The block could soon become an Epcot-style hub of global barbecue.
The growing Korean coffee empire has 175 locations back home and one existing shop in L.A.
Where to find Cajun seafood, Korean porridge, and molten-hot soon tofu soup with a side of bulgogi in Koreatown.
Though the pastor is not quite at the Leo's level just yet, these new taco stands have potential.
Following another pop-up, the self-described "wine pimp" has plans for his own place.
L.A. Weekly doubles down on Korean food, while L.A. Times approves of the work being done by Harutaka Kishi.
After 40 years, the coffee company is entitled to a mid-life crisis.
Former Bin8945 owner David Haskell will be on drink duty, while former recent Bastide exile Joseph Mahon cooks a five-course dinner.
El Pollo Imperial's chicken replaces The Colonel's in Long Beach, and Bill Esparza discloses his secret spot for tacos in Baja.
A round-up of recently recommended cheap eats and finds in SoCal.
Bricia Lopez answers all of our questions about her newest location, even the stupid ones.
A randy, grinning moon mascot looks ready for the new Mexican joint to pop-up.
The original Guelaguetza is now closed where Bricia Lopez will bring in her ode to Oaxacan eats.
Los Angeles magazine finds more missteps than successes at Red O, while L.A. Weekly follows a restaurant recommendation from Roy Choi.
The Texas-born seafood chain makes its first push into the big city.
Owners promise an entirely new concept for smoking and cooking short ribs, pork belly, and baby backs.
A second, more contemporary space opens in Central K-Town.