The diminutive pizza place has caused a sensation in New York, let's just hope it translates better than Cafe Habana and Richard Sandoval.
Also moving into the same complex next year is Gregory Dunmore's Nojo.
The folks behind Lococo's on Piedmont Avenue and on Shattuck are opening another joint.
Isabelle and Todd English bring cupcakes to Beacon Hill.
Castro impresario Greg Bronstein is selling off an under-performing asset.
Plus, the owners of Spitzer's Corner and Los Feliz take another space on Ludlow.
Carmela makes seasonal flavors using organic nuts, fruits, spices, and herbs sourced at local farmer's markets.
Wood-burning pizza and handmade pasta top a menu of kosher European classics.
Team Artichoke to Pizza Hut: You'd better worry.
The latest in Julian Medina's world.
L'Chaim makes kosher vodka, tequila, and rum while the Japanese-American dessert originator has new digs.
Tacolicious and a tequila bar called Mosto will join Preservation Hall West, The Chapel, and the Second Line Café.
The project is on hold pending a new space.
The new space is two times bigger and serves a tight menu of sandwiches and daily salads and soup.
The second L.A. branch of the mall-bound mecca for Italian ingredients and imported mozzarella will focus on panini.
The concept, roughly, is 'John Varvatos meets SoHo House meets vintage glam.'