Jason Ha opens an all-you-can-eat joint and a food truck parks it.
Owner Onil Chibás smartly breaks drinks down into ingredient categories.
A Pasadena wine director goes his own way.
Two coffee shops open in L.A. while a Hollywood lounge violates an alcohol law.
A sitcom star could land in court for upsetting a toque and a celebrity chef may be over-thinking his child's name.
L.A. Times names it picks at City Center and The Weekly looks at Papa Rich.
A traditional Indian restaurant will become a "Modern Indian Bistro."
Eat: L.A. ensures a safe haven for a popular food truck.
The New York Times' restaurant critic challenges his peers' take on Los Angeles eating.
Belgian beer and French dining come together in The San Gabriel Valley.
The gourmet coffee chain will launch a third location.
Iceman Michel Dozois debuts a floating mixology bar event.
Slow-cooking and Cali-wines will dominate Job Carder's new restaurant.
A former manager of Il Fornaio and Sunset Malibu brings Pasadena a casual concept.
Lovers of pinot and Italian grapes have a lot to be happy for this week.
A different approach to seasonal ingredients has arrived at the Pasadena Playhouse.
Donation drop-boxes, special menus, and a DJ party are on offer from Pasadena to Santa Monica.
A celebrity confrontation is avoided amiably despite tricky parking at a Beverly Hills restaurant.
A Manzanita chef is coming with slow-cooking and NorCal recipes.
A Cuban restaurant traces its foundation to a movie star.