The chef is offering a take-out juice bar with hand-made supplements, smoothies, and snacks.
The tall, communal tables have been dashed for a more open, urban-cottage style.
Still, there will be a new burger in town tonight, now that this third local link in the San Diego is pushing its debut back.
Ten trucks and a mix of jewelry, art, and clothes vendors are taking over weekly at The Victorian.
The reopening will put more of a focus on the bar and less on the menu.
Locals are opposing the coffee chain pressuring a 25-year-old flower shop.
Currently, there is a cafe concept planned by day, with cocktails at night.
Typical Westsider move here; leaving a 28-year-old for a 24-year-old.
The third local link in this chain will serve elk burgers, since L.A. has no destination for horse.
The restaurant's "endless menu" turned out to be a bit of an overstatement.
The sequel to Umami's pizza concept will also feature a stand-alone deli with sandwiches on baked pizza dough.
200 will be available at noon for one-day only, as the chef gets ready to close his porchetta truck.
It's raining mud, Hallelujah!
The new businesses will likely get their own carts for a one-year trial.
Tacos Punta Cabra is a straight-forward Baja-style fish and mariscos spot.
Santa Monica may not get a Fresh & Easy after all.
Tinga will probably have a working ice machine at the old Renee's Courtyard Cafe space
Orange County's popular juice bar is coming a little late to the party and buying its friends.