Magazine article Variety

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Magazine article Variety

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Voltaggio Dips Into New Inkwell

Taking over the old space occupied by first Spanish Kitchen and then Hutchinson, chef Michael Voltaggio has recast his Ink restaurant as Ink.well. With a more laid-back feel and a spacious layout, the restaurant keeps a third of its tables open for walk-ins. Some of the "Top Chef" winner's inventive creations, like charcoal potatoes, are back, along with egg yolk gnocchi, street corn and lamb belly. A dry-aged burger with beef bacon and whipped cheese is a popular addition. 826 N. La Cienega Blvd., L.A.

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