Celestino Drago's more casual offshoot is now serving on The Sunset Strip.
Chefs Eric Hara and Ryan Morrison will cook Classic American dishes revitalized with unique cuts and savvy touches.
The New York-based food performance artist dished on the delicacies place in culture and controversy at Royal/T.
Ari Taymor has a surfeit of imagination in dishes that let market crops take the charge.
The statewide ban comes in an era when L.A. chefs are getting ever more playful with the delicacy's versatility.
Stay safe out there this Memorial Day!
Mass murder, hostage situations, and standoffs mar meals out on the town.
A look into a world where Anthony Bourdain is actually Sid Vicious and Alice Waters plays Joni Mitchell.
Some of these celebrity cheapskates offer no gratuity at all.
A look back on Barack's crap diet.
The fifth annual edition of the fest was sold out, and, per usual, pretty drunken.
A look into Tom Colicchio's Clambake, Guy Fieri's Brew B Cue, and Saturday's Lexus grand tasting event.
In addition to L.A. heroes and chefs we've come to know from AWFF, we were happy to see Graham Elliott, Daniel Boulud, Lydia Shire, and Hubert Keller in town for a change.
Tijuana's best was on display, from Javier Plascencia's paella to the birthplace of the Caesar salad.
George Abou-Daoud highlights upgraded U.S. comfort cuisine with foot-long beef hot dogs, Native American hickory smoked chicken, and one whopping whiskey selection.
From Mezze's lamb bacon to Ashley James' mini tortas carnitas, we're looking forward to another savory season of inventive dishes as autumn returns.
So far it's a visually captivating blend of French, Spanish, and Northern African influences, bound together by California's bounty.
Yoko Isaji toured a West L.A. audience through the evolution of sushi, from its origins in Southern China to its days as street food.
Take a peek inside Venice's hottest new sausage slinger and biergarten.
30 chefs were each united with a farmer to highlight peak produce in engaging small plates.