Having purged long-term staffers, the Hotel Bel-Air opens with new menus from L.A.'s big man.
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Louis Kim's crazy-herbs Korean-Italian hybrid is now serving the 90210.
The restaurant will shutter for six to eight weeks while Waldo Fernandez has his way with it.
Former general manager Alberto del Hoyo stands accused of racism and trying to dip his pen into company ink in a most unpleasant fashion.
The swans will be there. We're still waiting to hear about the piano player.
After running his own restaurant in Baltimore, the chef became a local lynchpin of Puck's corporate catering division.
The space looks like WP24, but with light winning over darkness this time.
A smart move that could pique the interest of both old-timers and a new generation of moneybags.
We put Voltaggio's Ink, Animal's next project, Nancy Silverton burgers, and the rebirth of Grace way higher than a new Rosa Mexicano.
Meanwhile, Spago will undergo some cosmetic changes.
The restaurant and famous bar aren't changing much, though glass wine cellars could attract patrons-to-be.
"Calorie Commando" Juan-Carlos Cruz is accused of trying to hire homeless men to kill his wife.
The Bel-air's former grill chef has his own food truck.
The Bel-Air diaspora begins with the move of its exec chef to Colorado.
L.A. says goodbye to the pianist at Hotel Bel-Air.
Hotel Bel-Air is going away for a two-year face-lift.