The second location of the Hollywood restaurant is twice as big, with new dishes and a patio.
Former Food Network boss Bruce Seidel is heading up the project.
Taste Joshua Klapper's wines for only $20, with food!
Over 80 international producers will showcase Pinot Noir at Barkar Hangar.
The chain promises to use "fresh" foods, making us quite concerned about what they were serving before.
A 1960 sit-in at a North Carolina diner may have started an avalanche of civil rights protest.
Make sure to pour out a little for Steve Irwin.
After more than 60 years, the restaurant claims it can't stomach a rent increase.
Angry Calls Flood Albert Pujols' Restaurant; Santa Monica Woman Finds Rusty Staples in Her Taco Bell Taco
Angry St. Louis residents vow to stop patronizing Pujols 5.
The hospitality entrepreneur claims the restaurant makes $13.5 million every year.
Gone are the enomatic wine dispensers for a clean look of grey walls and bottle displays.
Phil Lee oversees an eclectic menu of global small plates in a room that looks like someone shrunk Bottega Louie.
The teen singer tells Matt Laurer his mother fed her family by going to food banks, too.
The actress sends a letter of congratulations to superintendent John Deasy, after he makes big changes in school diets.
Vintage Enoteca pairs classic candy with boutique wines.
The chef produces both a pinot noir and chardonnay for home and restaurant.
Amanda Baumgarten splits with Downtown's seafood stronghold after seven months.
Andrew Murray, Steve Pepe, and other area-raised winemakers will be joined by ten local restaurants.
Donna Simpson vows to lose weight, as long as the cameras stay on.
Citing economic pessimism, diners stayed home this summer.