Ike Shehadeh is pretty sure Jackie Robinson and Vin Scully will get their's when he comes to the city.
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"Gracias Madre" features heirloom corn tortillas, cashew-nut cheese, and other things that fly in the face of taco truck cuisine.
L.A. reminds the chef of his hometown of Atlanta, making it a natural fit for his next move.
The new chef comes from San Francisco's rather touristy Puccini & Pinetti.
"RW Apple called Stars the most democratic restaurant he had ever seen. But it was only because of that inspiration that came out of L.A."
Another San Francisco chef is flying south this winter.
RM Restaurant Holding, which also owns Acapulco and Chevy's, is feeling the pinch of the recession.
Maybe the agents just had a really strong craving for chocolate chip pancakes?
The Hollywood barman will face off against Erik Adkins from San Francisco's The Slanted Door at Sunset Magazine's "Savor the Central Coast."
The contest is to be held over cocktails. Weak!
Concerned that its latest commercial encourages eating disorders, activists force the yogurt giant's hand.
After a cop fires a shot, a fleeing vehicle stops outside of the famous Sunset Blvd. nightlife venue.
L.A. Weekly turns an attempted April Fool's day joke into its next big review.
The chips-makers have a controversial new ad that's angering Christians and spice-lovers get a new challenge.
Mary Alice White rips off The Food network chef and pays the price in prison, but fortunately she didn't try to steal truffles from the French.
The Luce chef shares her favorite L.A. restaurants while in town to preview Atelier Crenn.
Its bringing its hippie dippie names and "culture" with it.
Fatted Calf will bring the pork, Rancho Gordo is bringing the beans, and proceeds go to Cube Foundation's fight to bring locavore cuisine to L.A. families.
Tijuana empire owner Javier Palscencia is coming to L.A. while Matthew Dickson plans Taqueria Pelonchas Fresca.
L.A. is the meat in the middle of San Diego and San Francisco's beer-loving bread.