The pan-Latin restaurant will transition into the duo's most marketable brand.
The shutter helps show the downside of dining's downscale trend.
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.
Chrysta Wilson will relocate while Magnolia celebrates.
The business was owned by the son of a Borat actor.
Maze is officially done after less than a year and a half open, while The Playboy publisher enjoys fresh produce.
Rumors and internet clues suggest the nightlife hotspot is permanently closed.
The actress is rumored to be paying for "special food," while Councilman Jose Huizar addresses the city's economic disparities.
Legendary Richard Burton favorite Ye Coach and Horses is closing due to a rent increase.
Two restaurants call it quits after less than a year, though one has gone through at least four chefs.
The 36th annual event will feature restaurants like Lawry's, Little Dom's, and Grill on the Alley, while a certain smoothie shop definitely won't make it.
Will the rice bowls be good enough to lure you from Santouka or Chego?
After 25 years, owner Katsuhiko Terada is moving to Canada.
Wokcano's owners plan Le Ka' and Green Hut Cafe, while Ocho Mexican Grill and Mediterranean City Grill are set to replace some so-so eats.
After the vehicle stopped working, so did Chris Rattican's desire to drive his barbecue around L.A.
Both lasted longer than some of their departed neighbors, but are gone nonetheless.
Handmade tortillas and fresh meats will likely improve the address.
Sample 100 tequilas from the Room Group or sip a "Bynamite" at Staples Center.
Brooklyn Boy Deli Truck closes as the city questions the trend's legs.