The artistic chef breaks down his Downtown restaurant into four sections where different cuisine is explored.
The menu will be completely different, even if the space is the same.
Wokcano's owners plan Le Ka' and Green Hut Cafe, while Ocho Mexican Grill and Mediterranean City Grill are set to replace some so-so eats.
The Jacques Maximin cocktail is served just blocks away.
Susan Feniger will cater two nights of events, with proceeds going to The Gulf.
A new menu of classics and originals by Joe Brooke and Vincenzo Marinella ups the fresh fruit, St. Germain, and ginger beer.
The chef also hopes to put the Mo-Chica model into Whole Foods.
The Bordello and Cliff's Edge founder plans small plates and squeezed-to-order cocktails in July for The Arts District.
Just when taco trucks are expressing anger that new food trucks have no street smarts, a van arrives selling pot-laced candy.
Kiko's Taco Stand and La Bella Cucina are among Downtown businesses who lost profits on the violent end to game night.
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A five-dollar tasting menu will showcase the Too Hot Tamales' return to their roots.
Old world wines and a selection of hard-to-find cheese graces the tiny space.
Despite closures across the country, Downtown L.A.'s location will remain.
The chain has been run by the descendants of founder George Salisbury for just as long.
Both lasted longer than some of their departed neighbors, but are gone nonetheless.
Patina's boss pairs a German biergarten with performances of The Ring Cycle.
Elaborate, themed happy hours arrive at First & Hope.