Farm-to-table cuisine comes back to The South Bay, under a new name.
The cafe had to move to Sunland, but it wins the war with its former landlord, who is still searching for a tenant.
The swans will be there. We're still waiting to hear about the piano player.
The shutter is intended for yet another reinvention, but is not meant to be permanent.
The space looks a lot better suited to the beachy neighborhood now.
By the end of 2011, food stamp usage will hit a new high in Los Angeles.
A new look and new menu will be revealed to the public at 8:00 P.M.
The menu will mostly stay intact, while a new Wolfgang Puck pizza oven has chef Wesley Pumphrey concentrating on an expanded selection.
The owners of Downtown's popular wine bar write their own happy ending, with plans to reopen this fall.
Tenacity and patience prove intelligent as there's a whole lot of dough to be made on this stretch of Downtown.
San Francisco's hippie-dippy, "cult" classic opens its first L.A. store.
Brent Bolthouse's new restaurant venture is now open in West Hollywood.
The Benihana heir and celebrity DJ will reopen the space in the summer, while currently running it as a pop-up.
The restaurant says they've cut the menu in-half to focus on their best-sellers.
it's hard to accept this dive ever getting shiner, but we'll admit: better MacPherson than SBE.
We have to thank Garrett Morris for starting the once cracky hotel on the long road to retribution.
The themed diner takes over an old Carl's Jr. on a more active Valley strip.
George LaGuerre is back with the same menu almost a year after a fire forced him out of Echo Park.
This part of town is so tricky to open in, we can't even keep track of what's really closed sometimes.
Sushi with mole meets a steak and ale pot pie that appears to have wandered off of Waterloo & City's menu.