The market has the best views of any of our local locavores.
Houston Brothers Take on Aphrodisiacs and Champagne Cocktails at Pour Vous, Opening This Week on Melrose
The brothers show respect for the big owners who came before them to the Melrose space.
Frog Frozen Yogurt sports a gnarly mural from Restitution Press.
The juice is on fire these days, as yet another fresh squeezery sets its sights on the Westside.
After shutting its doors, the great beer bar returns in less than two months.
Vintage Enoteca is pairing craft brew with sandwiches bearing aged cheddar, candied bacon, and Abuelita chocolate.
Apparently, one must tread carefully when requesting to have their pizzas sliced.
It's not just what we eat, but what's in what we eat that could be endangering our waistlines.
The former executive chef felt this Hollywood re-do was not "a great fit" for him.
The owners will grill up three dollar beers in honor the day.
Mark Peel says the landlord is demanding astronomical rents that would "crush us."
Prepare to get loaded, as you'll drain your glass every time an actor "claims that they haven't even prepared a speech."
They promise no lovey-dovey crap, but will throw you an extra wiener when you buy one.
The outspoken British hunter is going to open Bon Vivant Market and Cafe with owner Tricia La Belle.
The chef is offering experimental small plates under categories like "earth" and "uniquity."
Once The Music Box is evicted, lease negotiations for the beer bar can begin anew.
In one deadly night, gunfire erupts at a Hollywood Thai restaurant and later outside of a popular Downtown nightclub.
The restaurant will serve creative cafe fare and gourmet mud.
Lighter dishes include ceviche, though it'll be hard to resist the temptation of chipotle pork belly biscuits.