San Francisco's hippie-dippy, "cult" classic opens its first L.A. store.
Also, Lunch Geek has relocated across the street.
Did Jean-Georges bet wrong about soba catching on in New York?
It will reopen under a new name with oysters added to the menu.
Another area institution has disappeared.
The Wolfgang Puck Express is getting replaced by something Japanese/Korean.
Good news and bad news in the fried-chicken world.
Competition from the new Napa Riverfront complex probably did them in.
After 60 years, the Queens classic becomes a victim of cent-rification.
Mission: Yamo (3408 18th Street) has raised their ultra-cheap prices, to $6 a dish. Quoth Uptown Almanac, "Next thing you know, you'll be able call in an order to Yamo and they'll actually remember to make your food." [Uptown Almanac]...
The Flushing Mall's food court is not long for this world.
Also, Place Pigalle reopens tonight.
Villa Mexico hopes to remain in its gas-station digs.
A rep for the Korean-fried-chicken restaurant confirmed the rumors to Grub Street.
Events director Andy Griggs says 95 jobs are out the wazoo.
The latest in the world of coffee, including free samples and a handful of java-centric events and classes.