The new venue is geared towards the studio set, with four rooms, a rooftop patio, and a menu of more charcuterie, cheese, and small plates.
Unfortunately, from the dishes we tasted, garlic played more of a supporting role than point guard.
The restaurant marks the return of veteran Keith Silverton, cooking a mix of U.S. comfort food with a locavore twist.
Amy Sweeney's esteemed farm-to-fork restaurant is now available to art lovers and office drones in Westwood.
Owner Steve Fortunato caves to neighborhood demand.
The Hollywood restaurant is celebrating Book of Mormon with a menu meant for Mitts and giggles.
If Southern chef Brandon Bouet can do UK food, it's only fair that British Gavin Mills do down-home cuisine.
The pendulum lurches slightly right in South L.A.
Chef de cuisine Charles Olalia is making Downtown's famous "last bastion of fine-dining" more accessible while highlighting the season and the region.
Chef Stefhanie Meyers offers a Latin-inspired manana meal with chilaquiles and waffles stuffed with chorizo and cotija cheese.
Pastry chef Karen Hatfield expands her bakery selection with quinoa muffins and salted caramel pecan babkas.
The chef is downplaying some of his more experimental impulses for an all-day brunch menu focused on sustainability and approachability.
Ben Ford will cook a six-course dinner paired with spirits from Wisconsin's Death's Door.
No spicy tuna on crispy rice and no Kim Kardashian.
Irish classics like corned beef hash, "soldiers," and breakfast booze will all be available.
A culinary journey into the early mid-aughts.
The Seal beach brewery and restaurant will put more than ten drafts on offer for the evening.
Chef Lauren Cartmel is embracing the season with a heavy use of tomatoes.
New items include a salmon cubano sandwich and house-made Twinkies for dessert.
Jason Neroni hints at a Thursday evening opening in Venice.