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Regional Italian food, but also a cheeky PB&J dessert, just an hour and fifteen minutes outside of Venice.
Chef Jason Freeher is overseeing gussied up comfort food like meatloaf and bangers and mash.
The Harvard & Stone owners have new projects planned in Venice and Santa Monica.
The street performer who joked that he tried to drink Napa Valley into a desert was actually sober for the last thirteen years.
Paul Hibler's bakery will take space on Lincoln and may include home delivery.
While Kristy Choo reopens, Kreation and BluePrint plan to battle it out in Venice for juice-head dollars.
Trucks over six feet tall are being pushed away from the street's intersections.
The festival bread and bacalao brandade have been replaced by jerk chicken and bottomless Bloody Marys.
The restaurant listens to its customers, building on its evening selection with new entrees.
Jason Neroni is offering his house-made pastas, along with sandwiches and plant-based small plates.
Prepare for more pork belly as Taste on Melrose chef Paul Mojica is leading the Southern-slanted kitchen here.
The new restaurant will have more dishes, wine and beer, and outside seating.
The Southern restaurant brings a slice of Post & Beam to the Westside.
Govind Armstrong and Brad Johnson are bringing a slice of The South to Venice.
Up until today, we were never really feeling the German sense of humor.
The new barbecue joint will sell pork belly and fried pickles to the changing face of Abbot Kinney.
The so-called "coolest street in America" may be losing the same places that made it cool.
Rose Lawrence's left-leaning organic bakery will take over a Campo's on Washington.
The chef is making ramen for a main course.