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Two home chefs will be picked to join Ben Ford and Susan Feniger in a Chopped-style cooking contest.
Newbies include A1 Cucina, Sunny Spot, and Soleto.
The restaurant week program in fall will be scrapped for a new schedule.
From foie ravioli to foie ice cream, the Parisian caviar giant is singing a swan song to the soon-to-be-banned ingredient.
It's sort of a response to Restaurant Week, which the restaurant isn't participating in this year.
Just when you thought it was safe to put down your fork...
We pick twelve of the most in-demand menus for dineLA's Restaurant Week.
We will miss Lazy Ox and Providence this year, where we really want to eat at a discount.
The star objects to an unannounced, if potentially tasty, visit, while Barney's and Vogue are hungry for chefs and edibles.
The City Council continues blundering through the issue of food trucks.
DineLA's final "Quickfire" looks more like Jeopardy's "Tournament of Champions."
Meanwhile, Loteria Hollywood will preview its restaurant week menu.
Mayor Villaraigosa and Michael McCarty were among the judges at a chef-filled event.
Downtown's Starry Kitchen caters a post-panel reception
Chefs united live and online to launch Restaurant Week.
A chance to try the city's latest arrives again at a discount.
Fall dineLA Week was so successful, a third week is being added.
Anisette's chef is treating Santa Monica passerby to free treats today.
Santa Monica's Wilshire restaurant wants you to work there for a night.