Co-owner Andrew Chiu explains that he and partner Andrew Wong have put two years and a lot of dough into the Chinese gastropub project.
The Tel Aviv restaurant is known for its serious spread of salads and organic grill items.
L.A. high priestess of moles returns with old favorites, a few new dishes, and a more polished atmosphere accentuating her interests in pre-Cortez MesoAmerican cooking.
The Manhattan Beach restaurant is issuing early-birds a time-card for bar menu deals.
Connie Tran will stay Downtown through summer.
The NorCal-imported sustainable burger chain is debuting a new Taste Kitchen concept.
Blaze Pizza secures funding to spread franchise across the country, while Umami's shogun will likely have a more patient approach.
The owner may ease concerns by announcing his plans to "add something new and exciting to the heart of Boystown."
Following his forced removal, Ricky Piña is serving on weekends in Chinatown, but may soon hit the city at large.
Tin Vuong plans to tackle the collusion of colonial techniques with Southeast Asian flavors.
New menu additions and a cocktail selection add a gut-busting factor to the family.
There will also be a Vodka beauty contest and lavender-infused duck tacos.
The new market is getting a jump on Whole Foods and its natural competitors.
The chain is doing it for San Diego.
The collection includes 99 recipes for Filipino street food and home-cooking.
Naturally, alarmists are moaning about "nanny state tactics."
Hopefully this works outside of Texas, too.
"My friend got me hooked on these raw almonds from Whole Foods...and I basically nosh on them all day."
The KISS stars will wait on wounded warriors and veterans in Torrance.