The two-story version of the popular cafe will open sometime this summer.
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The trouble-plagued pop singer's night ended up pretty lame.
"I was attempting a little bit of a detox day, but it wasn't entirely successful. I always wake up with the best intentions."
"We were spoiled for lunch with lobster tail and steak on the grill, avocado salad, and watermelon for dessert."
"There's something about eating a burger in Southern California that makes me feel like I'm in Happy Days in the fifties or something."
The pint size pop-star has dinner with his bodyguard.
The rap mogul goes from big pimpin' to big tippin'!
"Usually, I just get ice cream at the grocery store and take it home, but when that truck comes around, aaaagh, I die."
Since the surrounding area is mostly just Jinky's and Starbucks, a luxury coffee spot should be in demand.
Stars: They eat like us, dress funny like us, and occasionally even get arrested like us.
Rare and prized hoppy beers will dominate The South Bay starting this Thursday.
If celebrities were really looking for a low-profile, they'd avoid the Hollywood hot-spot and eat at Norm's.
L.A. is used to seeing old dudes with young ladies and cougars out for fresh meat, but we don't know what to call this.
Eighties actors gather to pay respects and T.V.'s ubiquitous toque enjoys some off-time.
Leave The Ivy and Mr. Chow in The Eighties, this is where the stars really come to eat.
The Food Network renews a popular cooking show and two political heavyweights look at the nation's growing waistlines.