Tin Vuong plans to tackle the collusion of colonial techniques with Southeast Asian flavors.
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Who cares about PETA suing you when you can feel the wind in your hair?
Owner Stephen Domingue tells fans to expect "Bayou meets Chipotle" at his truncated revival.
Tin Vuong will debut his new menu, featuring his take on Pop-Tarts and chicken and waffles.
The organization asks the South Bay restaurant to "swear off foie gras for good."
The dinner kicks off a monthly guest-collaboration series.
Members will bear signs and hand out flyers to object to the restaurant offering free foie gras.
The animal rights group is not cool with that free side the Hermosa Beach restaurant was serving after the ban.
The co-owner also explains that he'd do another restaurant with M.B. Post's David LeFevre whenever the chef is ready.
A running guide to locating the illicit delicacy in The City of Angels.
Tin Vuong replaces San Francisco ex-pat Max DiMare.
The guitar player has covered the soon-to-open restaurant in vintage punk rock stencils and concert posters.
Showing the same slash-and-burn tendencies that still has fans of Ragin' Cajun pissed off, the owner sacked its original chef.
The Tasting Kitchen chef reveals what he's looking to bring into his Venice restaurant.
Roxanna Jullapat and Daniel Mattern will change menus daily at this replacement for Bistro LQ.
And another will land on Laguna Beach early next year.
The owners are Sharkeez are trying to make up for the past sins committed in the name of oh-so-much bad tequila.
Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, and Manhattan Beach are the first to become "vitality cities" that will encourage exercise and healthy food options.
Burgers make a young girl cry, while rich countries continue to waste ever precious resources.