A funky new nook of cow hide ottomans comes with a great late-night deal on causa and anticucho.
Ricardo Zarate follows up his mini-mall food stand with a contemporary space of reclaimed woods and natural materials in Beverly Hills.
Acclaimed chef Ricardo Zarate is bringing upscale Peruvian to Beverly Hills in a marked change of direction from his Downtown stand Mo-Chica.
It will cost a pretty penny to watch Zarate cook Kosher cuisine, but if you can afford it, this should be the hottest ticket in town next week.
Beef hearts, ceviches, and duck confit in black beer come together at Ricardo Zarate's heavily anticipated new restaurant.
The winner of America's Next Great Restaurant sets up shop in the famous tourist district.
The chef, already having a killer 2011, beats out former grilled cheese champ Eric Greenspan, among other professional peers.
Benjamin Bailly and Ricardo Zarate prepare to cook side-by-side this month.
L.A. Weekly turns an attempted April Fool's day joke into its next big review.
The Mo-Chica chef becomes the Peruvian face for the legendary soda's new ad campaign.
Ricardo Zarate busts out a greatest hits tasting menu to aid Japan.
Food and Wine releases the results of its "People's Best New Chef Award" in the Pacific region.
The rapper admits he has a weakness for junk food.
If the restaurant drew a crowd at South Central's Mercado Paloma, it should be a success neighboring SugarFish and Bottega Louie.
Aziz Ansari and Debbie Lee will join Asian-American celebrities in cooking with notable L.A. restaurants.
Mo-Chica, Good Girl Dinette, Pink's, and Chichen Itza are among the participants.
The chef also hopes to put the Mo-Chica model into Whole Foods.
The Peruvian master chef plans an elegant restaurant near L.A. Live! in Downtown.
It's time for Los Angeles to expand its coverage of eating in L.A.
The L.A. Weekly will publish a new food issue this week.