The Kardashian clansman envisions an opening in six to eight months.
This must be the quickest way to get L.A. foodies in a snit.
The new restaurant's look gives the mall a touch of class and contemporary design to savor.
The legendary Japanese chef plans an ultra-luxurious selection of meat and seafood options at his first teppanyaki concept.
Before diving in, SinoSoul takes a second to diss L.A.'s current ramen obsessions first.
Well, Dr. Dre won't be there, but you can catch oyster and intestine mien xian.
Giacomo Drago opens a sister restaurant to Sushi House Unico.
The business makes one item, tendon bowls cooked to order.
Chef Laurent Saussy explains his inspiration.
The glitzy Japanese restaurant is offering a limited edition flight of crispy rice.
The nation's second largest grocery store chain is putting the kibosh on the frightening meat additive.
The juice is on fire these days, as yet another fresh squeezery sets its sights on the Westside.
The creative Mexican restaurant introduces some cross-cultural influences in its uni chile guero relleno.
An import from Osaka, the menu has just two options.
The kaiseki restaurant is hidden behind a discreet in the old site of Mr. Cecil's.
The director of Jiro Dreams of Sushi first made a test film with the recently retired Studio City sushi legend.
The singer is part of a group that purchased Schwartz's Deli in Montreal.
Even after a hefty fine and a prison sentence, the owners have been rejected by The Supreme Court.
The new restaurant will combine the best of both eateries and will even be called "New Japan by Sushi Stop."
Where the noodles may stumble, Jonathan Shin's meats shine, filling the rejiggered concept with Downtown's lunch crowd.