Through specialty drinks and dishes, each business will donate a portion of sales to One Fund Boston.
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Chef-driven concepts are increasingly being attracted to less traditional neighborhoods, filling in the dead zones.
"Last year, we had dinner around the same time and no one recognized us. This time, at least five different groups walked up to say how much they loved the show."
Over 20 restaurants, including Middle Eastern and Sushi spots, will come up with special recipes of their own.
The chef scores with a bourbon chocolate float with pig candy and Eagle Rock's Solidarity brew.
The French chef will bring a taste of French-Cali nouvelle cuisine to the Downtown bistro.
L.A. Weekly doubles down on Korean food, while L.A. Times approves of the work being done by Harutaka Kishi.
The chef puts less stress on animal parts for a seasonal selection of shareable small plates, pastas, and meatier mains.
The Bistro LQ chef does double duty while the new Greek finds itself with a revolt over payroll.
A Pasadena wine director goes his own way.
Two coffee shops open in L.A. while a Hollywood lounge violates an alcohol law.
BIN 8945's former owner is out to pimp Vertical Wine Bar.