Race-car driver Barney Oldfield now graces the building's flank in his old Blitzen Benz.
Owner-chef Claudia Kikui worries this could be her dream project's last month.
The beer-centered gastro-pub comes from the founder of Grill on the Alley.
The former Pinot Bistro chef promises green tomato gazpacho with yellow pepper sorbet in his month-long run in Culver City.
Following "Carrot Cake-Gate," Sang Yoon is deciding to lick everyone's wounds with a freebie.
Carrot cake's the new ketchup.
The Seal beach brewery and restaurant will put more than ten drafts on offer for the evening.
The event celebrates Asian cooking by Asian-American chefs, with a hearty helping of local talent in the mix.
The Spanish dinner will occur just days before the Culver City cafe calls it quits.
Roy Choi says he's been perfecting a recipe from his days spent cooking in the South.
The chain's "Burritofication" offensive will strike at Sepulveda and Washington Boulevard.
Authentic Danish treats have a new, central position in L.A.
Kenny Scharf and Warhol museum director Eric Shiner will be among the many on hand for a tour and fiesta.
The new selection offers Brendan Collins' take on Indian, Italian, and British staples.
Over a dozen neighborhood restaurants are putting their twists on the summertime refreshment.
Luke Reyes is executing a focused menu free of popcorn.
And some of the crap, too.
New York's odd hybrid of cocktail lounge and barber shop is opening soon in Culver City.
Over 60 pieces include food-themed art from Kenny Scharf and Scott Reeder.
Dishes include suckling pig and pulled pork pizza.