Sure even Vince Neil has a taco spot these days, but little compares to these chef-engineered examples.
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One tequila, two tequila, three tequila, floor? Here are way more than four specials for Cinco de Mayo in LA.
Mint juleps, Hot Browns, and funny hats will rule at L.A. bars and restaurants this Saturday.
In the desert you'll find German pancakes, sushi in a fruit bowl, and thinly sliced pastrami to help with those hangovers.
You can fill your hours with date shakes, date burgers, and fresh tortillas, while reliving the dream of Pee-Wee's Big Adventure.
Along with a meal, you can enjoy Molly RIngwald singing a tune from Breakfast Club, Russian aerialists, authentic flamenco, and towering drag queens.
Local craft beer and tacos invade Chavez Ravine, while new additions to the neighborhood will have you full of haggis sliders, carne asada, and oysters.
Pinot noir, natural sodas, sake, and bottle-conditioned cocktails are available across L.A. from some of our favorite places to eat.
Flamenco shows, bunny sausage, Sicilian soup, and Thumper cocktails in local restaurant can turn this holiday into one you won't forget.
Five places to relive, and one place to mourn, L.A. fleeting golden age of Tiki culture.
Green tea truffles, crawfish, sashimi, bonbons, uni linguine, and poolside cabanas are all available to Angelenos on Valentine's Day.
A look at nine terrific restaurants offering bar deals and special snacks for the big game.
A look at the recently opened and recently redone.
Highlights include a Dali-inpisred dinner at Ink. and elk dishes at Josie.
Discount sliders, free partisan drinks, and French dip deals arrive to swing all the undecided drinkers and diners.
If eating seafood delicacies that are still living or, at least appear as if they are, happens to be up your alley, this city has you covered.
Pork belly served eight ways, Iberico raw and in ice cream, and crispy pig head croquettes await.
From Niki Nakayama's organic Japanese garden to John Sedlar's rooftop of aeroponic towers, these chefs deserve appluase for their extra efforts in bringing freshly plucked produce to our plates.
In L.A., your options include frozen beer, cupcake, lamb offal, chicken skin, and even pig's blood set on a skewer.
A new craze for English-inspired gastro-pubs along with some solid classics have L.A. rethinking its relationship with The U.K.'s cuisine.