Nile Park and Nick Coe's new bakery carries Southern-inspired California cuisine with international touches in the former home of Mani's.
The cafe will be the only place outside of Downtown serving bread from Homeboy Industries.
Owner Alejandro Pages makes no apology to his competitors, claiming nobody does traditional Spanish better than his new place.
Mid-City's new restaurant and lounge looks more like The Viceroy attempted a sports bar than Big Wang's.
Fourteen months later, the doors open to this husband-and-wife restaurant.
A farm-to-table menu will find its way into a 1,440 square-foot box of glass and concrete.
City officials force the al pastor specialists indoors, proving again that legislation and great street food don't mix.
Trans-Atlantic African cuisine is delivered from a former nightlife promoter and L.A. loses a Japanese stalwart and one link in a Brazilian chain.
New owners mull different plans for the Pico Blvd. venue.
The menu is more Super Rica in spirit than following its recipes step-by-step.
Coffee and pastrami sliders might not add much to the original inspiration.
Jeremy Ingram and Parker Martin are building on the success of their Downtown coffee bar.
The chef also hopes to put the Mo-Chica model into Whole Foods.
If Umami Burger-style successful, it could become a chain.
A short menu of Italian comfort classics and an upscale atmosphere add a little shine to Mid-City.
Italian wine and Asian-inspired small plates take over on LaBrea.
An American-Italian-Mexican restaurant in a liquor store could only happen in L.A.
Jason Ha opens an all-you-can-eat joint and a food truck parks it.
The first week of April will see beef, not barfi, on third Street.