This should be the Westside's strongest contender for a solid Korean barbecue option yet.
Yet another reason to envy the one-percent.
The restaurant offer five dishes, cocktails, and wines-by-the-glass until 7:00 P.M. each night.
Fortunately the 91-year-old comedienne won't be there to make any "eat me" jokes.
The new restaurant serves French and Mediterranean under hotel chef Marius Blin.
Ray's pastry chef Josh Graves will join the teen chef for a $160 eight-course menu.
Bernhard Mairinger's European sensibilities and training net his restaurant three stars from L.A. Weekly.
Seafood, handmade pastas, pizza, and grass-fed meats are being prepared by Sandy Gendel.
The restaurant refuses to serve the Motown queen until the other half of her party arrives.
So far, the Subway approach applied to sushi is not too impressive.
Chef Ei Hiroyoshi says he wants to be the Snoop to Nobi Kushuhara's Dr. Dre.
KCET Walks Down the Other Kosher Corridor While Thinking About Susan Feniger's Latkes.
The Newport-based chain introduces a new look for its nationwide brand.
Ty-Flo will sign copies of his new book on December 4.
The chef is helping the hotel to again press the restaurant reset button.
Two ounces are plunked on top of Mirko Paderno's twelve-ounce patty.
Is Beverly Hills the only place with any love left for cupcakes?
But is the Venezuelan's new deal really offering you much in savings?
The business is growing from its early days as a mobile restaurant.
Hasty Torres is collaborating with the company on a line of chocolate skulls.