The remake of Little Cave includes a massive selection of tequila, plus agave-focused cocktails like the "Mole Manhattan."
The restaurant will also get a new chef and menu, along with its new "Hollywood glamor" look.
Drinks from Marcos Tello and Adian Demarest and a new menu from Brandon Boudet both honor and update the classic Mid-City pub.
More than a year after shuttering, a favorite Northridge AYCE is back.
After shutting its doors, the great beer bar returns in less than two months.
The kaiseki restaurant is hidden behind a discreet in the old site of Mr. Cecil's.
Peruvian chicken and Oaxacan specials now sit side-by-side on Venice Boulevard.
Former Alto Palato co-owner Danilo Terribili is taking the reigns while Drago focuses on a Japanese concept in Beverly Hills.
Nobu vet Jonathan Shin is leading up the recipes in Thomas Ryan's kitchen.
The addition of T.V. sets at the bar kind of makes us want to spit out our craft brew.
A new local owner could (and should) change the atmosphere here to capitalize on Lincoln's recent re-nergizing.
The new design adds a touch of irreverence to the restaurant's oft-intimidating reputation.
The legendary Mexican steakhouse is reanimated seven years after going comatose in a fire.
Meanwhile, Michael Voltaggio names his head bartender at ink.
The Tasting Kitchen chef is also eying a new project at Wabi-Sabi.
Hopefully, the new name drives away some of the tragic history.
After its exaggerations about black label beef fall flat, the restaurant enlists the help of Kitchen Nightmares.
The good news is you get fed a lot for five dollars, even if the food could be greatly improved upon.
After nearly a year off the scene, Joanna Moore's eatery comes back to Abbot Kinney.
The restaurant has more bar seating, new interior details, a fresh coat of paint, and a cocktail list by Gabriella Mlynarczyk.