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short ribs?

I have recently become obsessed with and addicted to short ribs, and I've noticed that not a lot of places have them - I'm sure that's because (having made them myself) it takes a good part of your afternoon to prepare. I've had them at Tam O'Shanter (v. good) and Shutters (good) - any other places of note? I live in SFV, but would travel for fantastic short ribs.

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  1. Taix Monday lunch special $12.95. Served at dinner everynight $15.95
    http://www.taixfrench.com/our_menu.html
    1911 Sunset Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA 90026

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    1. re: monku

      just had those last fri and they were awesome. Also their Mussels in white wine were very good.

      1. re: PurpleTeeth

        That along with the soup and I can eat a couple baskets of their French bread.

    2. I just had the shortribs with cauliflower gratin at Mercantile in Hollywood and they were awesome (actually, the whole meal was).

      1. Lucques on Melrose in WeHo has typically had killer short ribs on their menu, but check first if you plan on driving over to specifically get that one dish. Also, Josie on Pico Blvd. in Santa Monica does wonderful short ribs.

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        Josie
        2424 Pico Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90405

        Lucques
        8474 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90069

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        1. re: Servorg

          I love Josie's.

          They are appearing on everyone's menu now. They looked pretty good at Bouchon the other night, but we didn't order them, and I think my husband regretted it.

          1. re: Servorg

            Agree with Lucques, they were wonderful. Then I got the Goin cookbook and have since been making them myself. Other than prep, they are easy and pretty inexpensive to make.

            1. re: BubblyOne

              I love the short ribs at Lucques. I have the cookbook and never thought about making them myself. Perhaps, it is worth a try. I did make the Green Goddess dressing from that book. It was insanely great!
              Thanks.

            1. re: ipsedixit

              Le Grande Orange has short ribs??? I didn't see that on the menu....guess I just have the lunch menu.

            2. I’ve enjoyed supremely elegant examples (braised, Kurobuta, Berkshire) at Josie, Craft, Lucques, Hatfield’s and Pinot Provence among others.

              I’ve also chowed down on some dynamite soul food preparations at Bertha’s Soul Food, Flossie’s and M & M’s Soul Food.

              Agora Churrascaria and Fogo de Chao offer excellent Brazilian style presentations.

              When done properly I really love Galbi Jjim, Korean braised short ribs. Most often, I find them either too tough, too sweet or, worse, both. Chilbo Myun Oak serves up a very respectable dish. The best that I've ever had though was at a now-defunct restaurant inside the Oxford Palace Hotel. Amazing but, alas, no more.

              Years ago, Sherman’s BBQ on Slauson and Crenshaw would smoke up (low, slow and long) some short ribs that were literally heart stopping. "Yo, Sherm! Where you at, man?"