Jordan Kahn's Vietnamese restaurant in Beverly Hills passes inspections and eyes its opening, possibly after this weekend.
Sushi with mole meets a steak and ale pot pie that appears to have wandered off of Waterloo & City's menu.
A fifteen dollar menu welcomes guests back for three courses.
New chef Harutaka Kishi plans to showcase his European-Asian fusion on a new menu in a newly renovated space.
M Cafe de Chaya finally gets its replacement and the star bartender details the history of punch.
Food Network min-star Erica Tucker brings cake-pops and mini cupcakes to Beverly Hills this week.
Harutaka Kishi will revamp the menus for a reopening, while discounts serve those who can hold a secret in Atwater Village and Hollywood.
Meanwhile, Native Foods will replace Culver City's M cafe de Chaya.
Scott Conant plays in our markets and introduces his meaty signatures to 90210.
Free samples of chocolate and snacks might help you endure the premature holiday gift basket pitches.
The rebirth of the 21-year-old Fairfax bakery stresses vegetarian options, whole foods, sustainable seafood, and grass-fed meats.
Adam Kariotoglou's restaurant appears more indulgent and authentic than Manhattan Beach's Petros, which will soon be in direct competition with Xandros.
The second location in the same city, this one looks to be about twice the size of the original.
Kobi Tobiano, former pastry chef at Charles Nob Hill, opens his own bakery and breakfast eatery.
Trans-Atlantic African cuisine is delivered from a former nightlife promoter and L.A. loses a Japanese stalwart and one link in a Brazilian chain.
The pillaging of L.A. by now-you-see-me, now-you-don't-chefs continues.
The Houstons chain scores three stars, while L.A. Weekly navigates an untranslated menu.
This Subway of salads already got a boost from the Governor.
Impromptu masking tape spells out a fall opening.
The announcer signs up as spokesman for The Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Co. as it sets its sights on L.A.