The brewery will attempt to create a better IPA that stays sessionable.
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The opening of two new Caribbean-Latin restaurants bodes well for the city's vast scene of eclectic cheap eats.
Jesse Houck, a veteran of Drake's, will take his place at the well-funded label.
Tam O'Shanter's former chef is coming out of retirement to make the signature Scottish sausage for two nights.
Tam O'Shanter has some strapping new competition.
Owner Tony Yanow plans a weekly meeting of beer industry professionals.
Atwater Village is the only area in LA that doesn't have a gastropub.
It's sort of an Americanized version of Oktoberfest, without the oompah and funny costumes.
The new gastropub is literally just a caber's toss from Tam O'Shanter.
The bakery smashes Straus organic ice cream between two of its Maldon salt-dusted chocolate chip cookies.
The latest in sausages and draft brew offers crocodile andouille and wild boar marsala.
The project comes from Boardner's owner Tricia Belle, who once teased that Bill Annesely would be doing the cooking here.
Owner Lou Amdur will hand over the keys to his Hollywood wine bar next Wednesday.
Atwater's Kaldi plays host to a revolving door of hopeful talents and broken dreams.
A percentage of flight sales go to Planned Parenthood.
The outspoken British hunter is going to open Bon Vivant Market and Cafe with owner Tricia La Belle.
Also, the brewery's output is soon to be sold around town in cans.
And somehow manages to make macrobiotics look to cool.
Angeleno's restaurant critic and frequent Grub Street L.A. guest-star, Lesley Balla, is prepping a menu based on her hometown memories.
Tony Yanow and team plan a 30 beer-strong portfolio that taps the creativity of its former Dogfish Head brewer.