The chef's career has past found him cooking at French Laundry, Daniel, Arpege, and Gordon Ramsay.
Meanwhile, Capri may house another pop-up as soon as this weekend.
The stuff is made in San Jose, which will probably offend the "South of Rose, West of Lincoln" crowd.
A boardwalk brawl sweeps up patrons and staff.
The Venice dive-bar plans three days of consecutive partying with live bands and gratis eats.
The look will incorporate ponchos sold at the beach and pool tiles to symbolize Venice's diverse population.
The menu combines some of L.A.'s currently favorite flavors from Peruvian causa to modernized throwbacks like braised short-rib Wellington.
Jason Neroni shows off his super-charged new Italian concept.
Patricia Tsai's stone-ground chocolate will take a new space next to The Otheroom.
The chef lets his imagination go free, throwing Fruity Pebbles into a bowl of granola and topping oxtail stew with tripe.
An change of ownership notice leads back to Sunny Spot.
The chef helped create Spudnik pizza and another with jalapeno and pineapple.
Today the team put up its signage in Rose Avenue's new mixed-use monstrosity.
UK's green grocer turns its troubled eyes on Lincoln and Washington.
The company plans to release its "June Gloom" Belgian witbier this May.
Live bands and food artisans will rock Abbot-Kinney each month.
Rare beers being poured include Stone's Mixtape and dry-hopped Arrogant Bastard.
The Cafe Pinot chef is changing locations, price points, and menus for his underground dinner party that sees lots of fish topped with, and on top of, things.
Oysters find their way onto everything from Angus tartare to a wagyu short rib pot pie.