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Coi's New Chef, Jeremy Fox's LA Project

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Coi. [Photo: Yelp/Kent D.]

CHEF SHUFFLES — Daniel Patterson has named a new chef de cuisine at Coi (373 Broadway) in Andrew Miller, who most recently worked with Michael Mina. There's also a new wine director (Peter Birmingham) and service director (Brick Loomis) for Patterson's restaurant group DPG, so there's a fresh posse on Broadway. [ISSF]

EXPANSIONWIRE — Jeremy Fox has settled on Venice for his long desired SoCal farm-to-table restaurant. It's called Barnyard (1715 Pacific) and will loosely incorporate peasant cooking from the Mediterranean, North Africa, and the American South. Expect an opening announcement later this summer. [Eater LA]

TENDERLOIN — Crack is one thing one must now unfortunately strike off their shopping list at Barah's Market (200 Leavenworth). The deli and grocery was fined $30,000 by the city for previously facilitating access to nefarious items and now must keep a security guard on hand. [SFist]

WINEWIRE — Acquerello (1722 Sacramento) and Sierra Mar in Big Sur have both been selected to win a Grand Award at the 2012 Restaurant Wine List Awards from Wine Spectator. The restaurants were selected for "superior breadth and depth in one or more major wine regions." [Wine Spectator]


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