The former Il Covo has been illuminated and expanded to provide a recharged energy for Suzanne Goin's modern classic.
The chef will make Ethiopian tacos with injera bread on a $140 menu coming from Govind Armstrong's kitchen.
Orange County's popular juice bar is coming a little late to the party and buying its friends.
The specialty here is chicken a la brasa, with hummus, kabob, and shawarma also available.
Hollywood suddenly finds itself in the midst of a meat frenzy.
The menu spans the gamut from sushi and kushiyagi to kitchen-driven dishes with Japanese and European influences.
Matthew Dickson's healthy, organic menus target Lululemon-heads and SoulCyclists.
Miles Thompson shattered the pop-up scene last summer with his precise pairing of disparate ingredients.
Okay maybe real cowboys never actually ate panko-crusted calamari and ahi salad, but this is still Tinseltown, after all.
One of the two chef-owners used to oversee Inka Deli before its demise.
After Jeremy Fox fled, the restaurant got back on its feet with Tasting Kitchen chef Jesse Barber.
That's pulled pork bao we're talking about, not the ones at L.A. Fitness.
The taco spot was born out of staff meals served at West Hollywood's 30-year-old Italian restaurant, Hugo's.
$311 steaks, veal and bone marrow pie, and Chad Colby's prized salumi will be among the highlights.
The chain is even offering a contest that will award/punish guests with a month of free burritos.
The new Cardiff Giant-owned shop is a super-group of super-foods, providing a one-stop shop for diet-adhering dining.
The former Churchill chef's dream project hinges on a wood-burning oven, handmade pastas and salumi, and closely held sources for local uni, abalone, and organic meats.
Chef Bryant Ng's new roster of dishes was inspired by a recent trip to Southeast Asia.
Shuck Oyster Bar owner Noah Blom is behind this newcomer, dedicated to handmade recipes and open-flame cooking.
The chain-ready restaurant will even customize orders to fit customers' medical needs.