Meanwhile, a rep at Richard Sandoval's places says the axe is far from falling on the mall's eateries.
The restaurant made it only six months before staff decided to concentrate on Jason Michaud's Red Hill.
The wheels finally fell off this all-you-can-eat sushi wagon.
The owner of Alegria confirms the local restaurant community is definitely feeling the economy's pinch.
In less than a year, all three locations came and went away.
Chef Joshua Smith will be in the kitchen, while Jason Travi will consult at this experimental sandwich shop.
Is this just the start of the axe falling on the mall's lackluster Dining Deck?
The chef scores with a bourbon chocolate float with pig candy and Eagle Rock's Solidarity brew.
Due to the bad behavior of a few, all Raiders fan will be punished at the Marina del Rey bar.
The only surprise is that it lasted five months.
In other news, chef Gary Menes is holding a short pop-up at Cafe Tiara.
The New York import proved a nice escape from the typical Hollywood nightlife scene.
The uninspired rice bowl restaurant occupied a space other Mitsuwa employees call "cursed."
But the taco hot spot promises they'll be back.
The celebrity health guru says that apple juice has unacceptable levels of arsenic.
Meanwhile, Michael Voltaggio names his head bartender at ink.
The 31-year-old bakery will be replaced by Amy Pressman's Short Cake this fall.
The closure announcement comes just weeks after the Kardashian family ate here. Coincidence?
L.A.'s sketchiest gay bar calls it quits after 50 years.
While only distantly related, the brand's Santa Barbara and San Francisco outposts are still surviving.