The Wazuzu chef hopes to showcase the next generation of chefs to watch with an ongoing series and a possible brick-and-mortar restaurant.
Neither the opening of Mitla or the return of Guelaguetza will be there to rescue Westside Mexican food fans.
Somehow, someway, we suspect someone will manage to throw a food truck or two into this mix.
Accompanied by The Royce's sous chef, Tila will take simple market ingredients and combine them into haute dishes.
Crust erroneously calls it the city's first pie pop-up. How soon they forget.
Following another pop-up, the self-described "wine pimp" has plans for his own place.
An alleged scheme finds egg farmers and a huge egg trade group killing hens to stifle the supply of eggs.
'Zines, canning, and pickling are, naturally, included.
The East Coast sweets-maker is sharing space with House of Balsamic's holiday pop-up.
Former Bin8945 owner David Haskell will be on drink duty, while former recent Bastide exile Joseph Mahon cooks a five-course dinner.
Sean Chaney from Hermosa Beach's Hot's Kitchens will try and squeeze entire meals into a tortilla at The Culver City space.
Even snobby dogs can get in on the action with foie gras biscuits.
The chef super group is raising funds for St. Vincent's Meals on Wheels by each contributing one dish.
Private chef Orcun Malkoclar will explore a fusion of Turkish and Western cooking at the Culver City cafe.
The days are numbered for L.A.'s pop-up phenomenon, but a great line-up is providing its swan song.
Chicks with Knives are offering a one-night store to sample and order their original pickle varieties.
The chef has been cooking around town in preparation for his forthcoming Maison Giraud.
Machine Project's Echo Park space turns into a one-night pie shop to showcase baker Sarah Williams.
The winner of Food & Wine's "Best Chef of 2000" gives a sneak peak into his test recipes for 2011's new project.
Georgio's Cucina serves Italian fusion but will be over before the end of the year.