Over at Dan Tana, Rod Stewart showed One Direction's Harry Styles how to age gracefully into the rock and roll lifestyle.
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Samuel L. Jackson Discusses George Lucas Deal at Bristol Farms; Comedian Craig Robinson Hits Eveleigh
The actor offers his opinions on George Lucas's $4 billion deal.
The funny girl loves Studio City's chocolate-covered cheese.
Madeo Waiter Slaps Photographer in Defense of Paris Hilton; Jennifer Aniston Takes a Date at Chateau Marmont
A photographer from X17 then punched a customer's wife.
Whoever told the actress owning a restaurant was easy should have thought again.
Former Spanish language TV star Clarita Trujillo resuscitates her Mexico City-style restaurant in El Sereno.
RM Restaurant Holding, which also owns Acapulco and Chevy's, is feeling the pinch of the recession.
The pint size pop-star has dinner with his bodyguard.
The rap mogul goes from big pimpin' to big tippin'!
Unfortunately, what sounds like the world's greatest invention contains neither butter nor beer.
And in other not-so-surprising news, underage Miley Cyrus appears to have gotten plastered again.
If celebrities were really looking for a low-profile, they'd avoid the Hollywood hot-spot and eat at Norm's.
Grammy's week brought Justin TImberlake, Cee-Lo Green, and Miranda Lambert out to eat in L.A.
Apparently, Vinnie Barbarino got the blessing to play The Teflon Don while dining in Santa Monica with his son.
The Miami Heat star gets caught on a date while trying to go low-pro at the Beverly Hills steakhouse.
Her accuser's husband has a history of bad relations, making threats, and shady practices with the company.
Beso might be going bust.
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.
Meanwhile, we gain a little insight into George Lopez's decision to abandon the woman willing to give him her own kidney.
Meanwhile, The Washington Post has little success finding celebrity diners in L.A.