Culinary innovation comes from all corners of L.A.
Watch the famous Border Grill and Street chef on television while eating her food.
Newsweek compares L.A.'s curbside dining trend with Susan Feniger's street-inspired restaurant.
Nobu chef Alex Becker will man a food truck to benefit St. Vincent's.
The Ciudad and Border Grill chef guest DJs on KCRW.
A new Australian ale is 41% alcohol and British chefs urge eating an inhumane dish as humanely as possible.
Not a single Bay Area chef numbers among the 22 new and returning chef-testants.
Donation drop-boxes, special menus, and a DJ party are on offer from Pasadena to Santa Monica.
The Border Grill chef on the one dish she serves that you don't want to eat.
A Pasadena Whole Foods location feels overrun by the filming of Top Chef Masters.
We're giving away two free tickets to Great Chefs of Los Angeles to one lucky winner.
National chefs are noted for their pledge to sustainable seafood.
The famous "Too Hot Tamales" cook live this weekend in Downtown L.A.
Border Grill is going heavy on margaritas for a special dinner.
Susan Feniger is making treats for an Emmy after-party and a Hawthorne restaurant has been damaged by joyriding teens.
Susan Feniger shares her favorite L.A. street food.
Virbila takes a shine to Stefan's at L.A. Farm, while J. Gold reviews Susan Feniger's first solo restaurant.
Ciudad is bringing tacos back for Downtown's happier hours.
Two Rodeo will look even more European at this Saturday's food and wine event.