The imported restaurant will be replaced by an expanded version of Sayer's Club.
This morning's open-call for waiter and bartender jobs was conducted with all the ceremony of an episode of So You Think You Can Dance?
The brand is seeking multi-unit franchisees for 150 new locations throughout the region.
The planned first of six potential locations will introduce L.A. to coal-fired pizza.
Curry House CoCo Ichibanya has over 1200 locations back home, with its third mainland U.S. store expected in the next month.
The restaurant comes from owners of Ginseng and Kimchi on the Vegas Strip.
Not exactly the ideal booby prize for anyone still hoping for Mitla's opening, but better than another 7-11.
"Gracias Madre" features heirloom corn tortillas, cashew-nut cheese, and other things that fly in the face of taco truck cuisine.
Finally, the island nation addresses L.A.'s cos-play cafe deficit.
Kimukatsu offers a 25-layered, slow-cooked pork cutlet across the Land of the Rising Sun.
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The Little Odessa staple still draws lines for its dumplings and nuanced stews.
The San Diego burger chain crams bacon into every conceivable crevice.
The Taiwanese import offers adjustable sugar levels in its hot and cold drinks.
If you thought The Bazaar was over-the-top, you ain't seen nothing yet.
The location veers away from the city's tourist epicenter, but should appeal to L.A.'s more label-conscious elite.
The menu comes from Michael Mina, even if it's just a bunch of grilled cheese sandwiches.
The Asian-influenced burger joint comes from a former Roy's chef and has been repeatedly praised by Vegas critics.
The New York ice cream sensation might team up with chefs from Animal and Kogi while visiting town in October.