In the end, Zach Brooks decides we're really a great "chicken town."
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The soups are house-made and the bread comes from La Brea Bakery.
The treats are currently tempting customers at Beer Belly and Black Market, among others.
The offerings, which might be better suited to vegetarians, earn a solid B from lunch authority Zach Brooks.
The restaurant plans toad-in-the-hole and an eggs benedict burger starting in 2012.
Owner Daniel Kronfil proposes a wine bar for pre-flight flights.
So far, we've heard praise for Paul Shoemaker's $18 rib-eye and bacon burger.
All you need is a credit card and a little foresight.
Yes, the much ballyhooed ramen is finally here. Well, at least for three hours a day.
It may not be presidential, but it should help keep you out of debt.
Bryant Ng is also making his wood-grilled short rib and sambal burger available.
Meanwhile, Michael Voltaggio names his head bartender at ink.
Chef Yuji Isawa has placed a grill at the front of the restaurant to help the lunch-deprived neighborhood.
Micah Wexler adds Middle Eastern sandwiches and house-made Cherry Coke to his repertoire.
Roy Choi's Culver City spot has a new burger for a new meal, while his Palms rice bowl restaurant is trying to expand.
Fifteen dollars for three-courses of Spanish cuisine beats fourteen dollars for bad paella on Fairfax.
Midtown Lunch looks at seven things to hate about eating lunch in L.A.