Kosher wines with a dedicated sommelier and wood-fired steaks.
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The restaurant's owners say a rent dispute led to the closure.
With handmade pastas using ancient techniques, a porchetta spit, and wood-burning stove, who really needs a Rao's?
It'll be a more casual version of the Southampton brasserie.
From the name and massive Japanese menu to the graffiti on the walls, Michael Cardenas' follow-up to Lazy Ox sounds really really cool.
Despite a sunny forecast for the restaurant business, two of our favorites are struggling.
Yes, it's the stupid economy again, but at least Beacon will survive as a catering service.
Plus: Browerij Lane hosts an Oktoberfest event, and Louis 649 closes temporarily, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
Plus: a guest chef at Alias, and Cafe Royal celebrates their new juice bar.
Shelly Cooper keeps The L.A. Times entertained while Vietnamese-Mexican fusion fails to impress L.A. Weekly.
Plus: Bastille Day at Bouchon Bakery, and a noodle bar moves to Park Slope, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
After last year's debacle, will foodies part with their cash?
600 pounds of steak, 900 pints of beer, and that's just the beginning of it.
Beacon gives tacos an Asian remake during their birthday month.
Your chance to ask our editors what they were thinking. Plus, happy-hour specials!
Waldy Malouf's restaurant cuts entrée prices by 20 percent. Cocktails and wine are also reduced.
Plus where Tom and Padma watched the 'Top Chef' finale, Magnolia Bakery's new breakfast eats, and more, in our morning digest of news and gossip.
Painfully hip doughnuts and Bruni's nice deed of the day, in today's neighborhood food news.