The Westside destination for smoked salmon BLTs and The Clevelander now has a bigger home with a heated patio.
Paul Shoemaker's Juicy Lucy Now Serving Nitro-Injected Cheese Burgers and Sriracha Fries to Downtown
The former Savory chef takes a step into fast casual concepts with his grass-fed take on regional burgers.
My, how the food court has changed.
The restaurant serves tableside prime cuts, along with a menu of traditional cuisine.
The name, no less the idea, even sounds a little like The Edison.
After losing partner Ricardo Diaz, Armando de la Torre brings his popular stews and thick handmade tortillas a little further west.
Gloria Ramirez is planning a menu with both Mexican and Salvadoran dishes right next to her old employer.
The Spago vet returns with a menu inspired by his native New England.
Jason Travi will oversee the kitchen at David Reiss' new seafood-focused restaurant.
The popular and inexpensive all-you-can-eat restaurant is now supporting a sequel down the street.
Despite trying for a neighborhood feel, NYE dinner starts at $250.
The restaurant comes from owners of Ginseng and Kimchi on the Vegas Strip.
Blake Mycoskie extends his "What the World Needs Now" philosophy to a new flagship for locals.
The new supermarket calls itself a "one-stop Greek, Persian, Indian, Russian, Israeli, and Middle Eastern grocery store."
The fourth location of the premium panaderia is also selling savory sandwiches.
Tam O'Shanter has some strapping new competition.
The 28-year-old Southern chain is sharing space with Fatburger at its first L.A. store.
The supoer-seasonal restaurants stems from chef Whitney Flood's Bon Melange Catering.
The rapidly growing chain has locations from Santa Clara to Jackson Heights.
A long-gone cult classic returns to Mid-City.