The popular charbroiled burger chain's truck is unfortunately only available for private events.
The San Francisco chef helps you host eighteen of your closest friends at dinner.
The red-headed chef will put his pen to your copy of Molto Mario next week.
The founders are making a return to their native South, leaving L.A. with one less option for mobile naanwiches.
Elsewhere, Jonathan Gold targets Bryant Ng's Spice Table as the bulls-eye of L.A.'s coherent new dining scene.
In a rare show of truth in advertising, the truck had been re-branded "Bad Boy's Burger" by its captors.
Turns out, the KFC icon was very into regionally specific recipes and farm-sourced food.
Drunken late night crowds are being denied the greasy sustenance they depend on.
The Pnut Butter Bar truck wants to put the stuff on everything!
There's a ghost in the (beer) machine at the West Hollywood roadhouse.
L.A.'s first Japanese curry truck is coming to town next week.
S. Irene Virbila looks at five places to get your small plates on, while Andrew Froug maps out the bubbling ramen scene.
In other news, Roy Choi details why food trucks are so important for hopeful restaurateurs who lack resources.
We'd actually rather have a shaved ice truck than this mobile ticketing station housed in a converted ice cream truck.
In other news, chef Gary Menes is holding a short pop-up at Cafe Tiara.
The acquired Italian taste will spend five days giving away free stuff in L.A.
If you can finish Brats Brothers' monster creation, you get your picture on the wall. Mom would be so proud!
Elite socialites in giant hats will have to join the fray with the rest of us at Baby's Badass Burgers during the Veuve Cliquot Polo Classic.
Owners already know a lot of people are going to criticize.
The owner also recounts the meal at Super Rica that started him on the path to taco entrepreneurship.