Christophe Happillon starts a weekly stint at Downtown's popular bistro.
A look at the new and notable in eating in L.A.'s beach-towns, from Malibu to South Bay.
They're sustainable, delicious, and, as far as we know, impervious to pain.
A champion shucker emerges from the fray
What to do this weekend
A mollusk throwdown at the Sansom Street seafoodery
Hopes ride high on Craig Weiss' venture on Abbot-Kinney.
Chef Christophe Happillon will act as seafood sommelier every Thursday evening.
Phillip Foss delivers a fully slurpable Valentine's Day recipe, double entendre intended.
Two accomplished athletes sue food vendors.
Plus: Nestle pulls out from Zimbabwe, and the founder of Bennigan's dies, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Nate Appleman needs wood, and Katie and Giada have a girls' night, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: boom time for oysters, and a dinner emergency, all in our morning news roundup.
In the capital of locavorism, we import almost all our seafood.
• Peet's Coffee won't "enhance" its bid to buy L.A.'s Diedrich Coffee Inc., leaving the way open for Green Mountain to make the purchase. [SF Chronicle] • Michael Bauer thinks restaurants would do well to respond to critical e-mails from...
Tom Colicchio feeds his newborn and Tiger Woods has a favorite breakfast restaurant.
Plus: oysters take a cue from wine, and KitKat goes fair trade, all in our morning news roundup.