The unapologetic chain is trying to take on the Double Downs and Locos Tacos of the world.
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Cupcake ATMS are also due for Las Vegas and Atlanta.
The Rick Bayless-involved restaurant will open next year in Newport Beach.
A supposed "one-percenter" tells a waitress to "get a real job," while the chain tries to figure out whether the receipt itself is real.
Newport appears to be the new landing pad for pricey restaurants looking to expand from the limits of hyper-casual L.A.
The L.A. Times critic feels the Silverton-Batali food is identical to the original, but that the room has been stripped of its soul.
The Indian import will prepare authentic slow-cooked curries and tandoori dishes, as well as some market-lead creativity.
A new fast-casual Indian chain will launch first location in Orange County.
If you think eating bacon sundaes and triple duck fat fries are dangerous indulgences, see what seven hours of drinking and smoking will do to you.
Owner Brad Slatzman says the mall has no foot traffic or business, despite what he was promised.
Michael Cardenas is opening an ambitious izakaya next to his successful Lazy Ox Canteen.
Fish tacos may be a trend, but that isn't stopping the eviction of the so-called specialist chain.
The new store will be four times bigger than the original, with its own enchanted garden for tea parties.
Wynn casino-veteran Grant MacPherson will take the Osteria's place with Rustica Italian.
Chocolate sauce finds its way into a famous rocker's bedroom and a maligned coffee is being considered more carefully.
A concept similar to In-N-Out comes from a Chronic Tacos owner.
A festival comes to L.A. for the first time to celebrate pinot noir.