Owners are looking to relocate.
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.
2013 is truly shaping up to be "the year of the taco."
The Harvard & Stone owners have new projects planned in Venice and Santa Monica.
The new location will be a tea-focused collaboration with a Beverly Hills shop.
The Oaxacan chef behind El Origen will prepare antojitos for the crowd.
Jeff Mahin strikes again, this time with an expanded menu featuring handmade pastas and house-baked bread.
In a tragic disaster full of irony, the charred restaurant's name means "Hell."
The trio of hugely famous chefs will prepare a $190 per-person five-course menu.
The engaging new Indian concept bucks tradition as often as it pays tribute.
"They want to put a massive brewery pub right smack in the middle of four apartment buildings that will bring 1,000 idiots to the neighborhood."
Interesting under-the-radar inclusions help extend one's adventures through Taco Town.
Fig chef Ray Garcia won the pork cooking competition, while hiding his identity under a Mexican wrestler mask.
The chef hints that he may bring in Pekin Duck, while also offering grass-fed burgers and freestyle remixes.