Joe Miller's tapas bar is celebrating its birthday.
Though the first restaurant isn't even open, Ludo already planning a second.
Zagat loses all its charm in 2013 LA edition
Chefs like Jordan Kahn and Giselle Wellman make the list of industry heavyweights still in their twenties.
Is Nancy Luna expecting a little too much from the irresolute guidebooks?
Of course, if you eat at The Gorbals and ink.sack, you'd already know the pleasures of this newly trendy ingredient.
The pregnant singer has a craving for spuds during fashion week.
Mezze's Micah Wexler says of Zagat," My restaurant friends and I would literally memorize the ratings and test each other...Over the last decade they've lost a lot of ground."
The man who ate L.A. might have a book and show in his future. Go figure!
Now that Wolfgang Puck has abandoned the idea, incredible rumors fly.
Though he may be the last food obsessive to finally tart a blog, the eager eater is just thirteen restaurants away from his goal.
Calorie counting at chains, cloned chocolate is coming, and more, in our daily news.
The star objects to an unannounced, if potentially tasty, visit, while Barney's and Vogue are hungry for chefs and edibles.
The guide doesn't screw up the food truck trend this year, and mostly keeps it correct.
Three more sites offering discounts set their sights on the West Coast.
Zagat stops printing a guide to Orange County while South L.A.'s ban on new fast food restaurants is predicted to be ineffective.
If your name is Henry, a new Burbank store will feed you for free, while Western brewers are using more rice in their beers.
Zagat releases a new L.A. survey, but bobbles the city's biggest trend.
A Texas fair serves a new deep-fried snack and McDonald's loses a copyright suit.