The TV host wants to center an episode around the neighborhood.
The biggest Korean festival in Los Angeles is here again.
A perfect first step into nine essential Korean restaurants, whether pork, seafood, or banchan are on the brain.
Rosemead's new Sichuan earns mighty accolades for its hand-cut noodles and six-spice broth.
The restaurant opens September 25.
Planning a day of tacos arabes,Algerian pizza, and fried chicken, chef Farid Zadi claims, "Ancient Berbers were the original stoners."
El Cholo and Papa Cristo's will add some diversion from the galbi.
Owner Jenee Kim will next focus on opening her Downtown project, Oleego.
This one sounds fancy.
After 20 years in business, the chef's eponymous restaurant is closing to ponder the future.
He designed the lunch and dinner menu, while she'll be making the sausages.
Probably not in a neighborhood selling live octopus and sea cucumber skeet.
Chef Wes Leiberher might be the Shakespeare of questionable foie gras wordplay.
The chef is going back to work with Steven Arroyo, leaving his former Hollywood employer to find its third chef in little over a year.
Jonathan Gold retains his famous column while declaring Jenee Kim's newest restaurant a contender as "the first modern Korean restaurant in Los Angeles."
The critic pens a swan song for L.A. Weekly on the city's densest, arguably greatest dining district.
It's glitzy, pricey, and meat-smoke-free.
Matt Kang offers a primer on eating in the eatery-dense sub-city.
All sushi is just two-dollars at this Irvine-based chain.
The accused was observed taking an envelope of cash with his cup of tea at a hotel-restaurant.