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G. Garvin's Restaurant: It's All About
the Food - Restaurant Review
Essence, by Anderson Jones
Five years ago Gerry Garvin, 35, got fed up with working
as an anonymous cook at top-tier eateries like the Beverly
Hills Four Seasons and decided to open his own place.
Today his G. Garvin's restaurant offers some of L.A.'s
most delectable dining. Suede banquettes and warm lighting
welcome the city's Black Hollywood elite (Orlando Jones,
Gabrielle Union, Nia Long) as well as ladies who lunch.
Though decor and celebrity presence are important in
H-town, the real draw is the food: elegantly presented
salmon tartare, veal chops in mushroom sauce, to-die-for
Chilean sea bass, which Garvin personally prepares.
"G. Garvin's will never be a place you go because
it's in," says Garvin. "It's about the food."
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