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3 Over-the-Top Dining Experiences in L.A.

BY The Editors | June 23, 2017 | Feature Features

The 50 finest things happening in L.A.'s food scene right now
The cucumber, rhubarb, melon and cotija dish is one of the many rotating items on The Rogue Experience's prix fixe menus.

SUSHI GINZA ONODERA Outstanding service and impeccable food unite at this 16-seat shrine to the freshest seasonal fish imaginable and immaculate, authentic Japanese cuisine. Whether it be slices of tender octopus, aged abalone or chawanmushi (egg custard) with caviar and uni, chef Yohei Matsuki's $300 omakase-only menu will ignite post-meal memories for months. West Hollywood, 323.433.4817

NICK & STEF’S Stacked under a tower of 10-year-aged cheddar, seared foie gras, shaved truffles and a full butter-poached lobster tail sits Nick & Stef’s 35-day dry-aged burger patty that’s a tasty combination of braised oxtail and shaved wagyu. Only available by preorder, the burger is served with a side of fries dusted with gold, and a savory potato milkshake with caviar whipped cream. DTLA, 213.680.0330

THE ROGUE EXPERIENCE Intimate is the name of the game at this premier Wolfgang Puck concept, where the storied restaurateur is bringing master chefs from around the world together. Set in the test kitchen of the brand’s corporate headquarters in WeHo, The Rogue Experience invites only eight venturers per meal to partake in an immersive three-hour feast led by rotating chefs from Beverly Hills to Singapore. There’s even a chance Puck himself will be the one doing the wining and dining right along with you.

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