Blaze Pizza secures funding to spread franchise across the country, while Umami's shogun will likely have a more patient approach.
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Elsewhere, 800 Degrees secures seven million dollars for ten more locations in the Southland.
The sequel to Umami's pizza concept will also feature a stand-alone deli with sandwiches on baked pizza dough.
Finally, some expansion news from what was predicted to be the world's next hot franchise.
Three locations of the latest assembly-line pizza chain will open in L.A. this year.
Owned by the same couple behind Wetzel's Pretzels, several more flash-fired pizza shops are planned in the coming months.
The paper makes a few irrelevant picks while "finding a food Mecca in the West."
The place even has pizza in a cup. Has someone been watching The Jerk?
L.A.'s pizza plutocrats are falling over themselves to claim they started the trend.
L.A. Creamery and Casa Noble Tequila have teamed up for a single-barrel-aged reposado flavor.
J. Gold suggests getting there now before Adam Fleischman's pizza project becomes as ubiquitous as Starbucks.
The legendary deli only made it about two years in The Valley.
For some people, the cheese mold is "one of the world's greatest living surfaces."
After more than 60 years, the restaurant claims it can't stomach a rent increase.
The wholesale operation uses vintage 1990, with an average cost of $300 per bottle.
The Umami don plans customizable pies that cook in only one minute.
The owner of L.A.'s red-hot burger chain has an ambitious new outpost planned in Downtown, but that's not all.