Tender Greens and Veggie Grill are among the additional business that could be coming to Marina Marketplace.
The budding business plans oall-natural, daily-made French pastries and baguettes using organic flour.
The chef is spinning the menu with daily specials and seasonal changes.
Neil Strawder is cooking a $22 dinner for members and guests.
Beer Belly's bash is planned for California's final night of legal foie.
A new selection of cocktails and smoothies will pair with morning dishes like "festival bread" with goat butter and salt cod brandade Benedict.
The chef, who also ran The Lobster and Philly's Striped Bass, is the ideal choice to lead a new seafood-driven approach.
Cafe del Rey is offering three types of the Spanish classic, one with meat, one of seafood, and another for the meatless.
The city is ever more a bastion of chain restaurants within Los Angeles.
A female chef is in the kitchen now, but the hotel won't tell us who it is.
With pronounced dashes of Jamaica, Puerto Rico, and Cuba, Roy Choi could have the most thrilling islands-influenced menu L.A. has seen in years.
Sensing change in the air, the restaurant is trying to go for a less mummified, younger crowd.
The new location is much bigger and more polished, and even has a boat dock to help you flee if the killer shrimp attack.
The restaurant plans to reopen, with hopes that it will be nearby.
The Neapolitan pizza makers tell us they're waiting for official word on their fate as its neighbors will be gone by the end of the month.
Two fundraisers will precede the grand-opening party to benefit non-profits.
A look into great Cajun po' boys, fine fried chicken, and some sloppy barbecue served in Marina del Rey.
Two dollar drafts and four dollar warm cocktails lighten your rainy days in Marina del Rey.
The Isla Vista upstart should help pave the pain caused by so many empty storefronts on Lincoln.
Fatty's & Co. closes in Eagle Rock and more neighborhood happenings.