More surprisingly, the Santa Monica location of Fraiche is still in existence.
A new series will find Salvador Roldan going nose-to-tail with a whole beast.
So far, the French food scene in L.A. is off to a bit of a rocky start.
Pinches Tacos has a pinche new competitor on Washington Boulevard.
Cafe Livre et Le Marche Brings Tea-Smoked Rillettes and Tea-Infused Aguas Frescas to New Garden Patio
Farid Zadi is opening a new garden patio for tea-infused dishes and fermented Chinese tea.
Casa Azul officially open, Erewhon hoping to head points east.
Like Roy Choi and Santos Uy's new restaurants, the menu was inspired by the chef's vacation.
The creatively named cocktail features bacon-infused bourbon and sapling.
There's even a plate named for Ludo, without any foie gras!
The new project comes from two owners who met while working together at Church & State.
In addition to the stacked ice cream sandwiches, expect an interactive design and Blue Bottle Coffee.
The superior sorbet and gelato will be served at Teaforest starting December 1st.
So far it's a visually captivating blend of French, Spanish, and Northern African influences, bound together by California's bounty.
Farid Zadi is holding a cous cous festival, while the epicerie's front will sell its prepared foods.
The restaurant will fuse French cooking with U.S. comfort dishes and serve as the new home of the chef's Ecole de Cuisine.
This cocktail lounge from the Rocco's Tavern team is a not-that-secret speakeasy where you have to get a password from Twitter to enter every day.
Sadly, chef Gary Robins is having serious health problems.
The menu has a little of everything, from Venezuelan food to hot dogs.
The restaurant's prized tonkotsu ramen was previously only available in Torrance.