The chef plans a 26-seater in Newport's Fashion Islands, to serve signatures three nights a week.
The Flour and Water veteran has parted ways with the wine bar after just three months.
Adhering closer to his French foundation, the chef must be saving some energy for a stand against the upcoming foie gras ban.
For one night Puchowitz will dish up ramen, pho and other noodly wonders at Matyson.
Seven bullet points of procedure to ease your mind this morning.
Cuba's most innovative chef joins Cuba Libre for a three night pop-up.
Krissy Lefebvre explains everything you need to know about the new system.
The chef's rabid following will trek to West L.A. for a 25-day reign of the ever popular pop-up.
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.
After more than 60 years, the restaurant claims it can't stomach a rent increase.
The Bizarre Foods host is keeping the strangeness subdued for a $150 five-course dinner.
Carter is a vet of Gary Danko and Morimoto Napa, who just appeared on Cupcake Wars.
This coming flood of buckwheat noodles is sponsored by Japanese rice giant Shinmei under the cross-cultural exchange program, Common Grains.
The Top Chef vet plans a kaiseki that will merge Japanese tradition with the space-age cooking the chef is known for.
Craig Thornton's staggering procession packs a wallop, from his uni tart to a dessert of tofu-donut mousse.
Angeleno's restaurant critic and frequent Grub Street L.A. guest-star, Lesley Balla, is prepping a menu based on her hometown memories.
His arrest gives new meaning to "fire table eight."
The Michelin-starred chef will prepare five courses on an evening that coincides with Joe Miller's birthday.
But first the two are popping up this week with a temporary version.
Phuong Tran, the former chef of Long Beach's Benley, has a three-month pop-up specializing in his pho and bahn mi.