Break out your Izods and jelly bracelets!
Chicken Now has taken its place, offering a virtual Epcot of breast-based dishes.
A La Carte Thai Bistro is taking space next to the Japanese vegan spot, which now has a dress code.
The two sister franchises promise ice cream sandwiches with house-made cookies and coffee roasted and brewed before your eyes.
The restaurant features a mish-mash of Vietnamese, Thai, and Chinese dishes.
The L.A. Weekly critic likes the intentions here more than the "entrees reminiscent of Trader Joe's."
The special pie is intended to celebrate this weekend's return of CicLAvia.
While Kristy Choo reopens, Kreation and BluePrint plan to battle it out in Venice for juice-head dollars.
L.A.'s current trends of Southern cuisine and regional seafood are coming together in a casual environment.
The Danish bakery is worthy of the ubiquitous slo-mo, haunting soundtrack, and stark voiceover treatment.
This stretch of Culver City is heating up to become the next booming stretch of the Westside.
In the quickest turnaround ever-seen, the meat-free sushi and ramen restaurant will replace the recently closed Sazon Latin Fusion.
Rose Lawrence's left-leaning organic bakery will take over a Campo's on Washington.
Providing the neighborhood a well-cultivated everyday option ruled by a Stefano oven, proprietary starter, and a strong beer selection, this one's going to be slammed.
The new concept in Neapolitan-inspired pies comes from the founders and chef of Abigaile restaurant in Hermosa Beach.
Owner Claudia Kihui tells Grub Street, "I will not give up on my cooking, I am giving up on the location."
And with it, widespread Westside dreams of a flourishing Korean food scene.
The opening of two new Caribbean-Latin restaurants bodes well for the city's vast scene of eclectic cheap eats.
Menchie's frozen yogurt and Which Wich are taking over in Main Street.
The place is Neapolitan at heart, with native ingredients up top.