Owner Claudia Kihui tells Grub Street, "I will not give up on my cooking, I am giving up on the location."
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The Italian pop-up will serve dinner out of La Petite Creperie.
The former Pinot Bistro chef promises green tomato gazpacho with yellow pepper sorbet in his month-long run in Culver City.
Until ink.sack offers nan upgrade the small sandwich basically just tastes like what it looks like.
The West L.A. Thai is completely ridding the space of Gallegos ghosts through an interior overhaul.
The food court stand offers two dishes, an original tempura-topped rice bowl and one with Tokyo eel.
The new restaurant's look gives the mall a touch of class and contemporary design to savor.
The business makes one item, tendon bowls cooked to order.
The upside is there could be a future project for the family.
Peruvian chicken and Oaxacan specials now sit side-by-side on Venice Boulevard.
An eight-day ramen test kitchen pops up in the Mitsuwa food court.
It's sort of a response to Restaurant Week, which the restaurant isn't participating in this year.
The nutritional supplements are found to be potentially damaging in older women who are not nutrient deficient.
The uninspired rice bowl restaurant occupied a space other Mitsuwa employees call "cursed."
The sandwich shop flirts with a little payola.
The Mar Vista sandwich shop has a new menu planned, with fresh pasta made in-house.
The Japanese crepe empire will only be here for eleven days before heading east.
District 13 is planned in Soi 56's place, while the Tony's Darts Away owner has yet another sudsy project up his sleeves.
Gold leaf and champagne help boost the price of Andy Bates' ultra-luxe Middle Eastern offering.