Coffee caliph Eton Tsuno is the consultant behind what could be L.A.'s most ambitious coffee destination yet.
The Playa and Rivera chef cooked up seven L.A. classics and one crazy cake to help celebrate the magazine's five decades.
Ricardo Zarate follows up his mini-mall food stand with a contemporary space of reclaimed woods and natural materials in Beverly Hills.
The Four Seasons chef allows you to play Simon Cowell with his prospective dishes.
With great food and a committed sense of duty from the chefs, Taste of the Nation made for one of L.A.'s best tasting events of the year.
Incredible things are happening here, while the restaurant does its best to shake off the ghosts of Gyenari.
Though it looks like a faithful recreation of the original, this is actually Sam Nazarian's franchised version of the isolated NYC legend.
Our favorite L.A. bartenders share the recipes behind their most colorful spring cocktail creations.
This is the first U.S. location for the restaurant, which has one location in Mexico City and one in Guadalajara.
Every fancy mall should probably have one of these pricey but well-executed health food restaurants. In other words, it beats Wetzel's Pretzels!
The romantically renovated space will replace The Dining Room at Cliff's with classic cocktails and crostini.
Tim Goodell brought pork-fat ice cream, Lindy and Grundy held a butchering demo, and no belly left unstuffed.
David Linville, the former chef of Charlie's Malibu and The Standard, is now cooking steakhouse cuisine in The South Bay.
The event, which found Ludo chatting about his new twins and Morimoto hamming it up, had a pre-taped blessing from Wolfgang Puck to take over for his 30-year-old AWFF.
From classics like Zucca's butternut squash tortelloni to La Buca's brand-new pea shoot angelotti, Los Angeles has even more great Italian dishes that we recommend you try.
In Italian-saturated Brentwood, Villetta is bringing something new and more glamorous to its tables.
The chef's takeout joint offers a Philly cheesesteak with bulgogi and jerk chicken wings in an Asian-infused ode to beach food.
Guests enjoyed okonomiyaki, Kobe kalbi tempura, and octopus balls in support of The Jimmy Miller Memorial Foundation.
The artistic sushi maker is only offering her beautiful omakase once a long soft-opening period comes to its end.
We're still not totally sold on the name, but are optimistic about fish ribs and a ceviche station.