Kris Yenbamroong says, "It's the only civilized thing to do."
Two new deals at West Hollywood Europeans take their names from the days of the week.
The optimistic place goes heavy on the touchy-feely stuff on its menus, walls, and plates.
With the purchase of any other sandwich, as Michael Voltaggio's place celebrates one year.
100% of all proceeds go to an organization that fights against Prop. 8.
Vic Casanova's tiny new restaurant is a stand-out among the recent flood of Italians.
Better chicken, without the bitter taste of hate and persecution.
Chef Lauren Cartmel is embracing the season with a heavy use of tomatoes.
The "dessert salon" is famous for its 20-layer mille crepe.
Celestino Drago's more casual offshoot is now serving on The Sunset Strip.
Where to get free absinthe, discount drinks, and Alsatian beer this weekend.
The restaurant finds the return of Mario Alberto, the chef who rocked Downtown at Chimu.
Lauren Cartmel, the former chef de cuisine at Polo Lounge, is cooking simple, farm-to-table Cali cuisine.
The mid-week Fourth of July holiday has thrown the chicken chain's best laid plans off-course.
The venue repeatedly stayed open later than allowed, drawing heat from licensing authorities.
The daily two-hour deals are accompanied by a menu of Southern barbecue dishes by Michael Bryant.
This will be the ninth location of the Armenian chicken chain.
The new restaurant takes over the flagship of Cobras & Matadors with a slightly tweaked menu.
The chef's appointment marks promising news for anyone who misses Drago's eponymous flagship.
Paul Sevingy and Armin Amiri say they left the hotel over too many leaks to the press about its celebrity clientele.