Starting tonight and recurring every Tuesday.
One Nick Erven is hand-picked by the departing chef as his replacement.
The L.A. Times critic eats the Chinese city's signature re gan mian and gets a dose of bullfrog stew.
The camp-themed restaurant is more of a neighborhood scream than a destination.
Los Feliz finally has the perfect place to wear all those ubiquitous flannel shirts.
The restaurant marks the return of veteran Keith Silverton, cooking a mix of U.S. comfort food with a locavore twist.
Guests will get an early taste of MessHall, Republique, and Connie and Ted's, possibly along with some verboten liver.
The menu combines traditional techniques with country comfort, as in a brandade of gold potatoes with soft egg.