Chef Bryant Ng's new roster of dishes was inspired by a recent trip to Southeast Asia.
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Chef-driven concepts are increasingly being attracted to less traditional neighborhoods, filling in the dead zones.
The chef returns with his fawned over cheese cart.
But has trouble tasting the devil's weed in nearly everything.
The two forces insist this is not for people solely seeking to get baked.
The French chef is rumored to collaborate on a menu highlighting the flavors inherent in marijuana, while Thi Tran will showcase a selection of Chinese herbs.
Louis Kim's crazy-herbs Korean-Italian hybrid is now serving the 90210.
The chef scores with a bourbon chocolate float with pig candy and Eagle Rock's Solidarity brew.
The French chef will bring a taste of French-Cali nouvelle cuisine to the Downtown bistro.
With over 80 breweries and 69 locations, you may need a little help navigating this massive two-week event.
At 51, the Frenchman might be the oldest cheftestant ever, but can still probably teach the young chefs some new tricks.
The L.A. Weekly critic also gets initiated into the cult of Mother Dough Pizza.
The fundraiser blended top chefs, new projects, and Asian flavors.
After a two-week hiatus, the pop-up that put ant larvae tacos on Downtown's table returns.
Meanwhile, Cafe Des Artistes closes shop just as New York names become all the rage.
The chef serves an amuse bouche of Oaxacan "escamole" in corn tortillas.
The French chef might spend as many as six months popping in and out of the Downtown Asian restaurant.
Pop-ups are on their way from Laurent Quenioux, All Jarred Up, The Magnum Crew, and Dave Danhi's Grilled Cheese Truck.
The chef tweets that Bistro LQ will be back soon.