RSVP for a chance to attend the grand opening party.
The offerings, which might be better suited to vegetarians, earn a solid B from lunch authority Zach Brooks.
It beats scratching it out with soccer moms over the last Tickle Me Elmo.
And so far, it's the best thing on the menu.
Mystery meat is increasingly being replaced by sushi and pork ramen.
Or maybe UrbanSpoon already pinpointed the location and it's game over.
The Korean sandwich shop stands a much better chance of survival with the SMC kids.
"Every kitchen that I'm at, any kitchen, if there's something coming off the stove, you can bet my spoon's coming out of that."
Asian and Italian restaurants are proving prominent on fall's bill of fare.
The L.A. Weekly critic also gets initiated into the cult of Mother Dough Pizza.
The restaurant wraps ssam in bao for a creative take on lunch.
The lawsuit centers on an incident at Justin's, the rap mogul's Atlanta restaurant.
Judges include Heroes actor James Kyson and blogger Sarah Gim.
Will the city finally get a reliable source for the tacos that's not a truck?
Already, the television toque is arguing about an opening date with partner Darren Dzienciol.
The restaurant is bracing for possible change in six months, following news of a new ownership.
Incredible things are happening here, while the restaurant does its best to shake off the ghosts of Gyenari.
The once-lackluster street has seen a food revolution of its own with the introduction of Roy Choi's rice bowls and Matt Kang's coffee and ice cream shop.
"Korean cuisine is a 2 trick donkey," writes the controversial blogger, not afraid to stir up another fight.