Bäco Mercat may have the umlaut, but this is the most metal restaurant of all.
The opening of two new Caribbean-Latin restaurants bodes well for the city's vast scene of eclectic cheap eats.
Jesse Barber is the venture's new ace-in-the-hole, following the exit of Jeremy Fox.
Everything from the beans to the design to the staff's training can be traced back to The Boot.
The Melisse chef constructed a seafood-heavy menu of small plates, sandwiches, and vegetarian garnishes.
The new restaurant serves French and Mediterranean under hotel chef Marius Blin.
The opening raises the enticing prospect of a return to Sona's clever, global intricacy.
The owner of Lou Wine Bar will pair vino with seven courses of Thai street food.
The menu remains the same as the Santa Monica original, but in a breezier, more open room.
Will the authentic, intimate cooking of this Emilia-Romagna's master-chef translate to a West Hollywood mega-restaurant?
The new sports bar and pub skips the pig's feet poutine for a smarter selection of sliders and pizza.
So far, the offshoot of Tarzana's acclaimed Israeli restaurant is being labeled one of the best quick options in the neighborhood.
Seafood, handmade pastas, pizza, and grass-fed meats are being prepared by Sandy Gendel.
The widespread coffee chain is celebrating 50 years.
The restaurant will feature photos of heavy metal icons and a black matte counter-top.
The pop-up comes from actors Michael Della Femina and Josh Weinstein.
Santa Monica Burger Update: Hole-in-the-Wall Burger Joint Reopens on Colorado, Wendy's Now Serving on Lincoln
One is committed to grass-fed Angus on locally made rolls. The other swears it never used pink slime.
In addition to its eponymous chilled desserts, the Little Saigon shop offers roast pork balls and chicken rice.
Despite mixed reviews, the restaurant just might thrive in this pho-deprived stretch of The PCH.
Did the small new place just one-up Ferran Adria?