With a similar feel to Trader Joe's, this healthy grocer sources most of its produce from Southwestern farmers and bakes its own bread.
The store will closely resemble Silver Lake's, with the addition of an organics section and line of sugars.
The Cobras and Matadors owner is included in East L.A. Meets Napa, with a possible Mexican restaurant to follow.
The state will test out mandatory breath monitors for convicted drunk drivers and federal limits on lead might be exceeded in the nation's kiddie beverages.
"Think Jamba Juice with a Oaxacan twist," says owner Bricia Lopez.
O.C. lost Drago but will gain a brasserie from an L.A. legend.
A fall opening is planned for Adam Fleischman's fifth location since starting the chain sixteen months ago.
The chain has been run by the descendants of founder George Salisbury for just as long.
The store strives for an opening before July 4th.
Bakestudio sells salads, sandwiches, and of course, bread in El Segundo.
John Wooten was a regular in an everyday San Fernando Valley eatery, while The President looks to enhance the nutrition in schools.
FIG's chef is demonstrating three dishes live at Snyder Diamond while organizers of a food event debacle promise to do a better job in a bigger space.
Santa Monica will have a bigger location of the baked goods and brunch cafe.
Gourmet's grande dame loves social networking while chefs at the top of their game look to new markets in the Middle East.
The Spanish Kitchen and Oakfire owner focuses on Cal-Italian fare.
L.A.'s favorite burger goes eastward while college kids are acting really stupid even before they're drunk.
Santa Monica gets it first case of "Burritofication."
Disputes still rage as to the reality of the train's ambitions, but a celeb chef is appointed nonetheless.
Independent food vendors are taking advantage of the economic downturn to grow.
Though the chef could churn out burgers for the rest of his life, he will instead attempt to elevate Southeast Asian food.