The Korean sausage truck opens its brick and mortar this Saturday.
Call us nuts, but we actually wanted to visit.
The new restaurant's specialty is traditionally-prepared barbacoa served daily.
Campanile plans to close November 30, while its chef-owner considers his next move.
Anyone bringing a busted old machine to the West Hollywood location gets a gratis one valued at $179.99. eBay here we come!
Signs point to a possible take-over by director Roland Emmerich.
The Abbot Kinney veteran insists the closure is "not a sad thing," while we know where salvation for everyday French food is to be found.
Owner Jenee Kim will next focus on opening her Downtown project, Oleego.
Kristy Choo will seek another space for her macaron Mecca.
The restaurants are still sending out tweets and deals, though, confusing their fans.
Despite its "anti-bottle service" stance, the club currently has the "toughest door in town."
The very things that make it cool are most likely now making it close.
The second location of Andre Guerrero's "slow fast food" stop will occupy a more contemporary space on Vine.
After 20 years in business, the chef's eponymous restaurant is closing to ponder the future.
The couple hopes to be back in Cal Plaza in a few months.
The Italian-Korean concept should have been a warning sign.
Tokyo-native Shinsuke Horinouch promises a meticulous approach to his tonkotsu ramen.
Ching-He Huang's latest episode finds her in Monterey Park.
Hasty Torres is taking a break to work on her "own bon bon," which means she may soon have a bun in the oven.
The restaurant confirms it's going to be replaced by a Public School concept like the one Downtown.