Is Harry Morton jealous of Sam Nazarian's Umami Burger deal or something?
Apparently, our mayor has an appetite for "extreme" eating.
At least chef Kerry Simon seems to like Fukuburger, coming to Hollywood this fall.
The band, which sells a Kiss coffin and has a golf course planned, naturally needs its own Las Vegas cafe, too.
Unfortunately, what sounds like the world's greatest invention contains neither butter nor beer.
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We spot the two celebs stuffing their faces in Venice this week.
He's not a Lakers fan, but he loves fights.
A restaurant in Scotland argues that serving this four-legged critter is the ethical choice.
Chefs like Guy Savoy and Joël Robuchon will team up to cook dishes that are influenced by the respected French toque.
LAX's Encounter restaurant gets a nod, while a pizza shop owner is accused of terrorizing his competition.
Extreme prices to blame?
But anyone with a brain would say no.
Her accuser's husband has a history of bad relations, making threats, and shady practices with the company.
Your fridge is about to get better with technology than most seniors, while a strange discovery is made at LAX customs.
Eva Longoria and Todd English's restaurant at Aria stumbles, while an eight million dollar deal nets a company possession of the West Hollywood stalwart.
One of Kanye West's Fatburger locations is among those participating in a giveaway to promote Fox's new cartoon.
We wish he'd just stay as far away from our food as possible.
The El Bulli maestro will join Jose Andres and Juan Mari-Arzak for a panel discussion called "Tools of Today, Food of Tomorrow."