This is the third location of Mark Kulkis's salad-slinging empire.
Parent company IDG is also opening with Gino Angelini in L.A. this fall, and adding an Abu Dhabi outpost of their steakhouse.
The bar includes reclaimed wood from Sinatra's old L.A. home.
The chain has struck a deal with Westfield, with plans to introduce a Sherman Oaks and Century City location, along with a pizza truck.
The opening is the first step in the chain's plan for 39 stores in the area in the next two years.
This has to be good news when it's 20 degrees hotter than Scoops Westside.
No longer must moviegoers suffer "the brown water at Kelly's Fudge."
The chef cites the state's product and his Masterchef shooting schedule as prime motivators.
Which raises the odds that UCLA could be next to get the brand's new create-it-yourself grilling concept.
The next location will occupy space in the $40 million reopening of the Figat7th shopping complex.
The new location will feature Umami hot dogs, milkshakes, and chips.
The iconic Southern California chain will also open in Dubai and Las Vegas this year to counter stagnant growth.
The new address will mark the fast-casual Korean chain's thirteenth global location.
The co-owner also explains that he'd do another restaurant with M.B. Post's David LeFevre whenever the chef is ready.
Better chicken, without the bitter taste of hate and persecution.
The new restaurant plans a Southern plantation theme, which doesn't sound like the greatest idea.
Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill will replace Bradley Ogden at Caesar's Palace.
The second location of Andre Guerrero's "slow fast food" stop will occupy a more contemporary space on Vine.
The yet-to-be-named project is coming in with help from James Rosenfield, owner of Brentwood Country Mart.