Coming soon, for better or for worse, to Brooklyn.
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"I’m proud to announce we’ll be opening our second Starbucks in Brooklyn."
Call it a stupid spoof or a genius parody, but it doesn't really matter much because the coffee is free.
One of the two Salt's Cure chefs regrets that, "It’s really too bad that our vision could not be executed within the confines of the current business arrangement."
That is, unless lawyers for California Chicken Cafe get there first.
The critic finds the tiny new shop "at the heart of one of the strongest culinary movements in the country."
All baked goods are now 50% in the hour-and-a-half before closing.
Baba Ji plans several additional locations of his organic squeeze spot, muddying up our sense of local geography along the way.
One Nick Erven is hand-picked by the departing chef as his replacement.
The camp-themed restaurant is more of a neighborhood scream than a destination.
The proposed restaurant would include a full bar and pizza oven, if approved.
Chris Phelps and Zak Walters send Salt's Cure's burger East to Storefront.
The famous Dodger southpaw picks his favorite taco in L.A.
The chain asks its Facebook plans where exactly it's latest store will be.
Los Feliz finally has the perfect place to wear all those ubiquitous flannel shirts.
The restaurant marks the return of veteran Keith Silverton, cooking a mix of U.S. comfort food with a locavore twist.
This is the second location Adam Borich's spicy pizza chain.
The bar includes reclaimed wood from Sinatra's old L.A. home.
The restaurant and performance space will rip songs and scenes from Vacation, The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, and more.