Kauffman brings word that Dennis Leary's new Trinity Place bakery outpost, which has been doing breakfast only for a few weeks, launched its lunch menu yesterday, complete with a yummy-looking barbecued short rib sandwich on a golden bun. [SFoodie, Earlier]...
This will be L.A.'s third location of the Starbucks-targeting franchise.
The Slanted Door chef remains a little cagey about plans for his original Valencia Street space, but says that by next year it will be "something big" and "Asian" with "a bar."
The Texas-born seafood chain makes its first push into the big city.
French classics mingle with creative fare at the fourth restaurant from Jacky Robert and company.
Roy Choi could be taking over Cora's with a new Korean concept.
A Costa Mesa location will the restaurant's first in the West.
After 25 years with a Venice store, a Chinese restaurant triples its presence.
The shabu shabu spot will open in Chinatown next month.
The pillaging of L.A. by now-you-see-me, now-you-don't-chefs continues.
It might be another nice place to conveniently misplace your handgun.
While Jose Andres and Katsuya Uechi will replicate in Miami, Jorge Portillo is happy to be off of four wheels.
The "shrewd fast food" spot will serve burgers, salads, and vegan soft-serve.
They'll feature customize-it-yourself guacamole bars and "good" margaritas.
The self-serve fro-yo chain is expanding rapidly.
A three-story market will open in a former Barnes & Noble on 86th Street.
Munish Narula brings his popular casual Indian restaurant to Bryn Mawr.
The second location of this locally sourced salad spot will cater to the area's corporate workers.
A cook lands in hot water while Tater Tots might be the best way to avoid dinner with an infant.