The Umami don plans customizable pies that cook in only one minute.
It's tit-for-tat in the wild world of wurst this week.
Formerly available at specialty markets and via cart, Grillos pickle purveyors will open their very own shop.
Featuring a menu of "international drunk food."
The new 50-seat byob will be helmed by vet Chef Al Paris.
Could U-Sushi become the Subway of sushi?
Andre Guerrero teams with Ryan Sweeney for a sudsy selection of options in Downtown.
The stunningly well-stocked grocery inches closer to Boston.
The stir-fry concept will open its first location near 16th and Sansom.
The new project comes from two owners who met while working together at Church & State.
Inspired by childhood trips to Europe, chef Greg DeMichiel plans a dedication to train station cafes.
The new restaurant will "showcase New Jersey products," as well as those from the surrounding areas.
According to an SLA filing, the new spot will be called Bellewether. Classic cocktails and more are planned for the space.
The Japanese chain will have a third shop, following the shutter of a Santa Monica store in 2009.
There's no word yet on a name or opening date.
No rest for Patricia Yeo this holiday season.
As James Graham's original Tuscon diner closes, another door opens in Northeast L.A.
The chef is rumored to be an old partner of Anthony Bourdain's at NYC's WPA.