Tony Yanow's Mohawk Bend finally opens, bringing a mostly vegan menu and more than 65 California beers on tap to Echo park.
Even though half the world announced it was open last Monday, fans are still holding their breath.
Tony Yanow's new vegan-friendly (and slightly controversial) new beer bar finally swings its doors open today.
Owner Johneric Concordia says the expansion is part of a dream to build his community.
There are enough places in this neighborhood to buy batteries, beer, and condoms without the offensive food and shady cabals of loiterers.
Weak attendance at Chavez Ravine has some Echo Park establishments feeling sore.
The long under-the-radar cafe feels forved to put up signage of its own. Is this a symbol of changes to come?
Ancient French restaurant Taix is apparently becoming a live music and stand-up hotspot in the hipster hub.
The goal is to stack friends on Facebook before approaching the company.
A reader claims Mike Taix is guilty of the same offenses being spoken against in his restaurant.
Early sings point to divey favorite Little Joy.
The restaurant will focus on the varied cultures of the city, but bucks the fusion label.
'Zines, canning, and pickling are, naturally, included.
George LaGuerre is back with the same menu almost a year after a fire forced him out of Echo Park.
O.C. Weekly does Japanese in Fountain Valley, while the Echo Park fusion introduces a new Mexican-Asian dish.
The petulant star acts up at La Porte Des Indes and a sous vide machine becomes available for the home chef, winning approval from the Alinea chef.
Machine Project's Echo Park space turns into a one-night pie shop to showcase baker Sarah Williams.
The owner is seeking investors while cutting back to one day a week service.
The second generation owner of the Echo Park legend loved coq au vin and short ribs, says his son.
The chef's restaurant is still in disrepair after a fire, but he's not giving up.