Now there will be even less reason to trek to Vegas to stay with the company.
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The owner may ease concerns by announcing his plans to "add something new and exciting to the heart of Boystown."
The KISS stars will wait on wounded warriors and veterans in Torrance.
The company must need a place to squeeze dollars out of the rejects at Hyde.
Keyon Wilson claims she was abused with epithets and a forced leave after complaining to H.R.
The Hollywood haunt for lovers of big breakfasts will surely ensnare Sin City's hungover legions.
The imported restaurant will be replaced by an expanded version of Sayer's Club.
The name, no less the idea, even sounds a little like The Edison.
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.
With a snooty side of bragging about your bank account balance.
The only certainty is that L.A. soon won't be the only one.
Could it be more than just a festa for Hills fans?
Sam Nazarian is chomping at the bit to open his new Italian.
The news channel's expose on local nightlife might have also lead to the temporary closure of two SBE clubs.
Some predictions on which L.A. restaurants are hot (or lame) enough to make it into Entourage this year.
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?