Tuesday, December 28, 2010
L2O's main dining room. (Photo: L2O)
You know I couldn't leave 2010 without a big bang for you, right?!
L20 has been working hard to get its groove back since chef Laurent Gras left in early November.
His replacement, Francis Brennan (who opened the restaurant as sous chef, left, then came back in October), is hoping to take the seafood-focused spot to the next level. But it looks like Brennan will have a few challenges as his right-hand guy, Nathan Huntington, resigned this week, according to an Ultimate Insider.
His only message in a text message: "I am no longer with L2O."
Rod Kelly of www.chefscoopkitchen.com (Photo: www.chefscoopkitchen.com)
Ever hear of slut shaming?!
Well, I've just created a new term: Cyber Content Stealing Shaming.
That's what we're now going to refer to those who recklessly gank hard-working journalists' work and attempt to pass it off as their own content on their faux blogs.
That's right, take on the day after New Year's Eve like the strong woman (or man) that you are and keep the party going. It's Saturday night, for crying out loud.
Because it's New Year's Day, most places will be closed, but I've rounded up some gems so you can celebrate in style.
Kitsch'n on Roscoe, for instance, opens at 10am for its annual New Year's Day Hangover Brunch. The best part of the deal is that you can show up in your jammies, so there's no excuse why you shouldn't go.
If the Bayou Crab Cake Benedict, fried chicken & waffles and signature Eggs in the Basket don't get you back to normal, the deluxe Mimosas and Chipotle Bloody Marys certainly will. It's available until 4pm.
There's even more on tap for the first day of the year: