The French chef will oversee a menu of steaks, seafood, and tapas.
The menu at this Southern-slanted British gastro-pub appears to be more eccentric than the chef's straight-forward perfect cooking at Tasting Kitchen.
The L.A. Times critic notes the same great food, new dis-enchantingly trendy space.
The budding business plans oall-natural, daily-made French pastries and baguettes using organic flour.
The restaurant has a lot going for it, with Alex Reznik in the kitchen, Matt Biancaniello at the bar, and a perfect roost for people watching over L.A. Live.
It's very much like a normal cocktail, but with some gold flakes and a whopping price tag.
Oh, and millions of dollars in relocation fees.
Every Wednesday evening, the Produce Project is bringing the coveted wares of SaMo vendors to Downtown residents.
Sascha Lyon's focus is on straight-forward servings of authentic Italian, plus one signature bacon burger.
Five-dollars drinks and satays outta make you very happy.
The critic is confused by the concept and not impressed by the food.
New items include a salmon cubano sandwich and house-made Twinkies for dessert.
Latin-owned wineries will pair with some of the city's best Latin restaurants and chefs.
Following the place could earn you a sneak peek.
Where to get free absinthe, discount drinks, and Alsatian beer this weekend.
The restaurant's crowning feature is a second-floor al fresco patio that takes up the whole second floor.
The new restaurant will be more contemporary, but just as French, as her successful bistro.
The lounge's "Far East" menu originates with chef Russell Saito, a veteran of SoCal sushi spots.
Chefs Eric Hara and Ryan Morrison will cook Classic American dishes revitalized with unique cuts and savvy touches.
An earlier approach failed in three weeks, so this time the Southland Farmers Market Association was brought in to organize.