The iconic chain is testing a new stand-alone kiosk concept in Sherman Oaks.
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The shutters bring the occupancy rate to only 50% at Santa Monica Place's rooftop market component.
The bearded one will promote his new book, while providing you with some edible vegan curios.
Meanwhile, a rep at Richard Sandoval's places says the axe is far from falling on the mall's eateries.
Is this just the start of the axe falling on the mall's lackluster Dining Deck?
The summer has seen repeated incidents of violence and crime marring this neighborhood's restaurants.
The sequel to Silver Lake's popular spice-slinger will take a new space at Santa Monica Place.
Meanwhile, Taylor Swift gives thanks to Ismail Mohan at RockSugar.
Nearly a year later, what has always sounded like the coolest component at the revitalized mall sees its debut.
The rolling stone chef will help expand the company past fancy sandwiches, along with a vet of Top Chef: Just Desserts.
Every fancy mall should probably have one of these pricey but well-executed health food restaurants. In other words, it beats Wetzel's Pretzels!
New vendors, a bike valet, and lots of freebies will be on-hand at Santa Monica Place this weekend, while the rest of the city rocks out at Coachella.
The Arizona-headquartered franchise seeks to give Real Food Daily a run for most literal restaurant name.
Wine Riot wants to make grape aficionados out of your typical Natty Light drinkers.
The final component of the Dining Deck might be the most exciting part for food people more interested in heritage beans than shopping at Burberry.
It's not exactly a 74-foot pine at Rockefeller Center, but it will be warmer.
More locals are due for the Santa Monica site of oh-so-many San Francisco restaurants.
In addition to late-night dumplings, Chris Yeo's new L.A. restaurant starts a happy hour with low-priced bites.
Elsewhere, S. Irene Virbila and L.A. mag both lose it over Waterloo & City's shepard's pie.
Richard Sandoval's Latin-Asian fusion fits perfectly into L.A.'s growing fusion trend.