His father, famed California chef Bradley Ogden, was known as a pioneer in creating menus around farm-fresh seasonal ingredients. Now the son, Bryan Ogden, is carrying on the philosophy with his first restaurant, Apple, which opened in the Los Angeles neighborhood of West Hollywood last month.Bryan is aiming high with Apple, an elegant 104-seat venue co-joined with an edgy lounge designed by “VIP host” Allison Melnick, as well as a Pussycat Dolls “cabaret” designed to attract Los Angeles’ ...
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