Written By Guest Blogger: Hungry in LA The Hart and the Hunter: Return of Tominaga
You probably remember one of the best comebacks in NBA history. After winning three consecutive NBA championship titles, Michael Jordan retired to pursue something else, baseball. The greatest basketball player to wear the number 23 on the court was gone. The Chicago Bulls were still playoff bound, but not quite the same without him. Just when we were getting used to the Bulls without Air Jordan, we see him making a return to the game, but this time wearing #45, representing a new beginning, new era, and new titles to be won (another 3 consecutive).
Kris Tominaga started The Hart and The Hunter with chef Brian Dunsmoor over 3 years ago. They left in 2014 to pursue other projects. While the menu kept Kris Tominaga’s famous biscuits, other well known items were gone, like the savory and bacon-like chicken cracklins. Tominaga was no longer there and that modern Southern cooking done with a California finesse, was different at the Hart and The Hunter. That is until last month.
Tominaga will be stepping in as the Group Executive Chef over all Paligroup properties so you can expect changes at Palihouse as well. The brunch menu will soon be revamped, as if the Hart and the Hunter wasn’t already a hot spot on weekend mornings, you’ll definitely want to be brunching there soon.
Los Angeles, CA 90046