"The Maron" is a monster burger for such a skinny man.
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The Eagle Rock burger restaurant is allowing local artists design its food for a new monthly series. called "Hardly Starving Artist."
The restaurant is bringing back its "Burger Week" specials to entice you through the door.
The second location of Andre Guerrero's "slow fast food" stop will occupy a more contemporary space on Vine.
The "Art of the Streets" curator "holds a serious grudge" against restaurants that displease him.
The Eagle Rock stop is also letting Grill 'Em All take over for a day.
The chef is cooking restrained recipes of homey Italian with ingredients from one trusted local grower.
The winner of America's Next Great Restaurant sets up shop in the famous tourist district.
The restaurant's burger unexpectedly beats out Umami, Apple Pan, and The Oinkster!
The Eagle Rock favorite is dropping a one-day menu to serve everything you thought they serve that they actually don't.
The chef will also bring a second location of The Oinkster to Downtown.
Sam Sifton also drops the news that Andre Guerrero could reopen Max once the pop-up phenom vacates.
Sherman Oaks' favorite Mexican restaurant is growing to its second location.
Citing a lack of customers in a "brutal" economy, a second location of The Oinkster will be the focus.
Andre Guerrero has designs on Glassell Park's coolest bakery.
A new website comes from Venice to make discount dining more appealing.
Say goodbye to Sherman Oaks' Max, and hello to Marche.