The name, no less the idea, even sounds a little like The Edison.
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All things SBE eventually flow towards South Beach these days.
Seventeen new branches are planned of what Sam Nazarian calls "one of the most relevant restaurant brands in North America."
The former Michael Mina restaurant is now some sort of Hollywood party being held at The Colony.
The company's international arm plans brands like The Hyde and Bazaar in China, Europe, and Africa.
The nation's second largest grocery store chain is putting the kibosh on the frightening meat additive.
The L.A. Weekly critic calls it, "the most ambitious Chinese restaurant to open in Los Angeles in a decade — maybe ever..."
The hospitality entrepreneur claims the restaurant makes $13.5 million every year.
Could it be more than just a festa for Hills fans?
Is Harry Morton jealous of Sam Nazarian's Umami Burger deal or something?
Sam Nazarian is chomping at the bit to open his new Italian.
The forthcoming mall location sounds like the biggest yet.
After blazing a trail through NorCal and San Diego, the burger chain will concentrate on New York, Miami, Vegas, and Houston.
The SBE CEO seems to be bringing every restaurant he's ever enjoyed into L.A. Can someone get him a ticket to Copenhagen?
Though it looks like a faithful recreation of the original, this is actually Sam Nazarian's franchised version of the isolated NYC legend.
Alex Reznik will serve eleven guests each week at the sushi bar, while Bryant Ng drops a highly-recommended banh mi on Downtown.
Mercato di Vetro will find SBE corporate chef Danny Elmaleh preparing pasta, pizza, and anitpasti.
Friedman's next project won't be another Spotted Pig, but it might be another gastropub.
Tim Allen, Adam Sandler, and Sam Raimi are all part of the group that is funding Sunset Blvd.'s first foray into Faygo.
Nazarian is a fairly flashy owner for such an everyday spot, making us cringe that this could be another import that doesn't quite live up to the original.