Brandon Boduet continues to mine his Big Easy heritage at a famous duo of Italian restaurants.
The Spanish Kitchen and Oakfire owner focuses on Cal-Italian fare.
The Culver City Italian will be the mall's only street-level dining option.
The former Fraiche chef debuts a new menu in Costa Mesa and a mysterious tragedy befalls carp.
Vincenzo Sanseverino offers a creative take on Italian comfort.
Tango Grill is converted by new owners who add burgers and breakfast.
Guests will become guinea pigs for the cheese bar to test new menu items until September.
The original location in Santa Monica will be reopened in two months if all goes right.
Florentine chef Massimo Denaro brings fresh fish and homemade pasta to Lincoln Blvd.
An American-Italian-Mexican restaurant in a liquor store could only happen in L.A.
Authors Clifford A. Wright and Martha Rose Shulman will put twelve students under the blade on Cinco de Mayo.
A wood-burning oven and enoteca spirit will be in place off of State Street.
Albert Shahmoradian will tailor his traditional Italian to "more demanding" tastes.
Michael Dozois pairs with Alberto Lazzarino for cocktails and gypsy food.
Wynn casino-veteran Grant MacPherson will take the Osteria's place with Rustica Italian.
Andrea Cavaliere will change the free spuntino offered to the bar daily.
Susan Feniger, Michael Mina, and Nancy Silverton are all vying to have new restaurants at the Airport.
L.A. Times looks at the new Four Seasons restaurant and L.A. Weekly enters a contest at Vincenti.
A Top Chef vet teaches Italian cooking in Toluca Lake.
Modern Italian and live crudo seek to enliven Beverly Hills hotel dining.