And the neighborhood H-words are apoplectic.
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Marea vet Jimmy Everett is offering market accoutrements to sustainable proteins.
The new Highland Park restaurant is getting ready for its May debut.
The new Venice seafood project comes from Sunny Spot and littlefork owner David Reiss.
The restaurant promises "comfort cuisine" that might make offal-phobes feel uncomfortable.
Chicken Boy better watch his step!
The healthy market settled its skirmish with the landlord.
Owners are asking the community they helped develop to keep them from being forced out.
Former L&E Oyster Bar pastry chef Deborah Gorman is behind the short selection of bar foods.
The nostalgic pop shop suddenly becomes a major destination for cold brew.
The Maximiliano owner spends time with his family.
The bar provides free sugar skulls and invites guests to help build an altar to the dead.
James Graham's dishes include traditional and creative French fare.
John Nese, owner of the soda pop shop, even pulls some Romney-like evasion.
Diep Tran is making three varieties for your picnic and barbecue needs.
This has to be good news when it's 20 degrees hotter than Scoops Westside.
Charles Phoenix plans to bake a seven-layer cake using Pop Rocks and the store's own sodas.
But even great ice cream can't deflect the gentrification charges.
The remake of Little Cave includes a massive selection of tequila, plus agave-focused cocktails like the "Mole Manhattan."
The focus will shift from dark and dank punk to agave-based spirits.