Danielle Keene preparing to open new bakery in Pasadena
Atwater Village is the only area in LA that doesn't have a gastropub.
Aztec hot chocolate, Korean sausages, Japanese burgers, and the revival of a few familiar fine diners will see us through the season.
The new place will further the owners' sustainable, market-lead philosophy over breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The Sin City burger joint is still promising a fall opening at the site of this shuttered 40-year-old mom and pop.
Owner Eric Ong explains, "We're not trying to be Umami Burger, we're not trying to be Father's Office."
The gluten-free health food chain comes from Texas with turkey migas and peach pico de gallo.
The restaurant plans a glassed-in chef's garden and 112-foot edible wall.
Activities will include "seltzer water tastings" and "gourmet bathing activities."
Walter sounds off on his embrace of bistronomics.
Owner Andrew Chiu says it may even be "better" than L.A.'s Chinese capital, and SinoSoul chimes in.
The Asian-influenced burger joint comes from a former Roy's chef and has been repeatedly praised by Vegas critics.
The Baco Mercat chef plans a Tex-Mex-inspired menu, featuring fire-roasted salsas and grilled meats.
The Michelin-starred Santa Monica chef quietly brought Maui a grass-fed burger last winter, with plans to hatch it in L.A.
Peking Tavern strives to bring a bar scene together with authentic Beijing street cooking.
The Italians are sticking to their code of omerta on what we can only guess is a neighboring sandwich concept.
Company co-founder Lee Maen claims it is "with someone really special," but he's not saying who just yet.
The Italian import will have to tangle with Espresso Cielo just up the street.
The new company comes from principals at the popular Hudson and The Churchill.
The new gastropub is literally just a caber's toss from Tam O'Shanter.