Nancy Silverton's highly anticipated burger joint is everything you wanted it to be, and more.
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A chef and a restaurateur go on a burger crawl through L.A. What five top their list?
The Escondite opens as a burger-laden nostalgia trip.
Strangely, a golden mean is reached when the two opposing forces unite.
The restaurant's burger unexpectedly beats out Umami, Apple Pan, and The Oinkster!
Not only that, but the burger flavored treat appears to be selling out.
The model-owned hot dog and burger joint might not be the South Bay's answer to Lucky Devil's, but a casual beachy lunch spot with locals in mind.
The writer might next tackle the city's ice cream vendors.
Los Angelicious eats five "hood burgers" in South L.A. in five days.
You have to make your own fry burgers, but they at least give you the supplies.
The new Umami strives for the long-gone glamor of Hollywood past and surprisingly shares the street with The Counter.
The Cuban food truck plans a restaurant with a Scarface theme.
Where to get freshly squeezed juice, shrimp and mango quesadillas, pupusas, and great fries while avoiding Venice Beach's tourist traps.
San Diego's Burger Lounge is looking for space in West Hollywood.
Five-dollar burgers could be the best food deal on normally pricey Abbot-Kinney.
The name sounds pretty safe, but a burger stuffed between two grilled cheese sandwiches does not.
Sounds like someone needs to take Adam Richman to Comme Ca or Golden State stat.
The chef has a storied resume, but here it's all Hawaiian-kissed burgers.