The restaurants will not shut down while the new operator comes onboard.
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In the old Nuela space, a retooled South American joint.
See the food and the menus.
Meanwhile, a rep at Richard Sandoval's places says the axe is far from falling on the mall's eateries.
The restaurant will add the likes of lomo saltado and ceviche to its menu, suspiciously just days after the cooking is declared "the next big thing."
Eighteen thousand square feet, baby!
The Zengo restaurateur has been tapped to do food and beverage at Times Square's forthcoming Yotel.
The diminutive pizza place has caused a sensation in New York, let's just hope it translates better than Cafe Habana and Richard Sandoval.
It's not exactly a 74-foot pine at Rockefeller Center, but it will be warmer.
L.A. Weekly finds Puck's luxury sky-scraping restaurant hit or miss, while L.A. Times is content with The Redbury's trendy Hollywood scene.
Richard Sandoval's Asian-Mexican mash-up introduces two new menus.
Superior to Sandoval's Santa Monica Place infusions, the focus is sustainable seafood topped with Asian and Mexican-influenced micro ingredients.
Celebrity chefs include locals like CJ Jacobson and Shannon Swindle.
If recent coverage has you thirsting for mezcal, La sandia's chile pepin salt-rimmed cocktail is a nice place to start.
Elsewhere, S. Irene Virbila and L.A. mag both lose it over Waterloo & City's shepard's pie.
Richard Sandoval's Latin-Asian fusion fits perfectly into L.A.'s growing fusion trend.
Don't be completely surprised if Wolfgang Puck's next restaurant is a simple taqueria.
With six new chef-driven restaurants and a load of rooftop dining options, the unveiling should be a game changer for the area.
A huge number of new dining options will be simultaneously sprung on the city next week.