Treat will not close for goo.
Revamps and Reopenings: Jeffrey’s, Morini, Carteles, Gallery Bar, Ryan Maguire’s, Columbine, Hideaway, and More
The Carteles space will become a “bitters tasting room,” Michael White may expand next door, and more.
What the "new Acme with a lighter menu" will look like.
"We are not closing for good," says Bob Pollock.
Bite Cafe is looking to officially start the diner scene.
Tenacity and patience prove intelligent as there's a whole lot of dough to be made on this stretch of Downtown.
Ruby's, Paul's Daughter, Beer Island, Cha Cha's, etc. will come back for an encore.
Chef-Owner Mourad Lahlou inked a deal to take the 500 Jackson space.
Tres has a larger bar, and an even larger tequila "book" than before.
San Francisco's hippie-dippy, "cult" classic opens its first L.A. store.
Brent Bolthouse's new restaurant venture is now open in West Hollywood.
The Benihana heir and celebrity DJ will reopen the space in the summer, while currently running it as a pop-up.
The coffee shop tweets, "Sorry guys!!! WE MESSED UP!!"
Also, Rose Pistola has reopened.
The immediate future of Coney Island is bright.
The renovations mostly had to do with making a window behind the bar so bartenders could serve people directly outdoors.
The new owners hope to complete renovations by the time the bar turns 40, in May.