August 2011

August 2011

Editor’s Letter—August 2011

Editor’s Letter—August 2011

Discover the multicourse feasts and gastronomical journeys waiting for you throughout our fair city.

Categories: Editor's Letter / Food

Q+LA Denis Leary

Q+LA Denis Leary

The star of Rescue Me on his series’ contributions and conclusion and the role of Gaelic in his life.

Categories: Celebrities / Film / Q + LA / Television

50 Patent Drawings

50 Patent Drawings

Java by design--from great minds going back decades. How far have we really come?

Categories: 50 / Design / Food / Style / Tech / Technology

IMAGE Singular Sensation

IMAGE Singular Sensation

Sculptor Anish Kapoor puts his twist on an already stunning espresso cup and saucer.

Categories: Design / Fashion / Style / The Style List

IMAGE The Style List—August 2011

IMAGE The Style List—August 2011

Fashion faces fall--and likes what it sees.

Categories: Fashion / Style / The Style List / Trends

Culture(d)—August 2011

Culture(d)—August 2011

Brothers Grimm tales, verklempt over Vermeer and L.A.'s upcoming FYF-dom.

Categories: Architecture / Art / Books / Culture / culture(d) / Design

IMAGE Trend Report

IMAGE Trend Report

Top designers step up with their change-in-the-weather wear.

Categories: Fashion / Pictorials / Style / Trends

IMAGE Appearances

IMAGE Appearances

Inside Barbara Tfank and Henry Duarte’s unlikely but stunning denim alliance.

Categories: Fashion / Style

Cool Factor

Cool Factor

Nothing’s better in August than a tall, cold one—see how bartenders across the U.S. take the pause that refreshes.

Categories: By the Glass / Cocktails / Drinks / Entertaining / Feature Story / Food + Wine / Pictorials

Designs on Dining

Designs on Dining

No restaurant’s four walls can contain Roberto Cortez’s culinary explorations.

Categories: Food / Food + Wine / Pictorials

The Jimmy Mac

The Jimmy Mac

By the Glass—a Macallan cocktail worthy of its home at £10 at the Montage Beverly Hills.

Categories: By the Glass / Cocktails / Drinks

Liquid Gold

Liquid Gold

Everyone knows the area for its vineyards, but there’s oil hiding in the hills of California’s Central Coast—olive oil.

Categories: Food / Intrepid Traveler

Social Studies—August 2011

Social Studies—August 2011

by Jean-Philippe Delhomme

Categories: Social Studies

Meal Ticket

Meal Ticket

A guide to the restaurants that built Southern California’s reputation for global breadth.

Categories: Cocktails / Food / Food + Wine / Pictorials