In their new Los Angeles restaurants, two of America's most inventive chefs have created must-go dining spots by reimagining the increasingly familiar small-plates idea. Even if Michael Mina opts to call his concept "create your own tasting menu" and José Andrés prefers "traditional and modern tapas," what's not to like about a succession of little bites that keep you smiling all meal long? Their unique styles come close to redefining refined dining.
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