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Thomas Keller recently visited his Venetian restaurant to launch new seasonal specialties.

Back to Bouchon for the flavors of the season

July 5th, 2015

Thomas Keller recently visited his Venetian restaurant to launch new seasonal specialties.

  • How the celebrity chef and first-time restaurateur makes it look easy when it's anything but.

  • Carne asada, pork al pastor and chicken tinga ... is your mouth watering yet?

  • From Leticia's Mexican Cocina to Cookie's BBQ Rib Shack, five lesser-known purveyors of the portable comestibles.

  • No passport required to experience this authentic cuisine.

  • The restaurateur/chef and Chopped judge debuts long-in-the-making afternoon fare.

  • Sake somm Melissa Nguyen might change the way you think about Japanese rice wine.

  • Oysters, sashimi and cocktails. Chef and owner Dan Krohmer delivers all three in a tidy package.

  • New chef, new food. Check out the fresh flavor at La Cave.

  • Have an extra $280 for the restaurant's Ultra Highroller Roll?

  • Could this be the backyard cookout of your dreams?

  • Also, Southern Wine pros turn up at Made L.V. and Scott Conant adds lunch to the menu at DOCG.

  • If your diet is deficient in cuteness, fear not.

  • It might not be a shrine to its namesake, but Glutton's chef Bradley Manchester wisely works for moderation.

  • Expect seasonality, cultural celebrations and trends to influence what ends up in your glass.

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