Will the authentic, intimate cooking of this Emilia-Romagna's master-chef translate to a West Hollywood mega-restaurant?
The Westside destination for smoked salmon BLTs and The Clevelander now has a bigger home with a heated patio.
In what may be yet another case of a greedy landlord or an overly-ambitious neighbor, the historic burger stand is being threatened with a raised rent.
The three-year-old restaurant is expanding its kitchen and reversing some of its wear-and-tear.
Reassuringly, the comedian was given back his .45 pistol and drugs.
Dishes include Mao's maize cakes and pork pibil potstickers.
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The chef's credits include positions at Il Grano and La Botte.
Adolfo Suaya dips into rotisserie chicken and restrained calorie-counts.
Some of the chef's staples will be served with traditional pizza and pasta in an 8,000-square-foot space.
The Time Out critic calls the West Hollywood hottie "lazy" and the pizza "gummy."
One seeks a more California feel, the other to become The Westside's premiere seafood destination.
Fatty's is setting up shop in the actor's old home, with cocktails of questionable names.
If you thought The Bazaar was over-the-top, you ain't seen nothing yet.
The new chef comes from Kristy's in Malibu and once worked at The Reagan Library.
Another glamorous destination falls victim to the charms of a handsome taco.
The restaurant hopes to relocate, while locked in a legal engagement with the construction zone next door.
The chef calls the new tasting menu option a dedication to his annual hunts in North Dakota.