The all-you-can-eat seafood buffet is about to be revealed in a more central L.A. location.
Paula Deen should be happy her favorite farm is more eco-friendly this year.
Former Spanish language TV star Clarita Trujillo resuscitates her Mexico City-style restaurant in El Sereno.
It beats out Spice Table's twelve dollar version in taste, prep, and cost.
Yet another cheap-eats specialist expands to the 'burg.
The New York critic will leave his post for a major promotion.
Mark Gold opposes a provision that would allow for so-called sustainable shark fins to be sold.
Or, if you prefer, you could always opt for a simple bowl of ice cream ramen.
Upscale food in a casual setting, rolling out in the next couple of weeks.
Fortunately, tofu doesn't always foreshadow a vegetarian meal.
"We either stop eating it because we choose to preserve the species, or we stop eating it because soon there will be none left to eat."
The associated Palace restaurant couldn't take the heat any longer and is calling it quits.
Is Assemblyman Mike Eng missing the point? Or are these UCLA students just being scandalous?
It's all about regional cooking, you philistines.
The Game of Thrones actor shakes it off, orders another beer.
Wolfgang Puck's luxe Chinese has suddenly become a lot more accessible with a $24 evening pre-fixe.
Elmhurst newcomer Uncle Zhou is another source for spicy big-tray chicken.
The SBE CEO seems to be bringing every restaurant he's ever enjoyed into L.A. Can someone get him a ticket to Copenhagen?
With 40 seats!
Rising costs continue to put world economies at risk, while the singer contractually limits the possibility of temptation.