It looks more mid-century French, but the menu is an all-inclusive monster of pricey Mexican standards and twists.
Jean Francois Meteigner attempts to emphasis the restaurant's more casual approach to French food.
Eric Greenspan offers a family-style meal with hoison duck and egg drop soup. Check out the full menu.
Mark Gold endows his dressed-up brunch dishes with simple names. "A piece of meat" anyone?
Before the pop-up shuts down, the restaurant will offer a take on the Italian Christmas Eve tradition.
The chef will recreate his fried chicken dinners from the Yountville restaurant every Sunday.
Stuzzichini back Toscaritas at this Brentwood space inspired by the look of modern Milan.
The high-end Italian has become more accessible with a central Santa Monica location and affordable menu of pizzas.
The morning dishes are a little pricier than usual, but carefully sourced with NorCal-imported product.
The chef puts less stress on animal parts for a seasonal selection of shareable small plates, pastas, and meatier mains.
The chef super group is raising funds for St. Vincent's Meals on Wheels by each contributing one dish.
While the decor hasn't completely shaken off the feel of a hotel dining room, the expansive views of the Marina are transporting.
Sushi with mole meets a steak and ale pot pie that appears to have wandered off of Waterloo & City's menu.
The Downtown chef has two varieties of this Oaxacan pizza, inspired by some of the biggest names in the Oaxacan food business.
The new space is two times bigger and serves a tight menu of sandwiches and daily salads and soup.
So far, seafood from a truck has been unspectacular, which could change, if only for a day, under the watch of Hungry Cat's chef.
Even vegetarians have a huge selection at this former ode to offal.
While pie is the new black, the Mayberry-style shop also has sandwiches, soups, and salads with house-made and local ingredients.
The chef has been cooking around town in preparation for his forthcoming Maison Giraud.