We have some menu details now too.
The historic property's been dark since the fall of 2010.
This would be the team's eighth bar to date.
Typical Westsider move here; leaving a 28-year-old for a 24-year-old.
The third local link in this chain will serve elk burgers, since L.A. has no destination for horse.
The dormant Trigger space will see new life by late summer or early fall, 2013.
Charles Phan's other new project, besides South at SFJAZZ, is also New Orleans-themed.
Ten winners will find golden tickets inside of their desserts, while everyone else better still chew carefully.
In the quickest turnaround ever-seen, the meat-free sushi and ramen restaurant will replace the recently closed Sazon Latin Fusion.
It's coming to Harrison near 23rd.
The sequel to Umami's pizza concept will also feature a stand-alone deli with sandwiches on baked pizza dough.
It really makes sense for Southern California's less famous burger to serve the In-N-Out deprived parts of the city.
The West Coast export will be the latest burger chain to crash the city's raging all-beef-blowout.
Looks to be around March 9.
The new location has been in the works for quite some time.
Also, Chubby Noodle is expanding to the Marina.
The Italian deli, co-owned by Entourage's Turtle, isn't afraid to throw East Coast stereotypes in our faces.
That makes three new projects in the works, with a mini-empire of four by 2015.
It was only a matter of time for this prominent piece of corner real estate.
Replacing Tony Maroni's Pizza, New Yorkers will fortunately still have something to complain about.