Finally, the island nation addresses L.A.'s cos-play cafe deficit.
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The Opening of Tokyo Beat Means no More Buffets at Oiwake Before Singing "We Are The World".
Chef Travis Chase of Lazy Ox Canteen Will Cook Many Meals During an Evening Hosted By Lincoln Cars
A champion of Japanese culture in L.A, she lead the family store in a period of growth.
The deal is good for two days to celebrate its first birthday.
Brother and sister team Joey and Vicky Wang plan to bring their slammed Taiwanese tea spot aside The Flying Pig Cafe.
L.A. Craft Beer Crawl, Rosa Mexicano Ice Cream Social, L.A.'s first Mexican-Kosher restaurant, and more in the Neighborhood Watch.
Jonathan Gold finds Japanese fried pork cutlets in Koreatown (of course), and the Times goes wild for pizza covered in ketchup and ranch dressing.
Police are looking for a man who fled the scene in a fedora and ski mask.
The Japanese grilling concept plans an opening this fall in Little Tokyo.
Finally, we get to see what Joe Kim has cooked up for Little Tokyo AND have our un
Demitasse plans to worship farm-sourced coffee and chocolate once open in Downtown.
Meanwhile, Native Foods will replace Culver City's M cafe de Chaya.
With $5,000 reservations for an "elite-VIP" room, $50,000 scotch, dry-aged steaks, and sashimi-grade seafood, clearly these guys care not for the trend towards down-scaling.
The old mochi maker learns new tricks by putting gelato in its newest creations.
Culver City has a new sandwich shop and a 25-year old restaurant closes near UCLA.
Could K-Town's coming Shabu-Ya be causing an identity crisis?
Parking areas for food trucks are having trouble gaining initial momentum.
A menu of Korean bar food is as artful as the architecture.
An owner returns to his roots with Little Tokyo plans.