The chain will roll out 199 more restaurants in the U.S. in an attempt to be the "McDonalds of Korean food."
The Umami shogun will open a funky new place in Westwood where the pizza cooks in 45 seconds
Trans-Atlantic African cuisine is delivered from a former nightlife promoter and L.A. loses a Japanese stalwart and one link in a Brazilian chain.
Heart-healthy, lunch-friendly restaurants like this are suddenly flooding the neighborhood.
Joseph Gillard announces his candidacy for the neighborhood council.
Classic sandwiches with carefully sourced ingredients make for a new a fast option in Westwood.
Venice activists rejoice that a fro-yo chain is departing, while a new contender enters the icy arena.
Jason Ha opens an all-you-can-eat joint and a food truck parks it.
A fifth location is coming, though overdue, in college country.
Five years at UCLA showed Dos Caminos' chef the limits of L.A.'s Mexican cuisine.
Lunch service follows in a few weeks.
Cocktails and comfort eats are planned near U.C.L.A.
A Japanese restaurant closes, with worthy options still nearby.
Chef Joseph Gilliard fires a shot in the local food movement's revolution.
Simon Dolinky offers a deal to chase Restaurant Week.
Imagination pushes comfort foods bounds at a new West L.A. eatery.
A Korean chain expands to the U.S. in Westwood.
Blvd 16 joins L.A.'s Wonderland trend with a one-night dinner.
What's new and notable in U.C.L.A. area dining.
Provecho's co-owner once spent 100 hours drafting a plan for a UCLA restaurant.