Should a former marine be allowed to name his new bar after his old infantry unit?
What happens when a bikini-clad protester tries to make an anti-meat stand at Mozza?
Are U.S. chefs and food writers fooling their clientele and themselves with so many knockoffs?
The animal rights organization has just relocated to the neighborhood, so expect more drama.
Pompea Smith is shocked at her ouster after 21 years and considering legal action.
Two senior critics spar over overpriced Beverly Hills Italian.
The meatless go crazy when they learn Starbucks has spiked their shakes with coloring from a beetle.
Tessa Taylor and Sasha Heart claim they were ridiculed, then booted, while trying to dine at the Asian fusion truck.
The offensive receipt was apparently photo-shopped from one with a much better gratuity.
He claims the supermodel is "having sex with a hamburger."
General manager Philip Dailey gives Local 11 the old "your actions are only hurting yourselves" speech.
Owner Jason Quinn admits David Chang's chicken is probably better than his, but can't stomach insults towards his family.
One local claims, "My neighborhood has been ruined by this restaurant."
He claims racism, the restaurant cites its dress-code.
We do the math and find the two aren't so different after all, despite what she says.
The 'Top Chef Just Desserts' host thinks the city has one of the best food scenes in the U.S.
Barbara Lazaroff picks side in a growing dispute between daughter and step-father.
Consider the burger battle for The Grove officially on!
After a car crash tragedy last month, the neighborhood kicks out mobile food vendors.
Is Assemblyman Mike Eng missing the point? Or are these UCLA students just being scandalous?