The Neapolitan pizza makers tell us they're waiting for official word on their fate as its neighbors will be gone by the end of the month.
"It looks like big business is probably going to win," says Chihuahua owner Mario Banda.
The rapper will do a commercial for "The Silver Bullet," while the mail-order fruit giant files for chapter eleven.
Now that's a costly bottle of cognac!
An opponent calls the proposed bill insensitive to Asian culture.
Despite a sunny forecast for the restaurant business, two of our favorites are struggling.
Eva Longoria and Todd English's restaurant at Aria stumbles, while an eight million dollar deal nets a company possession of the West Hollywood stalwart.
Fish tacos may be a trend, but that isn't stopping the eviction of the so-called specialist chain.
After years of planning, Reflections, a restaurant whose menu would be based on the cuisine of L.A.'s sister cities, is getting a beat down from city officials.
The owner is seeking investors while cutting back to one day a week service.
Sean Macpherson and Jared Meisler would add food and upgrade the facilities if successful in signing a lease.
Friends are uniting on Facebook to pressure the landlords at Samuel French.
A benefit is planned for employees while the new landlord plans a new concept for the space.
An attorney for the Aivazian family says a four-year legal battle has basically destroyed them financially.
Jane Gilman urges the truck trend out of her backyard and Alex Chen will represent Canada in the culinary competition.
Despite closures across the country, Downtown L.A.'s location will remain.
The Desperate Housewives star is alleged to have pushed her partners out of CityCenter while Mayor Larry Guidi faces up to three years in prison for trying to enhance his pizza over.
Established in 1953, the burger joint could possibly pursue the same route as Irv's Burgers to stay put.
Brooklyn Boy Deli Truck closes as the city questions the trend's legs.
The restaurant is only open four days now while the menu is reworked.