The Bouchon chef thinks New Yorkers and Californians are similar, while an Oklahoma bartender goes to jail for his messy handling of a noise complaint.
The glory days of a $1.95 burger are gone.
April Fool's Day jokes about chefs and restaurants were picked up as news by other outlets yesterday.
Two coffee shops open in L.A. while a Hollywood lounge violates an alcohol law.
A Huntington Beach sushi-eating champ will be crowned at RA.
A sitcom star could land in court for upsetting a toque and a celebrity chef may be over-thinking his child's name.
An O.C. Italian restaurant is trying to break a Guinness World Record.
Hollywood's hottest Italian has a new attraction and two restaurants acquire liquor licenses.
A concept similar to In-N-Out comes from a Chronic Tacos owner.
Gourmet hot dogs, tacos, and Argentine cuisine are offered at the latest mobile food vehicles.
There will be a Snuggie pub crawl next month in Orange County.
An Alabama tea shop has beef with a Brooklyn rapper and Mark Peel's Tar Pit flirts with S&M.
A British restaurant serves the ultimate in gross-out food, while a Portland Cafe attempts to serve marijuana with food.
S. Irene Virbila isn't blown away by Laurent Quenioux's place and L.A. Mag thinks Rosa Mexicano lacks heat.
Wilshire will extend its two-timing happy hours, and Simon L.A. debuts new fall menus.
BP Oysterette gets a Gold star, and Eva is pleasing to Ms. Virbila.