Shelly Cooper keeps The L.A. Times entertained while Vietnamese-Mexican fusion fails to impress L.A. Weekly.
One of the town's most popular new restaurants doubles down with two new value menus.
Meanwhile, S. Irene Virbila lets WP24's awesome views and menu distract her from the contemporary pop music.
The Pulitzer prize winner claims to have done a "f--k of a lot" of reading on the creatures.
A second, more contemporary space opens in Central K-Town.
Chef Yuichi Natori steps up the seafood at a popular beachside sushi spot, while a K-Town Mexican legend now has a huge screen to go with its famous moles.
The singer packs them in Tupperware for Lillith Fair rehearsals while Geoffrey McDonald loses $376,000 to violent thieves.
The L.A. Times warms to pig's heart confit while Roy Choi's second coming is as successful as his first, according to Los Angeles.
Will a B make Gothamites flee?
He doesn't seem too familiar with our scene, but believes the hype nonetheless.
Even when denied his rights to substitutions, Mr. Gold likes Terroni, while Merrill Shindler boosts a South Bay Cuban restaurant.
Where else would you find the straight dope on a Taiwanese teen's favorite restaurant?
Caged eggs are found to have lower levels of industrial pollution than their roaming counterparts and an L.A. City Councilman fears L.A.'s food truck lifestyle.
L.A. biggest critic offers a Japanese movie at L.A.'s film festival and The Bruins provide for hungry students.
Never a raw salmon fan, Angeleno's critic shifts direction at Four Seasons, while Pasadena offers a hit-or-miss creative hot dog to L.A. Weekly
The L.A. Weekly critic will text you his restaurant recs.
Solvang has more than aebleskivers cries The L.A. Times while Daily Breeze enjoys a Hawaiian classic in Torrance.
Patina's boss pairs a German biergarten with performances of The Ring Cycle.
Daniel Mattern is keeping Ammo on target and Mariscos Chente has the best Mex in Lennox, and beer too.
Jonathan Gold aptly compares L.A.'s hottest chef and his hot wife to sitcom legends.