The restaurant will be L.A.'s first to ensure parties arrive at the risk of not getting their money back.
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Though the first restaurant isn't even open, Ludo already planning a second.
Krissy Lefebvre explains everything you need to know about the new system.
The French chef is also open to locations outside of the neighborhood.
Meanwhile, the chef's Sundance show has been nominated for a Taste Award.
Between animal rights activists, a reluctant owner, and a drinking game, tonight's final episode could get messy!
Be warned: the advanced footage gets kind of gory.
What the lucky few will be eating tonight at the 7.0 debut.
The deposed dictator is on a hunger strike of sorts as he sits in an Egyptian cell.
"But you know their food is very light. And it was spaced very well, the timing is perfect. It took me like three hours, you know. But like I said, I ate very slowly."
"I figured I learned everything I knew about restaurants at Hooters..."
The series juxtaposes the French chef's calm demeanor with a freakout directed at staff.
The chef will cook French-Mexican tapas for one night only in his own backyard.
See some early food porn from LudoBites America.
Krissy Lefebvre stands up for Chef Ludo, so we'll take the case of the Brothers Voltaggio.
Sam Sifton also drops the news that Andre Guerrero could reopen Max once the pop-up phenom vacates.
Technical issues are cited and a new system is being searched for.
Jonathan Gold aptly compares L.A.'s hottest chef and his hot wife to sitcom legends.
The chef's romance and marketing savvy are explored.