Imagination meets farm-sourcing in this latest step-up for The South Bay.
Top Chef: Just Desserts vet Seth Caro is adding his sweet touch to the already heavyweight team.
And it already looks much better than Beaches.
A sudden rush of well-regarded chefs to the area includes Neal Fraser's next project.
Makoto Okuwa is still a partner in the South Bay sushi spot, but couldn't resist his own eponymous Stephen Starr restaurant.
The model-owned hot dog and burger joint might not be the South Bay's answer to Lucky Devil's, but a casual beachy lunch spot with locals in mind.
While party central moves up the street, the original location becomes The Fish House.
Alex Reznik will serve eleven guests each week at the sushi bar, while Bryant Ng drops a highly-recommended banh mi on Downtown.
The longtime Water Grill chef has crazy house-made bread, "less common" meat cuts, and twisted classic cocktails planned in the South Bay.
Guests enjoyed okonomiyaki, Kobe kalbi tempura, and octopus balls in support of The Jimmy Miller Memorial Foundation.
On the heels of Manhattan Beach Post news, L.A.'s foodiest attentions might be drawn down south this summer.
The out and proud "seafood geek" is expanding to eclectic small plates and intriguing bread selections.
The former Water Grill chef is seeking a staff and dropping clues to his solo venture along the way.
A look at the new and notable in eating in L.A.'s beach-towns, from Malibu to South Bay.
Tony DiSalvo and Sean Chaney both unroll family classic prix--fixes.
Bricia and Fernando Lopez score with their sandwiches and Onil Chibas pleases Irene in Pasadena.
A former Kitchen Nightmares judge shares his view on the show's editing, while The L.A. Times visits another ancient restaurant.
Lido di Manhattan will appear on Kitchen Nightmares tonight.
Chef Remi Lauvand has secured one of 80 rare pigs for a three-course dinner.
A casual bistro is set to open under Clint Clausen.