After the city denies its zoning variance, Alejandra Gold goes to the public for support.
Comme Ca turns five this month. Like a proper celeb, David Myers knows how to celebrate GOOP style. For the remainder of October, the WeHo restaurant will feature a $55 three course prix-fixe menu inclusive of a cocktail. That's not...
Cow or vegetables, Burger Lounge offers both this month.
The farmers market junkie is riffing on European staples with dishes like sweet potato gnocchi and duck confit casserole.
The restaurant is the permanent fixture of Wolf in Sheep's Clothing chefs Kris Tominaga and Brian Dunsmoor.
The Mision 19 chef plans yellow fin tuna with beef marrow.
The rotating menu includes small bites and cocktails under ten dollars.
Owner Michael Faze says the Judy Garland impersonator in question is just being difficult.
Which means a new captain may soon be taking over for Michael Bryant in the Sunset Strip institution's kitchen.
The critic declares, "nothing here is revolutionary; almost everything here is good" at Osteria Drago.
The West Hollywood audience will appreciate a kale and vegetable soup, and salads in both small and entree proportions.
The award-winning bartender is riffing on the restaurant's identity and bringing back one of her staples from Harvard & Stone.
The two talents, one of whom worked under Robuchon, the other under Guy Savoy, met ten years ago while training in Paris.
The chain may need to focus its hateful contributions to fight the NEA more than gay marriage.
It's a Labor Day party that will probably look a lot like Saint Patty's Day.
Company co-founder Lee Maen claims it is "with someone really special," but he's not saying who just yet.
Chef Laurent Saussy is offering an updated steakhouse menu with a wagyu burger with pork and tobacco onions, duck-fat fries, and lobster baked potatoes.
This is the second location Adam Borich's spicy pizza chain.
The celebrated chef, restaurant-less for the last year and a half, will cook for one night on September 7.
This is the third location of Mark Kulkis's salad-slinging empire.