Chef Dan Black comes up with all new dishes and seasonal updates on classic French dishes.
The locavore chef claims L.A. has the same "sunny climate as the coast of Algeria."
Main Street Santa Monica has rarely seen such a low-key cool space.
Blogger KevinEats digests the full menu on opening night.
The Biggest Loser star threatens legal action, while shoppers rally to the defense of displaced vendors like The Breadman.
The second generation owner of the Echo Park legend loved coq au vin and short ribs, says his son.
The chef plans menus around everything from Oktoberfest with homemade beer to Chinese takeout for the holidays.
The Anisette chef wants to create "a small French world in The Palisades."
Alain Giraud, who recently announced an expansion to O.C., says the restaurant will stay open despite initial reports.
Coq au vin and trout Veronique showcase the classics of Beune.
The owners of Bistro 61 are planning a restaurant, market, and garden.
Cozy brasserie preparations of scallop ceviche go better with a five dollar glass of muscadet.
The Comme Ci Comme Ça truck may give the Bistro Truck some competition.
RH at Andaz embraces its headbanging heyday with an all-night happy hour called "Riot House Wednesdays."
Darioush Dinesh offers a novel menu of Persian-French fusion.
Laurent Triqueneaux is introducing a casual French concept to Sepvulveda.
The menu will be completely different, even if the space is the same.
No slider or cocktail goes over seven dollars during the daily three-hour period.
Chef Rina asks organic pizza fans to trust her when ordering.
If the flagship seemed stagnant, the breezy rebirth feels refreshing.