Instead of actors of questionable talent, celebrities are serving L.A. this week.
Unfortunately, a fairly typical week passes in L.A. celebrity dining.
The two eschew Red O and Rivera for a chain.
Let's hope the soccer star stays close to Snoop Dogg's side and doesn't follow the lead of buddy Tom Cruise.
The fallen star's bad week ends with her Dad teasing her from the heinous halls of Saddle Ranch.
Is the young pop star headed for a Jeremy Piven-style health scare?
Farmer's market salespeople have the backs of L.A.'s chefs while the American idol M.C. takes his girlfriend for some Bayless.
All celebrity news pales in comparison to Michelle Obama coming to town.
A big week of celebrity birthdays at L.A. restaurants sees Bar Refaeli and Pete Wentz out on the town with some even bigger stars.
A pop star can't handle the pressures of an upscale restaurant and a starlet continues to be persona non-grata around town.
An actress and a ball-player are spotted in Studio City while Lohan keeps out of trouble in Hollywood.
In a week of little drama, we sort of miss Lindsay Lohan.
L.A. is used to seeing old dudes with young ladies and cougars out for fresh meat, but we don't know what to call this.
Two newly single stars get snapped being intimate while a future star throws some dough around a bakery.
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Chaos erupts over dinner when two rival stars mix it up and a familiar face is back in trouble.
The talk-show legend's dining habits no longer seem so cute.
Eighties actors gather to pay respects and T.V.'s ubiquitous toque enjoys some off-time.
Don't fear, pop stars are not likely to become chefs anytime soon.
Breakfast and motorcycles will feature heavily.
Celebrities rally around L.A.'s chain restaurants.