The Hollywood haunt for lovers of big breakfasts will surely ensnare Sin City's hungover legions.
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Umami Burger may come along for the ride, too.
The statewide ban comes in an era when L.A. chefs are getting ever more playful with the delicacy's versatility.
The company's international arm plans brands like The Hyde and Bazaar in China, Europe, and Africa.
The restaurant offers a pricey $28 road trip lunch in time for the music festival.
Chefs are falling hard for the international staple.
"I don't particularly like fries, which makes me a freak. I'm not grossed out by them, I just don't appreciate them the other way people do."
The hospitality entrepreneur claims the restaurant makes $13.5 million every year.
Jason Ryczek will oversee the menu of Californian-Mediterranean eats.
The only certainty is that L.A. soon won't be the only one.
Citing economic pessimism, diners stayed home this summer.
Don't be surprised if Jose Andres' spherified olives make an appearance.
With great food and a committed sense of duty from the chefs, Taste of the Nation made for one of L.A.'s best tasting events of the year.
Meanwhile, Jonathan Gold takes us behind the music at Cochon 555.
Tim Goodell brought pork-fat ice cream, Lindy and Grundy held a butchering demo, and no belly left unstuffed.
Chefs from Jar, The Bazaar, Mozza, Palate, and Ford's will each compete by cooking a 175-pound heritage hog.
We pick twelve of the most in-demand menus for dineLA's Restaurant Week.
Could a contentious past be beneath the Spanish chef's sensitivities?
Meanwhile, The Washington Post has little success finding celebrity diners in L.A.