This Sawtelle newcomer just might rearrange the current ramen standings in L.A.
A ceiling involves 25,000 wooden sticks in homage to Japan's Izumo-Taishi shrine.
Already we sense a vintage aesthetic and a more professional than usual outfit at play on the street.
Nina's Mexican Restaurant is under construction on the increasingly less Japanese portion of Sawtelle.
The Westwood Persian place is opening a nightclub, restaurant, and events space.
The restaurant is bracing for possible change in six months, following news of a new ownership.
The mom and pop store will leave Little Osaka, taking a sterling spread of seafood with it.
Beef hearts, ceviches, and duck confit in black beer come together at Ricardo Zarate's heavily anticipated new restaurant.
Already the coffee creations here look to be on a different level of artistry from Intelligentsia.
A blend of fresh fruit, shaved ice, and sweet ingredients marks a new entry in the frozen dessert market.
The forthcoming shop is likely an import from the Japanese chain of the same name.
Where to get inexpensive, dedicated sushi, homey Thai, and the Westside's best Vietnamese restaurant won Santa Monica Blvd.
The all you can eat sushi and Japanese cuisine buffet will come closer to its central L.A. fans.
Great cheap eats options for sushi, yakitori, Japanese curry, and groceries in West L.A.
Trader Joe's probably has nothing to fear, but Mitsuwa might not be as lucky.
The locavore biergarten promises to be the first German place with wild Alaskan salmon sausages.
Freshly baked Persian breads and standards have a new outlet in West L.A.
Naan and crispy salami find their way into this unique locavore Mexican restaurant now open in West L.A.
Three options to get your Oaxacan on west of the 405 and one stand-out chain that works like a machine.
This new hub for classic cocktails looks like a 19th-century British manor house, and will soon have the food to match.