The chef opens his latest restaurant this week.
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One tequila, two tequila, three tequila, floor? Here are way more than four specials for Cinco de Mayo in LA.
A tier of donation levels ranges from "Bell Peppers" to "Habaneros."
A simple gray space pops with red chairs and cult Japanese and U.S. toys.
Owner Eric Ong explains, "We're not trying to be Umami Burger, we're not trying to be Father's Office."
The restaurant closed and there are no plans to revive.
The offer is intended to celebrate the 95th birthday of founder Rena Poulus, who still works front-of-the-house.
More than 30 different Belgian style ales will be on tap.
A carnivore's love den.
He'll be taking over the Inn at Pound Ridge.
Citing The Pacific Rim as his influence, Chef Naga turns out mash-ups of far-flung and local flavors.
Katsuo Nagasawa has a far-reaching menu of Pacific-influenced cuisine at this new outdoor restaurant and lounge.
$162,201 will go to 35 employees who made as little as $45 a day working twelve-hour shifts.
Along with the menus, Chef John Brandt-Lee will continue offering prix fixe options and other deals.
After 25 years with a Venice store, a Chinese restaurant triples its presence.
The gastro-pub is also offering a 25% discount to lure local students, school lunch reform be damned.
Lorin Krone steps up to exec chef from sous chef, bringing Puck training and a farmer's market obsession with him.
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