Also, we have the menu.
They're now open for lunch, Thursday to Saturday, and Saturday for dinner starting December 8.
They've been open over a month, in the former Hyde Street Bistro, but now they're ready for their close-up.
It's the first time the place has served a non-sweet pie, despite being called Pig & Pie.
There are still 20 to 30 seats available for the seven-course super-chef collaboration.
He moves over from Quince and Cotogna.
Six chefs will prepare dishes using organs and other often overlooked parts.
'Nice job. What did you get through, 18? I think we have 29 or 30 tonight.'
The Jardiniere dinner is a pretty good deal with three courses plus pairings for $49.
The evening kicks off the Venice restaurant's guest-chef series.
One seeks a more California feel, the other to become The Westside's premiere seafood destination.
The owners say that they've been testing the waters since opening back in May.
It was a military prison back then, and this was a dinner for officers.
It's the chef's first full-blown menu since returning from his Jamaican sabbatical.
Downtown sizable L.A.'s new Italian wants to be known for chef Ori Menashe's house-cured salumi, wood-roasted Neapolitan, and hand-made pasta.
Still, he has a few complaints.
Morning mash-ups of Peruvian and North American flavors.
Going forward the menus will change as ingredients come in and out of season.
It's in the former Trader Vic's.