A former Poquito Mas owner opens his own fast-casual Mexican restaurant.
Conventional cantina fare is on offer at River North's newest taco location.
Blaming the bad economy and not its vegan options, a Mexican Cafe plans its last supper.
L.A. Times names it picks at City Center and The Weekly looks at Papa Rich.
An MIA chef returns on a different side of town.
Chichen Itza helps turn Mercado de Paloma into a fine-dining destination.
The restaurant is bringing its 87-year old recipes to South Park.
These dishes won't be found anywhere else in Southern California.
L.A. Weekly overlooks flaws at a failed food event and L.A. Times boosts Downtown's latest hot spot.
The chain thinks New York can support fifteen locations, and it has already planned its first.
Martha Rose Shulman and Clifford A. Wright announce a spring schedule.
Immigrant communities and dedicated diners top the critic's list.
Red O will feature a tequila selection and seasonal menus form the Chicago celeb chef.
Tacos, asada, and shrimp plates will be added as well as a new kitchen.
Further details on Rick Bayless' role at a planned Los Angeles chain, Red Onion, have emerged, confirming his collaboration with the restaurant venture capitalists behind Ma'Kai. Dashing our worst fears, Squid Ink reports that we will indeed have a menu...
Tired stereotypes and well-trodden paths are thrown aside for real discoveries.
Healthy Mexican food come could to the airport, while Korean BBQ will have a new home Downtown.
A fancy new look is planned in Palms, too.