Councilmember Tom LaBonge cites "safety concerns" in a move that snatches lucrative real-estate from the mobile vendors' grip.
It will now be named Caskhouse, and has yet to open.
Urging members to quit smoking might help the club survive, too.
"When you move to outlaw hamburgers, it's a pretty clear sign that your food system is broken."
The term describes special interests who have only bought a cup of coffee in an area they're voting in.
Not only is it in bad taste, it's "inaccurate."
Pho jerky is the first of hopefully many chefs collaborations to come.
Zan Marquis expresses a desire to keep the rift private.
The Savory chef seeks to finally clear up any questions about his restaurant's closure.
Anthony Bourdain does not sell out.
Someone woke up on the wrong side of the Michelin-starred bed.
Accusations from his landlord are being vocally contested by the chef and his GM.
Chefs sharpen their knives and save their barbs.
U-Haul trucks and other vehicles are increasingly taking valuable spaces away from businesses, one business owner tells us.
Donations provide $12,000 in legal and municipal fees, as a homeowners association sticks its nose in the restaurant's business.
There's more to the humble steak frites offering than meats the eye.
John Nese, owner of the soda pop shop, even pulls some Romney-like evasion.
Kris Tominaga says he's outraged that the name of his pop-up is being used without the involvement of his team.
Animal rights activists are descending on the pork purveyor's South L.A. plant to protest the slaughter and make a bunch of Holocaust parallels.