A one-night dinner will be one of SoCal's last opportunities to have Sona's chef de cuisine to itself.
Chefs will cook for one night-only at Herb Alpert's restaurant while backed by live musicians.
Neal Fraser releases three prix-fixe menus and his pastry chef teaches donut-making.
Philppe Cortivo and his mother open their own Italian restaurant.
New libations include include the "Sid Vicious" and strawberry shake martini.
Jose Andres expands his morning menu but is no longer serving brunch inside of The Bazaar.
Modern Italian and live crudo seek to enliven Beverly Hills hotel dining.
4,800 eggs and 7,200 shrimp will help make up the Academy Awards menu.
Sebastien Archambault has a Julie and Julia menu for three days only.
A chef form Rivera comes to cook Cali-Spanish food in Hollywood.
New cozy pub grub includes chorizo sliders and pork-fat fries.
Joseph Gillard has four courses of organic lamb planned, followed by a managlitsa pork dinner.
Tony Esnault has three nights of specials planned.
A New Orleans native will cook Mardi Gras specials for L.A.
Slow-cooking and Cali-wines will dominate Job Carder's new restaurant.
The San Francisco chef and slow foods activist will cook eight dishes for one night in Century City.
Wines will be paired with five Japanese courses by Stan Ota.
Simon Dolinky offers a deal to chase Restaurant Week.
Six Italian sandwiches embrace the traditional and twisted.