The restaurant serves tableside prime cuts, along with a menu of traditional cuisine.
Curry House CoCo Ichibanya has over 1200 locations back home, with its third mainland U.S. store expected in the next month.
The place is Neapolitan at heart, with native ingredients up top.
Andrew Lujan's new space will only feature Mexican wines and craft beer.
Not exactly the ideal booby prize for anyone still hoping for Mitla's opening, but better than another 7-11.
The corporate restaurant giant is also celebrating a Forbes feature starring Stella Rossa chef Jeff Mahin.
Farm-raised produce and hand-crafted products for Downtowners who seethe green with Whole Foods envy.
Baba Ji plans several additional locations of his organic squeeze spot, muddying up our sense of local geography along the way.
The La Cachette chef-owner will return to L.A. in a year to bring his French-Asian fusion to a small restaurant.
Some of the chef's staples will be served with traditional pizza and pasta in an 8,000-square-foot space.
The whiskey-fueled sports bar carries big screens and a food menu.
Expect an assemblage of vintage baking pans and custom milkshakes.
The noodles are daily made and served ice-shocked and slippery.
Dishes include traditional Bombay street food and maash-ups with U.S. bar eats.
Is Beverly Hills the only place with any love left for cupcakes?
With handmade pastas using ancient techniques, a porchetta spit, and wood-burning stove, who really needs a Rao's?
Signage also hints there's a tempura specialty on the way.
The massive "mom and pop" version of BevMo will feature a cigar humidor and tasting room.
The new restaurant is said to be called "ICDC" and is a sister to BLD.
Former Sona chef and future Top Chef contestant Kuniko Yagi will helm the kitchen.