Though we've never had foie gras blueberry pancakes in the morning anyway.
Walter Manzke introduces a selection of tartines inspired by Parisian cafes.
Chef Imran Mookhi at least plays his pav bhaji right.
The fresh and fruity drinks include a daquiri made with Indonesian arrack.
Saturday brings sous-vide eggs and house-smoked bacon to the table.
No bite goes above four bucks for two hours each weekday.
Alex Reznik will make a foie soup with chicken skin, while Greg Daniels plans blood biscuits and duck bacon.
The two will risk jail by committing an "uni abalone felony".
A one-night-only affair sees the return of 2010's biggest rotating pop-up.
Farid Zadi is setting a chef's table to focus on North African and Spanish-influenced cooking.
The menu travels through Europe's pub and brasserie fare, while the space resembles an Old World train station.
The chef is offering experimental small plates under categories like "earth" and "uniquity."
We never thought we'd see the original moneyed farm-to-table spot sport such low prices.
Oysters find their way onto everything from Angus tartare to a wagyu short rib pot pie.
The chef will leave no stone unturned as they veer from Indian potato bhujia and baseball steak to duck curry and sauteed halibut cheeks.
The best parts of Jason Robey's menu appear to be the spectrum of included booze and the relatively low prices.
And of course, there will be quesadillas, just in case the shock is too much for us natives.
The West L.A. bar and restaurant has late-night dining written all over it, now it has a menu to back it up.
Lighter dishes include ceviche, though it'll be hard to resist the temptation of chipotle pork belly biscuits.
The soups are house-made and the bread comes from La Brea Bakery.