Royal/T unleashes a Warhol-inspired menu running concurrent with a celebration of the artist's work.
"I'm just making some changes to their menu...I'm not the chef and will never be the chef there," Manzke asserts.
Joxer Daly's will soon have a new neighbor.
The team plans a casual pub-centric beer bar, but can it throw off the frat-pack scent of too much Axe body-spray?
Roy Choi could be taking over Cora's with a new Korean concept.
Chef Kenny Yamada is holding six nights of raw fish and magic tricks at Royal/T.
A new happy hour and new dishes are also being added by Claudia Kihui.
San Francisco artist Eric Joyner unites machines with their sugar-filled dreams.
The game room space could eventually become a deli.
The Father's Office chef likes Santouka and Del Taco, but hates the beach and possibly people too.
The Mediterranean restaurant has also applied for a beer and wine license.
Owners expect to finish their takeover of Crest Jr. Market in September.
The Iron Chef promises an affordable concept while staff lapses are cited for the departure of Library Bar's mix-master.
Tequila had a great year in L.A. and now has its own "holiday."
The Culver Blvd. space will be a European cafe and market, divided by a tasting bar.
One of the town's most popular new restaurants doubles down with two new value menus.
The new space will be the Japanese chain's fifth L.A. location.
Laurent Triqueneaux is introducing a casual French concept to Sepvulveda.
Ron Artest and Myles Brown made appearances, while Pam Anderson and Kim Kardashian stayed away.