On the eve of Hollywood's final Hester Street Fair, its famous founder tells us which L.A. edibles she can't live without.
The chain is out to show you just how crunchy it can be.
The new company comes from principals at the popular Hudson and The Churchill.
Pastry chef Karen Hatfield expands her bakery selection with quinoa muffins and salted caramel pecan babkas.
Here's your chance to drink in the beers of nearly 100 breweries for a reasonable cost.
The chef is downplaying some of his more experimental impulses for an all-day brunch menu focused on sustainability and approachability.
The place was swarmed by reporters, making it difficult to operate.
The very things that make it cool are most likely now making it close.
Variations include a poutine burger for Canucks and a tempura-fried Samurai burger with Japan in mind.
Shabu shabu, sushi, and teppanyaki will all be found in this 5,600-square foot Spacecraft-designed restaurant.
Meanwhile, the owner of the Hollywood branch, a friend of CEO Dan Cathy's, is trying to stem the controversy form hitting his front door.
The second location of Andre Guerrero's "slow fast food" stop will occupy a more contemporary space on Vine.
Dishes include bacon-wrapped corn dogs and s'mores, with European reds.
Over 40 restaurants and 60 wineries will raise funds for Saban Free Clinic.
A ceviche bar will rally fresh seafood for several types of ceviche and tiraditos.
The small eatery will serve fresh, organic Mediterranean food.
The former La Madri chef left Villetta just seven months after opening the Brentwood Italian.
The design of this farm-to-table project will fall under the Thor-like hammer of Kristofer Keith's Spacecraft.
Called Idle Hour, the project involves the restoration of a 1940's original.
Mix was a nominee for "bartender of the year."