Elsewhere, 800 Degrees secures seven million dollars for ten more locations in the Southland.
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The two living Beatles took their wives to the West Hollywood Italian restaurant.
In West Hollywood, Real Housewife Lisa Vanderpump is opening her own
cougar trap club.
Elsewhere, Billy Idol danced with himself at Hinano and Britney Spears stopped by the Colonel's place.
The trouble-plagued pop singer's night ended up pretty lame.
The newly single stars may have been celebrating Critic's Choice awards or getting cozy.
Jessica Simpson Dresses Down Her Dad at Cafe Med; Jack Black Wines and Dines Tim Robbins at Caufield's
The pregnant former pop star has a bumpy family reunion with her estranged dad.
The Hobbit actor sits down at Suzanne Goin's restaurant for Vanity Fair.
The woman who helped put Napa on the map teaches us an important lesson about eye-contact.
These are the secret servings your favorite restaurant just might be keeping from you.
The ice cream makers debuted a limited Bushmills honey flavor while Frodo DJ'd.
Ben Ford will cook a six-course dinner paired with spirits from Wisconsin's Death's Door.
The legendary actor raises a glass to Stephen, who was formerly his daughter, Kathlyn.
Meanwhile, we find out where Manny Pacquiao goes for Thai food in Hollywood.
"Usually, I just get ice cream at the grocery store and take it home, but when that truck comes around, aaaagh, I die."
Our favorite L.A. bartenders share the recipes behind their most colorful spring cocktail creations.
From classics like Zucca's butternut squash tortelloni to La Buca's brand-new pea shoot angelotti, Los Angeles has even more great Italian dishes that we recommend you try.
The great Laker entertained two companions over the catch-of-the-day while Ron Burgundy dropped in on Kris Morningstar at LACMA.
The Miami Heat star gets caught on a date while trying to go low-pro at the Beverly Hills steakhouse.
New legislation paves the way for healthier convenience foods, while the key to longevity might, unfortunately, be in what you're eating.