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This stretch of Culver City is heating up to become the next booming stretch of the Westside.
Because nothing says "I love you" better than a twelve-dollar chocolate bar given at the last conceivable minute.
The Chocolate Invitational Festival is coming to Malibu this month.
Inevitably, we must ask if Mar Vista is the next trendy neighborhood to watch.
The boutique's new chocolates depict red elephants and blue donkeys.
Hasty Torres will also open four retail locations in L.A.
The 18,239-pound sculpture is a faithful recreation of the Mayan temple at Chichen Itza.
Hasty Torres adds the edible playthings to her choco-dipped Easter lineup.
Time to take grandpa off the bear claws.
And just in case we've got you fiending for sugar, West L.A. just happens to be drowning in chocolate tomorrow.
The Torrance-based bakery has started its own line of single-origin chocolates and is adding chocolate-covered breakfast and baked goods to its roster.
The Transformers star takes Katsuya off the hook by explaining he's just exhausted.
Chocolate maker Ed Engoran also has a new chocolate cookbook that enjoys praise from Barbara Fairchild.
Owner Patricia Tsai recently gave a TED speech on her "bean to bar" business.
Patricia Tsai brings her "from the bean to the bar" philosophy to a fixed address in Venice.
We haven't seen such a violently delicious looking bite since Jordan Kahn cleaned up at the 2010 StarChefs gala.
Amy's Underground Dinner Offers Seven Courses of Chocolate, Snickertinis, And a Discount to Grub Street Readers
Potential dishes at this underground "food rave" could be black bean milk chocolate cassoulet and grilled shrimp with white chocolate beurre blanc.
Plus, what to do when you hook up with a Top Chef.