The restaurant will also display new works from artist Sean D’Anconia.
The Asian-influenced burger joint comes from a former Roy's chef and has been repeatedly praised by Vegas critics.
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 9021Pho chef donated her $1,000 cash prize to H.A.R.K.
Following a soft-launch, the tonkotsu and tsukemen spot had to pause to handle some exhaust duct issues.
Until ink.sack offers nan upgrade the small sandwich basically just tastes like what it looks like.
The items are normally priced in the double digits, but are now available for cheaper and without limit.
Which raises the odds that UCLA could be next to get the brand's new create-it-yourself grilling concept.
Nadine Trujillo's home was ransacked while she worked, leading to a community appreciation day in her honor.
Shabu shabu, sushi, and teppanyaki will all be found in this 5,600-square foot Spacecraft-designed restaurant.
The massive sushi distributor is placing bets on a truck serving Japanese rice balls.
Tokyo-native Shinsuke Horinouch promises a meticulous approach to his tonkotsu ramen.
The critic notes that kaiseki influences are a growing antidote to our over-saturated gastro-pub scene.
Specialists from Japan have flown in to prepare their signatures.
The food court stand offers two dishes, an original tempura-topped rice bowl and one with Tokyo eel.
Tatsu and Jinya are now serving Little Osaka, with enough room left for both to garner praise.
The San Francisco barman will carve ice spheres using a soba knife.
The new concept gives customers control over their proteins, sauces, and plating.
The Japanese concept is most likely a smarter investment than a Pan-African restaurant open five days a week.