With nary a nip nor a tuck, the steakhouse is already serving natural beef grilled over a wood fire.
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Another of the four promised food kiosks debuts.
The L.A. Times thinks Sotto is the first serious contender to the dominance of Northern Italian restaurants in L.A.
David Feau's cooking pries a third star from the tight fists of S. Irene Virbila, while Mr. Gold gets called out for his saltenas story.
The new space is completely cute, with a patchwork collection of crafts and homemade art-work that makes it look as if someone here used Amy Sedaris' last book for good, not evil.
The long-in-the-works BYOB served a limited menu and expects to open formally in coming weeks.
Almost two years after fire gutted the Argentine tapas and wine bar, Santino's comes back to Lincoln Blvd.
There's only 30 days until a planned reopening for Santa Monica's Argentine wine bar that was almost lost in a fire.
Even if soccer isn't your favorite sport, The World Cup offers a tremendous opportunity to try new cuisines.
Tango Grill is converted by new owners who add burgers and breakfast.
The original location in Santa Monica will be reopened in two months if all goes right.
Argentine and Italian eats hit Hollywood while Beverly Hills gets a sandwich chain from another state.
Gourmet hot dogs, tacos, and Argentine cuisine are offered at the latest mobile food vehicles.