jonathan gold


Purple Haze

The Varnish, a proto-speakeasy hidden at the back of the century-old sandwich shop Cole’s, is the center of the Los Angeles cocktail cult.
October 2009
chefs + restaurants

A Waffle Too Far? Never.

Is 400 miles too far to drive for a waffle? Well, not if it’s from Brown Sugar Kitchen.
travel + culture

Octopus Surprise

You may think you’ve eaten some weird stuff—but how about food that fights you back?
travel + culture

Notes from Noryangjin

If it’s exotic sea creatures you’re after, Seoul’s Noryangjin Marine Products Market—which is a lot livelier than its name—is the place to go....

My Kind of Town

On a hilltop in Umbria, a bunch of cooks find the essence of summertime where the cipolline are sweet, the trout are jumping, and the fennel is high.
April 2004

Rollin’ on the River: Galatoire’s

Galatoire’s is less a restaurant than a state of grace, a few hours of unhurried perfection, of things done the way they always have been.
May 2002

A Woman of Sustenance

A quarter century of Wisconsin winters hasn't made chef Odessa Piper vary her tune about living, and cooking, off the land.
October 2001

Alone at Last

If you want comfort, no distractions, a fully stocked minibar, and anonymity, Jonathan Gold has got a hotel for you.
May 2000

Real Hawaiian

Forget grass skirts—when Alan Wong throws a luau, he focuses on food and friends.
February 2000
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