The Eagle Rock burger restaurant is allowing local artists design its food for a new monthly series. called "Hardly Starving Artist."
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Helmed by former Chateau Marmont sous chef Sean Lowenthal and his wife, the concept is progressive American comfort.
Andrew Lujan's new space will only feature Mexican wines and craft beer.
The chef is heading to New Orleans after two more weeks of business.
LA now has Slow Hand organic whiskey to pair with spicy beef noodle soup from Chuan Ma.
Every Tuesday, the meat-free will have two meat-free Mexican options.
The second location of Andre Guerrero's "slow fast food" stop will occupy a more contemporary space on Vine.
The restaurant will add 40 more seats, along with draft beers, Baja wines, and bottles from Mexican-owned, NorCal wineries.
The restaurant comes from Sean Lowenthal, sous chef at Chateau Marmont.
The Eagle Rock matriarch opened the parlor in 1953 and earned raves for her pies.
The Eagle Rock stop is also letting Grill 'Em All take over for a day.
The creative Mexican restaurant introduces some cross-cultural influences in its uni chile guero relleno.
The second location of the Hollywood restaurant is twice as big, with new dishes and a patio.
The Tasting Kitchen chef reveals what he's looking to bring into his Venice restaurant.
The brew expert will sign copies of his book and lead a tasting.
After the family's donations to support Proposition 8 are discovered, neighbors are taking action.
How do you say Corn Nuts in French?
These barley-fueled animals are believed to be descended from escapees of Hearst Castle.