing you Kevin... And thanks for the plug.

Now only if I didnt look like I was staring at Yulree's "ahem" assets. Haha

Thursday, August 11, 2011 6:13:00 PM  
Blogger kevinEats said...

You and me both, Matt!

Wednesday, August 17, 2011 1:02:00 AM  
Anonymous Marian the Foodie said...

@Matt - can't blame you. she's a cutie ;p

Tuesday, August 23, 2011 1:08:00 AM  
Blogger kevinEats said...

She's not the only cutie in the organization. ;)

Thursday, September 22, 2011 4:10:00 PM  
Blogger Cindy said...

So I just went to my first foodie event today, Taste of Atlanta. The cost is $25 for entrance + 10 taste coupons; most items, particularly the higher end restaurants, take 3 tickets. Additional tickets can be bought for $1 each, and any beverages had to be bought separately (there was no ticket system).

I was sorely disappointed by ToA today, which made me curious concerning the differences between the tasting events you have gone to. Does Plate by Plate (or similar events) run with the same kind of system as Taste of Atlanta?

Saturday, October 22, 2011 10:07:00 PM  
Blogger kevinEats said...

Cindy, I don't like it when they do the "ticket" system at tasting events. PbP and most events here tend to have it where you pay a flat entry fee and have free reign to consume all the food and drink you want.

Monday, October 24, 2011 1:13:00 AM  
Blogger Cindy said...

So basically, I need to move to California asap.

I thought Taste of Atlanta would be flat entry fee + get as many samples as you'd like, but there are tickets and the samples you get for $2-3 are comparable to half the servings at Costco. It was a very underwhelming experience...

I haven't even ventured out to the "best" places in Atlanta and I've already got the feeling that Atlanta is a culinary wasteland.

Until I can get to Cali, I'll just have to eat vicariously through your blog Kevin! Really, your posts are so well-written and I appreciate every single one that you've done!

Monday, October 24, 2011 12:53:00 PM  
Blogger kevinEats said...

Aren't there a few good places in Atlanta? What about the likes of Aria, Bacchanalia, and Restaurant Eugene?

Sunday, October 30, 2011 10:06:00 PM  

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