After a brief lull in the action, a flurry of closings hits in L.A. this week.
Meanwhile, the chef whose shoes he's filling has joined a Corona del Mar gastropub.
The chef tweets that Bistro LQ will be back soon.
The store's new look makes it fit a bit better on Rodeo Drive, but why all the hoopla?
The Midwest-influenced pizza chain is making inroads into Central L.A.
It's going to take a lot of equipment and Larry King to save L.A.'s bagels.
Hopefully Jose Prado's Primavera only shares the edible L.A. concept, and not a menu editor, with Downtown's L.A. Reflections.
Will a haute Mexican restaurant from Arizona hack it in L.A.?
Partner Larry King is promised to be a perpetual presence here. Just warning you.
Mas Malo remixes Nic's VodBox with tequila, while another celebrity DJ thinks they can run a restaurant.
The former Bon App editor-in-chief will greet fans and sign her new cookbook in Beverly Hills.
As long as they're gonna be free, we can suffer their antics a little longer.
The restaurant had a better supply of Hills fan than intriguing sushi, no matter how many times they used Nobu's name.
Owner Adam Kariotoglou attracts police attention after smashing more than just the dinner plates.
Lawry's annual Beef Bowl results, and Rose Bowl deals for fans.
La Seine opens in Beverly Hills, with Alex Reznik at the helm.
The Top Chef alum is preparing market-driven French food with Asian accents and it's all kosher.
The stunning Indian offers cocktails and appetizers for six-dollars every Wednesday.
The 40-year-old pizza place says it's been hit too hard by the economic downturn to remain open.
Even snobby dogs can get in on the action with foie gras biscuits.