The restaurant is bringing back its "Burger Week" specials to entice you through the door.
Chris Phelps and Zak Walters send Salt's Cure's burger East to Storefront.
Cow or vegetables, Burger Lounge offers both this month.
The Sin City burger joint is still promising a fall opening at the site of this shuttered 40-year-old mom and pop.
It goes heavy on the cognac.
Owner Eric Ong explains, "We're not trying to be Umami Burger, we're not trying to be Father's Office."
The former Bastide chef returns with his Lasorda burgers, "Chip Shot," and cereal milk shakes.
The burger is only offered over breakfast until the end of the year.
The new joint takes over for a former Denny's, with faux cowhide booths.
$21 buys a burger with two beers from the tap, including Firestone's prized double-double.
The Michelin-starred Santa Monica chef quietly brought Maui a grass-fed burger last winter, with plans to hatch it in L.A.
A meat-free L.A. local is pushing a petition for a vegan burger at the California chain.
Suzanne Goin's new prix fixe includes three sliders and three glasses of Champagne for $30.
L.A.'s new critic turns her direct approach on the good, but "not great" burgers at Nancy Silverton and Amy Pressman's place.
The opening date of this burger-joint-wihtin-a-gastropub was pushed back from earlier this month.
The new location will feature Umami hot dogs, milkshakes, and chips.
Variations include a poutine burger for Canucks and a tempura-fried Samurai burger with Japan in mind.
A menu of eleven special burgers includes one with carnitas and another with walnuts.
The latest special stems from an incident when the U.S. Women's Olympic Volleyball Team came in and were denied their favorite ingredient.
This will be the eighth location of the grass-fed, organic ketchup-topped burger chain.