A hearing will be held to see if David McGrath's project will be approved for a liquor license at the controversial property.
Sound familiar? Oh right, there's already a restaurant chain named just like it with the same concept.
The restaurant is looking for prep cooks and will announce an opening date next week.
Let's hope it strikes a blow against "burritofication."
Ricardo Zarate, Steve Samson, Zach Pollack, and Julian Cox all have designs on the building, which could become a mini-mall of upscale dining.
The cafe will be the only place outside of Downtown serving bread from Homeboy Industries.
"The look is going to be like old French brothel," the chef-testant says.
The restaurant might open its bakery, but a controversy is looming with neighbors.
Seafood will be the specialty here of chef Shunji Nakao.
Kid Rock and John Legend were served sliders, fresh water eel rolls, and crab cakes in the first fete for the magazine's forthcoming club.
Shikibu's brown rice sushi and organic vegetable desserts form one of the more original concepts to hit the city in a while.
Carrie Cusack's mini-pies could make you forget all about cupcakes.
The chef has a storied resume, but here it's all Hawaiian-kissed burgers.
Its bringing its hippie dippie names and "culture" with it.
An Update in Cake: Simple Things Sandwich & Pie Shop Coming to 3rd Street While Magnolia Kicks Its Sweets to the Curb
A new pie shop is coming from one of Food & Wine's top picks, while the New York bakery starts street-side service.
Guy Savoy and Patina vet David Feau plans creative farm-to-table twists on French and American classics.
More locals are due for the Santa Monica site of oh-so-many San Francisco restaurants.
Signature's Cafe owner Azad Virani plans house-baked naan and skewers of beef, chicken, lamb, and fish.
The locavore chef claims L.A. has the same "sunny climate as the coast of Algeria."
Could a trend be building of food served with a side of soft-core porn?