Boozy milkshakes start the day, followed by toad-in-the-hole with smoked trout.
Since the 90210 is short on strip malls, a salon-attached restaurant makes some sort of sense.
Chef Joseph Elevado keeps the line drawn far away from fusion, as Beverly Hills gets another Asian-accented Italian.
It's like Subway, but with sushi. And robots.
"I thought it was an episode of Ashton Kuchner’s Punk'd [sic] it was an Episode of Pucked .. Ugly is Ugly."
It's tit-for-tat in the wild world of wurst this week.
It's four dollars per cupcake from this Last Cake Standing winner, but they sure look pretty!
Could U-Sushi become the Subway of sushi?
The Top Chef vet plans a kaiseki that will merge Japanese tradition with the space-age cooking the chef is known for.
There's a new shakshouka on the scene.
The concept is another in the emerging trend of Americana homage and steakhouse-style throwbacks.
And so far, it's the best thing on the menu.
The wheels finally fell off this all-you-can-eat sushi wagon.
The domestic deity will sign copies of her book at Williams-Sonoma.
The deals end with the Super Bowl.
Hot, cold, and even DIY sandwiches take the courtyard at 245 Maple Drive.
There will be both an afternoon "Apertivo Hour" and a nighttime "Digestivo Hour," starting October 25th.
One lucky catering order will find the radio and T.V. star coming to their own home.
The ambitious Korean chain is growing, but a little slower than many once suspected.
It's a new day and a new restaurant concept at the former Darioush space.