Done with Double Down doppelgangers, a new concept is rumored to be taking over.
Employees say they got a *raw* deal.
They're keeping tips and then doling out 'bonuses' based on performance.
The longtime heavy metal haven is likely becoming a cocktail bar.
He and his developer-partner will be taking over the Crescent Hotel on Stockton Street.
A developer has plans to demolish the place.
The LAPD search is on in Sherman Oaks after a French restaurant is robbed of its dough.
One of S.F.'s only Thai food/sushi eateries (or the only?), Mood Thai Sushi & More (418 Beach Street) looks to be closing up shop soon as a new owner has applied for a liquor license at the space. From the...
The Hollywood caterer has a change of heart and mind, replacing the controversial ingredient with Alaskan king crab.
Even Jonathan Gold can't sway the chef behind Chinois Cuisine to forgo the delicacy.
The pests are causing panic in the region's farmland.
Nearly 100 protestors chant "Ralph's wants welfare, we want healthcare!" at the grocery giant.
BiteClub Eats is sounding the alarm bell that Windsor's Bistro M, the restaurant from the former Mirepoix husband-and-wife team, Matthew and Bryan Bousquet, has been dark and has a temporary closure sign up (much like Mirepoix did shortly before its...
Face-scrunching is a mere side-effect of downing cold liquids.
Denny's, Wendy's, and Domino's are all on bankruptcy watch.
The L.A. Times' younger, cooler sister ceases publication, a blow to local food and drink fans.
Sides are increasingly being drawn, with powerful San Francisco lawmakers and Chinese restaurant owners on one side and green celebrities and environmental activists on the other.
CB 3 convened last night to discuss the market's fate.
The hotel is now one of four hotels on Nob Hill for sale, so it's likely to sit on the market for a while.
The Neapolitan pizza makers tell us they're waiting for official word on their fate as its neighbors will be gone by the end of the month.