The Vernon-based company, which sources to Bottega Louie and Bay Cities, will offer a one-day pop-up in Downtown for Beer Week.
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Strapped with a decibel-reader, the two restaurants are found to reflect the same levels of "factory machinery at three feet."
"I thought I'd kill the guys at the studio with my garlic breath!"
Nearly one-fifth of local diners complain that noise is our restaurants' biggest issue.
Noisy restaurants: Love 'em or leave 'em?
With the remodel of Water Grill and the coming of Armen Hakobayan's Industriel, Grand Ave. may be the next hot spot.
The hospitality entrepreneur claims the restaurant makes $13.5 million every year.
Seven rising star cooks unite at Il Grano to fight breast cancer with sous vide pork ribs.
But they're not telling everybody in case it makes their food sound bland.
The Downtown Italian is looking for a European sandwich specialist for its newest station.
The selections aren't really as strange as they sound, but they do reflect a lot about what L.A. is cooking and eating these days.
This second and final week of restaurant week was heavy on the A-List celebs.
"We always drink, like, waaay too much coffee and sometimes we go to 'the bad place' with it."
If the restaurant drew a crowd at South Central's Mercado Paloma, it should be a success neighboring SugarFish and Bottega Louie.
Hopefully, the True Blood lovers learn a lesson from Nadya Suleman before hatching their own little blood-suckers.
A pork chop doused in blood pudding rocks the L.A. Weekly, while L.A. Times review of a "good" hotel dining room makes us yawn.
Five talented local toques are matching wits over five courses for the Lee Oneness Foundation.
A long list of new restaurants and classics are omitted as the Gray Lady "discovers" Downtown destination dining.
Elsewhere, S. Irene Virbila and L.A. mag both lose it over Waterloo & City's shepard's pie.
Traditional and soul food taco trucks arrive from two industry vets.