Owner-chef Eddie Caraeff has kept most of the menu intact, including his renowned "Purple Erkle" smoothie.
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No sooner does Byron Hurt bring up a healthier way of eating traditional foods, then we're reminded of simply Wholesome in South L.A.
The chain-ready restaurant will even customize orders to fit customers' medical needs.
Did the small new place just one-up Ferran Adria?
The Arizona-headquartered franchise seeks to give Real Food Daily a run for most literal restaurant name.
Where to get freshly squeezed juice, shrimp and mango quesadillas, pupusas, and great fries while avoiding Venice Beach's tourist traps.
Albert Huang's bao-fight at a CHinese restaurant doesn't lead to more serious charges, while a sign of the times hits Los Feliz.
The location is survived by its five-year-old flagship and a store in Beverly Hills.
The rebirth of the 21-year-old Fairfax bakery stresses vegetarian options, whole foods, sustainable seafood, and grass-fed meats.
Nutritionists team with Joey Santos on a menu geared towards fitness buffs and gym-rats.
The second location of this locally sourced salad spot will cater to the area's corporate workers.
The budding chain's do-it-yourself and signature salads should appeal to the street's trendy crowd for a quick lunch.
The Toronto-based chain appears to be The Counter of health food.
A protein-rich, low-fat menu is designed by Joey Santos.
With a similar feel to Trader Joe's, this healthy grocer sources most of its produce from Southwestern farmers and bakes its own bread.
Santa Monica's One Life gets an invigorating new look.
100% vegetarian comfort food comes lands on The Sunset Strip.