It may be days (or months) before the return of aloo gobi burritos.
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After 35 years, Tim Guiltinan's kitchen will be expanded in time for Pasadena Restaurant Week.
The restaurant closes to restructure its menu and concept.
The Pasadena restaurant plans a going-away party this Saturday with touring musician Ben Mauro.
The three-year-old restaurant is expanding its kitchen and reversing some of its wear-and-tear.
The bar also loses its dance privileges until its papers get put in order.
Bryant Ng is hoping for a reopening on Saturday.
A new pizza place, inspired by 800 Degrees, is also about a week away for its debut.
Just a little more than a month after opening, chef Kevin Kathman is stopping service until he can get a contract.
Meanwhile, Capri may house another pop-up as soon as this weekend.
Wolfgang Puck plans to announce a completely new menu on opening night, free of classics like his smoked salmon pizza and tuna tartare cones.
This must be the quickest way to get L.A. foodies in a snit.
The restaurant will also get a new chef and menu, along with its new "Hollywood glamor" look.
Plans to reopen by Friday are ambitious, say those who have witnessed the scene.
The restaurant unexpectedly closed before the weekend, but promises to reboot.
The restaurant is still rehabbing, while this could be the chance to try less-frequented Irish bars in Palms and Van Nuys.
Once The Music Box is evicted, lease negotiations for the beer bar can begin anew.
So far, the French food scene in L.A. is off to a bit of a rocky start.
The red-headed chef will put his pen to your copy of Molto Mario next week.
The shutters are said to be temporary, just until the economy picks back up.