It may not be presidential, but it should help keep you out of debt.
The acquired Italian taste will spend five days giving away free stuff in L.A.
Join Jimmy Kimmel in Hollywood or Brandon Boudet in Beverly Hills to get your zeppole fix.
In other news, Rusty's Surf Ranch could soon be replaced when its lease goes belly up.
While only distantly related, the brand's Santa Barbara and San Francisco outposts are still surviving.
Two of our favorite Italians get creative with the summer's ripe red bounty.
A new Culver City spot for classics like linguini and clams, NY-style thin-crust pizza and more.
Whatever you're working on would probably be improved by some pork fat almonds.
The restaurant group will no doubt take a similar glossy/loungey approach to this concept, like always.
After ten years, the Downtown pioneer will no more live to see the neighborhood's renaissance.
The Four Seasons chef allows you to play Simon Cowell with his prospective dishes.
The Downtown Italian is looking for a European sandwich specialist for its newest station.
The Cipriani family make their West Coast debut with a hotel and restaurant.
Groovy seventies signage and a dependable team have us already chomping at the bit to try this surprise restaurant from the owners of The Must.
A new study finds red and processed meats come with an increased risk for certain cancers.
A simple menu of white and red pies is complimented by a strong draft beer presence and wines from California and Italy.
From classics like Zucca's butternut squash tortelloni to La Buca's brand-new pea shoot angelotti, Los Angeles has even more great Italian dishes that we recommend you try.
In 1990, the Tuscan-born chef opened his Santa Monica restaurant, which soon became a popular celebrity destination.
In Italian-saturated Brentwood, Villetta is bringing something new and more glamorous to its tables.
The restaurant is celebrating 20 years with a new toque and new menu items that honor Lombardy.