This second and final week of restaurant week was heavy on the A-List celebs.
Apparently, Vinnie Barbarino got the blessing to play The Teflon Don while dining in Santa Monica with his son.
A star-packed week for restaurants after The Golden Globes.
Meanwhile, we gain a little insight into George Lopez's decision to abandon the woman willing to give him her own kidney.
Pork Belly Loco Moco, Changing Menus, and A Nod to Bayless Coming to Redondo Beach's The Standing Room
Having worked with Roy Yamaguchi and Akira Hirose, the chef plans to turn the food stand "upscale" while providing South Bay with the kinds of places taken for granted in Hollywood.
When will these stars learn that eating at home can save them a whole heap of trouble?
Meanwhile, The Washington Post has little success finding celebrity diners in L.A.
The actor gets a little loose on the dance floor and winds up in a compromising position.
Restaurants abroad get a big push from a former President, while the actress sports a name-tag for a waitress named "Irene."
Will The U.S. President go to Red O out of loyalty or do the right thing and stay Downtown for Rivera?
The young pop singer might have dodged criminal charges by bailing the scene.
The actor and Hollywood restaurant owner takes to Twitter and starts asking "dude, where's my lawyer?"
The young actor has a gimmick involving local raw fish restaurants while the former SNL Funnyman works for his lunch.
Chef Kenny Yamada is holding six nights of raw fish and magic tricks at Royal/T.
The movie legend re-visits a classic star haunt while Keller's place gets on HBO.
While Jose Andres and Katsuya Uechi will replicate in Miami, Jorge Portillo is happy to be off of four wheels.
Instead of actors of questionable talent, celebrities are serving L.A. this week.
The sushi master pinpoints a secretive Korean barbecue place and a few familiar favorites.
Unfortunately, a fairly typical week passes in L.A. celebrity dining.