It's going to take a lot of equipment and Larry King to save L.A.'s bagels.
We have high hopes that Bryant Ng's new Southeast Asian restaurant will join today's landscape of great Asian tribute and reinvention.
Marrow lovers no longer need crack their bones in private, as everyone from Wolfgang Puck to Nancy Silverton are preparing the ingredient these days.
The Wazuzu chef hopes to showcase the next generation of chefs to watch with an ongoing series and a possible brick-and-mortar restaurant.
As a testament to Gold and L.A.'s everyday eateries, some of his earliest discoveries were churning out the best plates at L.A. Weekly's third annual food event.
Tim Goodell springs market-forward gastro-pub fare on the Hollywood Roosevelt.
The second location of the healthy comfort food restaurant should give neighborhood working stiffs a better option for lunchtime.
The new Umami strives for the long-gone glamor of Hollywood past and surprisingly shares the street with The Counter.
Sausages come in varieties like wild boar and berry and alligator with pork, while cocktails are not forgotten among 20 draft beers.
It's nice to see whimsical chef Kris Morningstar back in the kitchen with creations like burger benedict and corned beef tongue.
The new space is completely cute, with a patchwork collection of crafts and homemade art-work that makes it look as if someone here used Amy Sedaris' last book for good, not evil.
The new chef has pared the menu down to some classics and a few of her own signatures, making the restaurant more approachable.
The adorable, tiny market and sandwich shop appears to be a strong addition for the lunchtime crowd.
Sang Yoon's tribute to Asian cooking cuisine fits smoothly into the recent explosion of chef-driven explorations honored by the city's most visionary toques
The Amsterdam transplant comes off like an adult Medieval Times for everyone sick of the drive to Vegas.
Naan and crispy salami find their way into this unique locavore Mexican restaurant now open in West L.A.
The name sounds pretty safe, but a burger stuffed between two grilled cheese sandwiches does not.
It looks more mid-century French, but the menu is an all-inclusive monster of pricey Mexican standards and twists.
La Seine opens in Beverly Hills, with Alex Reznik at the helm.
The third location of the gourmet panaderia opens way further west than its predecessors in Huntington Park and Commerce.