The L.A. Weekly critic feels the T.V. chef is ruining everything Julia Child worked for.
Food Network Chef Pleads Guilty to Solicitation of Murder; Duarte El Pollo Loco Robbed By Thief in Obama Mask
Juan Carlos Cruz faces nine years in prison, while this location of the chicken chain experiences its fourth robbery, this time with a Point Break-style twist.
The Pasadena Cheese Store opens with rare fromage and inspiration from Norbert Wabnig.
A collaboration with Eagle Rock brewery using Intelligentsia's coffee will also debut tonight.
This should be enough to tide Pasadena over before The Royce arrives later this month.
Onil Chibas offers his locavore take on classic mid-morning cocktails and breakfast staples.
If you've missed the chef at Red O, you can catch him in the furniture department.
Find traditional sides alongside haricot vert fries and bacon-wrapped rice cakes.
The Patina and Lutece vet will cook light California fare.
Remy Gonzalez is being held on $300,000 bail for an alleged sexual assault, while a group of fake Norse invaders might be eying your table.
To celebrate its birthday, the Japanese chain is cutting prices and sponsoring a new non-profit.
The Houstons chain scores three stars, while L.A. Weekly navigates an untranslated menu.
Esquire's critic sounds off on reservation lines and greasy palms, while a court case will revolve around a disturbing discovery at a chain restaurant.
Heirloom L.A. chef Matthew Poley is in charge of an ambitious new dining program.
The event will be limited to a smaller crowd with more eating options.
The cottage-side restaurant seeks to improve on its awarded wine program with trendy cocktails.
Sample 100 tequilas from the Room Group or sip a "Bynamite" at Staples Center.
An eating contest will test the dumpling obsessed?
Downtown's modern Mexican might come west while Travis Lett is rumored to be considering a new direction.
Bricia and Fernando Lopez score with their sandwiches and Onil Chibas pleases Irene in Pasadena.