Jason Neroni's inventive pastas and salumi might just be the best thing about the block's sudden conversion from sleepy surf town street to the "next Abbot Kinney."
"I've never really been into salads. I grew up on fast food, but I'm 36 now, and it doesn't make me feel so good anymore."
Unfortunately, from the dishes we tasted, garlic played more of a supporting role than point guard.
The Abbot Kinney veteran insists the closure is "not a sad thing," while we know where salvation for everyday French food is to be found.
Adam Gertler is hosting a VIP reception and the owners of Hal's are the event's chairs.
Kristy Choo will seek another space for her macaron Mecca.
Chef Ryan Fowler is preparing Provencal cuisine with local product, with dishes priced at twelve dollars or under.
Currently, one Benadicto Gelll is in the house preparing pink scallop crudo.
With a new modern look at one-third of the size, AK alkies are breathing a pungent sigh of relief.
Just a little more than a month after opening, chef Kevin Kathman is stopping service until he can get a contract.
The business promises "the highest count of...live cultures" in its low-cal fro-yo.
After a rumor of a new restaurant sparks on Pinterest, the chef says it's just a plan on paper for now.
The Daniel and Waverly Place veteran recently left Gotham to cook at Alona Hamilton-Cooke's pop-up.
The new retail location serves fresh, daily-baked bread and pastries, plus a limited menu of sandwiches and salads.
The co-owner also explains that he'd do another restaurant with M.B. Post's David LeFevre whenever the chef is ready.
The organic restaurant project bears a graffiti art homage to Dennis Hopper.
The former Ubuntu chef promises "peasant cuisine," which will probably be sold to rich people.
Jason Neroni hints at a Thursday evening opening in Venice.
The outside patio has a swimming pool feel, while the inside takes its odes to Venice culture tastefully.