Artist Ryan Graeff pays tribute to the city's most legendary taquerias, Mexican restaurants, and taco trucks.
Live music and craft cocktails mark the snazzier revamp.
Ideally, the mixologist would like to set up in Venice.
Former general manager Helena Brown tells us the ownership "wasn't a good fit."
The building sold for $2.2 million, and survival odds don't "look good."
U-Haul trucks and other vehicles are increasingly taking valuable spaces away from businesses, one business owner tells us.
Co-owner Aaron Turnbull is stepping down from his FOH position.
The chef-owner of Ned Ludd in Portland is collaborating on dishes like cockscomb terrine and squid-ink citrus for one night.
From Novemer 1 through December, Patricia Tsai's bean-to-bar chocolate shop will change Abbot Kinney addresses.
The proposed restaurant would include a full bar and pizza oven, if approved.
LA now has Slow Hand organic whiskey to pair with spicy beef noodle soup from Chuan Ma.
The critic calls Jason Neroni's recipes "sunny and straightforward."
Some of them don't surprise us. Then there are the ones we eat at.
Kris Tominaga says he's outraged that the name of his pop-up is being used without the involvement of his team.
Just three days after Kris Tominaga and Brian Dunsmoor open Hart & Hunter, their old pop-up is reappearing on Abbot Kinney with new chefs.
Inevitably, we must ask if Mar Vista is the next trendy neighborhood to watch.
We're excited for mole meatball sandwiches and a new burger.
Activities will include "seltzer water tastings" and "gourmet bathing activities."
Jason Neroni's inventive pastas and salumi might just be the best thing about the block's sudden conversion from sleepy surf town street to the "next Abbot Kinney."
"I've never really been into salads. I grew up on fast food, but I'm 36 now, and it doesn't make me feel so good anymore."