The old Ace Trophy Company is being split up to accommodate a new "farm-to-table" concept.
The Los Angeles Magazine critic calls Elia Aboumrad's French restaurant on the Sunset Strip "seductive."
The driver hit a cyclist and injured two customers.
Matthew Dickson's healthy, organic menus target Lululemon-heads and SoulCyclists.
Fran Camaj may have to dig up fourteen parking spaces if he doesn't want a repeat of his squabbles with the neighbors.
One of the two chef-owners used to oversee Inka Deli before its demise.
After Jeremy Fox fled, the restaurant got back on its feet with Tasting Kitchen chef Jesse Barber.
The market space is cited for violations on a street where appearances really matter.
Dishes include banana-dulce de leche trifle and uni with lapsang souchong gelee.
Jesse Barber is the venture's new ace-in-the-hole, following the exit of Jeremy Fox.
The pop-up is converting into a wine bar with a bakery and bistro appetizers.
The menu remains the same as the Santa Monica original, but in a breezier, more open room.
Former Umami Burger chef Adam Bussell will also be back at the restaurant for the occasion.
Blake Mycoskie extends his "What the World Needs Now" philosophy to a new flagship for locals.
FEED Hopes to Attract Venice With a Health Conscious Menu Paired With Great Cocktails
Jesse Barber, Previous of Tasting Kitchen Venice, Finds a New job at Barnyard
Evan Funke and Nutella Both Have Food Trucks in Los Angeles, but Not Together.
David Reiss Opening Little Fork in Hollywood, Seafood-Driven Abbot Kinney Project With New York's Greg Daniels
Daniels was formerly the executive sous at Manhattan's Perry Street.