Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken welcome a culinary trendsetter from the U.K.
A Sunset Strip dive bar will be resurrected.
Business like La Casa Goldrina could be served with eviction notices.
Jason Ha opens an all-you-can-eat joint and a food truck parks it.
Marukai market's black cod is a crowd-pleaser and Hatfield's plays it safe but scores.
Shelley Cooper deconstructs Southern comfort dining in a stripmall supper club.
iCrave shows restraint to highlight WP24's best design feature.
Yassmin Sarmadi's restaurant adds freshly grown produce to its industrial stretch of Downtown.
The Peruvian master chef plans an elegant restaurant near L.A. Live! in Downtown.
Sedlar will prepare two recipes and a hand-made cocktail for $20.
Street food is again attacked while the former chef of Moles la Tia holds a session of her Mexican Gastronomy series in Lynwood.
The Chinois and Spago chef seeks to have the last word on upscale Chinese.
Owners have more restaurant plans at the Pershing Square Building.
Police make clear that beer belongs in Dodger Stadium and Drago Centro unleashes a new cocktail list.
Reopening his pop-up restaurant last week and appearing on Top Chef Masters tonight, the chef finds time to add to his collection.
The new store might be less accessible to many Westsiders than Downtowns'.
Ilan Hall and Luke Reyes will head to the market and improv $30 menus each week.
Shelley Cooper's comfort food menu has a sense of imagination and humor.
Culver City has a new sandwich shop and a 25-year old restaurant closes near UCLA.
Memories of 40-50 pages issues will be discussed.