The beer bar also serves a "hoppy meal" combo, with jidori wings, but no toy.
Pretty photos emerge from Koreatown's porcine Jangchung-Dong Wong Jokbal.
RSVP for a chance to attend the grand opening party.
Quinoa salad struggles to compete with Flamin' Hot Cheetoes for the hearts and minds of schoolkids.
The opening of this Tokyo-style spot is expected sometime next week.
The restaurant is slated for December.
Items include "You're Entering a World of Pain" hot wings and pancakes with white russian cream.
Meanwhile, Michael Voltaggio names his head bartender at ink.
The local Filipino-American barbecue caterers will raise funds for their first restaurant space.
Rounding up the region's restaurant reviews.
In other news, The L.A. Times plans to run a restaurant review every other week now. Shouldn't a big city paper probably have a weekly review?
Judges include Heroes actor James Kyson and blogger Sarah Gim.
Sorry kids, it's 20% every time. Yes, EVERY time.
The siblings who started this shrine to the sandwiches of Puebla and pizzas of Oaxaca will concentrate on running their family's Guelaguetza.
The chef also wants to apologize for spilling his wine on another passenger while high.
Coffee caliph Eton Tsuno is the consultant behind what could be L.A.'s most ambitious coffee destination yet.
"Korean cuisine is a 2 trick donkey," writes the controversial blogger, not afraid to stir up another fight.
The menu won't change and hopefully neither will the recipes.
Tsuno was the original coffee expert at LA Mill and a familiar finalist at The U.S. Barista Championships.