If the owners of The Village Idiot have their say, an homage to the historic gay bar could return.
Now that chefs' tattoos have lost their ability to shock, street art is increasingly being welcomed into restaurants.
The new juice bar will be designed by Talman Koch and comes from Heroes actress Elisabeth Rohm.
Fresh fruit juice and smoothies will grace the seaside next month.
The restaurant will serve British pub fare with local produce and house-cured meats.
The place gives us Wolf-in-Sheep's-Clothing vibes, right down to the Southern inflected menu.
Javier's will be translated into a Dodd Mitchell-designed Vegas eatery.
The menu will include the names of farms and ranches as Planet Hollywood tries to go from a restaurant you chortle at to a place you'd actually eat in.
Dishes include double-smoked, double-spiced pastrami on upside-down burger buns.
They'll serve trademarked "Rad" dogs for vegetarians.
The restaurant will probably open by the end of next week.
Get your tans up to snuff and your ears tuned to techno, as the Euro-heavy New York import is coming soon.
The long-cooking restaurant will serve market-lead bistro fare from a Church & State veteran.
Andrew Kirschner is almost ready to spring his wood-oven dishes and spectacular space on Santa Monica.
The restaurant looks to be placing as much emphasis on the bar as it is on Ernesto Uchimura's menu.
The vegan, omni-organic restaurant will take over the street's Pizza Fusion space.
Another San Francisco chef is flying south this winter.
The team behind Les Deux will trytry again with a new restaurant and a similar concept.
Newport appears to be the new landing pad for pricey restaurants looking to expand from the limits of hyper-casual L.A.
Sarah Schulz started her budding bakery empire in her own kitchen.