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The new People Issue offers new insights into our restaurant owners and chefs.
The Culver City Italian will be the mall's only street-level dining option.
The third location of Kazunori Nozawa's casual sushi spot comes to Downtown's restaurant row.
The first location outside of Northern California is planned on Ocean Park.
Seaside dining is about to get two huge names.
A famous ear-biter goes meatless, while a famous socialite ditches fast-food.
Adam Fleischman will turn his attention to Vietnamese food.
Zoe Nathan and Josh Loeb's heavily anticipated hand-made ice cream parlor is opening in Brentwood.
Joseph Cordova hopes to have six more locations and four taco stands in the next months.
Bibigo promises a Korean fast-food outlet in L.A. by the end of 2010.
A wine and tapas bar will no doubt become a social hub.
Zoe Nathan and Josh Loeb are finally ready to open their homemade ice cream shop in Brentwood Country Mart.
Westsiders are finally getting the legendary pork belly banh mi.
Chipotle is constructing two new stores, one in a famous fast food building.
Is L.A. big enough for two NorCal burger chains?
Outdoor space will figure prominently in Jeremy Umland's new wine bar.
A wood-burning oven and enoteca spirit will be in place off of State Street.
Albert Shahmoradian will tailor his traditional Italian to "more demanding" tastes.
Venice activists rejoice that a fro-yo chain is departing, while a new contender enters the icy arena.