Look what those molecular chefs have wrought.
Ten winners will find golden tickets inside of their desserts, while everyone else better still chew carefully.
Okay, we haven't exactly seen every one in the Japanese cream puff chain, but still.
The new restaurant merges heavy-duty dude food with a panoply of Latin ingredients and traditional techniques.
In the quickest turnaround ever-seen, the meat-free sushi and ramen restaurant will replace the recently closed Sazon Latin Fusion.
Chef Eduardo Ruiz comes from a sous position at Animal.
It really makes sense for Southern California's less famous burger to serve the In-N-Out deprived parts of the city.
The beloved Baja taco maker is gone until further notice.
Robert Romanus, the actor who played the most unctuous teenager of all time, is now a cafe owner.
The opening will find some of New York's performers here while an L.A. cast gets assembled.
The selection is pointedly more casual, with breakfast burritos, Benedicts, and burgers.
Providing the neighborhood a well-cultivated everyday option ruled by a Stefano oven, proprietary starter, and a strong beer selection, this one's going to be slammed.
The bar is attached to new Stall 239, which serves street food and deep fried peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
The center city debut of this Compton favorite finds cocktails, craft beer, and Scoops ice cream added to a more easily understood menu.
The new concept in Neapolitan-inspired pies comes from the founders and chef of Abigaile restaurant in Hermosa Beach.
The imported chain specializes in miso-based Hokkaido ramen.
After rebuilding a pet shop into a restaurant for a year, Hot Dog King begins serving in Koreatown.
Orange County just can't get enough of Slater's 50/50 as new branch opens in Lake Forest
Tacos Punta Cabra is a straight-forward Baja-style fish and mariscos spot.
The beautiful gourmet bakery stands head and shoulders above your average L.A. panaderia.