In a burger of pig candy and wagyu, Ernesto Uchimura, saturates every bite with husky hedonism.
With Nina's, Plan Check, Nong La, and this new entry opening, the flavor profile is changing on Japanese-heavy Sawtelle.
Finally, Steve Livigni and Pablo Moix hit Little Osaka.
After a solid seven-year run, Eric Nakamura's cafe might be replaced by a tsukemen ramen shop.
Dishes include double-smoked, double-spiced pastrami on upside-down burger buns.
The West L.A. bar and restaurant has late-night dining written all over it, now it has a menu to back it up.
The restaurant looks to be placing as much emphasis on the bar as it is on Ernesto Uchimura's menu.
Freddy Smalls serves a pig ear, bacon, and egg sandwich on its late-night menu.
The chef's rabid following will trek to West L.A. for a 25-day reign of the ever popular pop-up.
The well-known principles here are all flexing different muscles for this enviable neighborhood venture.
The neighborhood gets its first peek at former Ubuntu chef Jeremy Fox's SoCal menu tonight.
The Japanese and Chinese all-you-can-eat everything restaurant comes gunning for Westside waistlines.
The Counter's founder snags two NorCal chefs for his casual watering hole.
Yes, the much ballyhooed ramen is finally here. Well, at least for three hours a day.
So far the changes appear more cosmetic than drastic.
If there's any Westside restaurant in bad need of a twin, it's this crowded spot.
The all-you-can-eat seafood buffet is about to be revealed in a more central L.A. location.
By the time the kitchen debuts its famous "artisan noodles," we worry Ramen Jinya will have the spotlight on Sawtelle.
Proving too popular for just one space, the discount sushi place doubles down on Sawtelle.