Break out your Izods and jelly bracelets!
The owner of Scoops says he's "pretty disappointed that Chego is closing," but still sees many strengths in the neighborhood.
Okay, we haven't exactly seen every one in the Japanese cream puff chain, but still.
Replacing Tony Maroni's Pizza, New Yorkers will fortunately still have something to complain about.
The new sports bar and pub skips the pig's feet poutine for a smarter selection of sliders and pizza.
The virtuoso kaiseki chef is holding a series to raise funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
The shutter marks a poignant footnote to the tragic story of slain founder Monica Beresford-Redman.
Not exactly the ideal booby prize for anyone still hoping for Mitla's opening, but better than another 7-11.
Roy Choi now has a noodle dish for vegetarians and shaved ice.
Puck's place looks rather austere in comparison to its old Mediterranean digs.
The restaurants are still sending out tweets and deals, though, confusing their fans.
The partners in this all-you-can-eat barbecue joint have parted ways.
The critic notes that kaiseki influences are a growing antidote to our over-saturated gastro-pub scene.
The restaurant is still rehabbing, while this could be the chance to try less-frequented Irish bars in Palms and Van Nuys.
Could the parched neighborhood finally get an adequate drinking den of its own?
The owner's brother takes over with a menu that goes a little beyond the usual Westside Thai offerings.
Yelp declares the place shuttered, while it might be just a quick roofing job.
Hopefully, the new name drives away some of the tragic history.
The real stunner is inside, where a mural of Joe Camel smoking a hookah is bizarre-yet-captivating.
This will be the first Los Angeles location of the pizza chain once run by Herman Cain.