Jessica Goryl will make 16-18 rotating flavors in-house, including some strange originals.
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The Naked Chef finds inspiration in East L.A., while food is split among U.S. and Russian lines in space.
Burbank might be your shortest route, depending as always, on traffic.
Fake health inspectors try to get at private information, while Gordo leaves England following the firing of his father-in-law.
The city attorney cites conflicts of interest at the airport, while the BLD and Grace pastry chef has fond memories of a Glendale milkshake.
"Adult-only" options are promised among the twelve rotating artisan ice creams.
Partnering on the new Italian venture in Glendale is Rick Caruso, developer of The Grove.
This will be the chain's seventh location for Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food.
An attorney for the Aivazian family says a four-year legal battle has basically destroyed them financially.
Another corporate-driven food truck will travel through the city this summer.
Joseph Cordova hopes to have six more locations and four taco stands in the next months.
Downtown's modern Mexican might come west while Travis Lett is rumored to be considering a new direction.
The tide turns against McDonald's mascot while a fashion icon turns his affections towards cheesecake.
Corporate companies are adopting the food truck trend.
The Foundry chef takes on a new role, while snacks get served in exercise studios.
Cocktails attempt to keep up with the Kardashians with names like Skinny Girl Chanel Addiction.
Several popular restaurants are revealing their chef's passions with new dishes.
Guy Fieri comes to Lincoln Heights to focus on Mom's Tamales.
Say goodbye to Sherman Oaks' Max, and hello to Marche.