Lock up your daughters and wives, Los Angeles!
Showing 1-20 of 30 posts
- < Prev
- Next >
The former Michael Mina restaurant is now some sort of Hollywood party being held at The Colony.
The L.A. Weekly critic calls it, "the most ambitious Chinese restaurant to open in Los Angeles in a decade — maybe ever..."
The chef's L.A. outpost struggled with concepts and failed to attract serious diners.
"No one deserves to be treated like that. Restaurants should affirm our humanity, not deny it," tweets chef Daniel Patterson.
Forget Red O. L.A. has an even better depot for celeb-spotting.
The short-lived Bastide chef expresses his own personal vision in Point Dume, while L.A. Weekly drops five great tacos on readers.
Despite the growing hype, the chef is more concerned with feeding his hard-working peers.
The former XIV chef must have learned a lesson on Sunset, as he's going casual and comfortable for a new venture.
The restaurant has had notable trouble getting a concept to stick.
A new champagne concoction seeks those bottle-service, "Drop it like it's Hot"-driven dollars.
Having struggled with its culinary concept for over a year, the restaurant finally simplifies.
While Britain weeps, two players have a ball and Sam Kass helps lead the charge on healthy food initiatives.
Actress Kritin Cavallari is alleged to have caught his "New York girlfriend" in his L.A. home.
The XIV chef will make beignets.
A pastry chef takes home "Best Dish" honors for the first time.
Leave The Ivy and Mr. Chow in The Eighties, this is where the stars really come to eat.
SBE unleashes its next Hollywood nightclub.
Changes to the menu and interiors at a Malibu institution will come with help from Sam Nazarian.
A casual bistro is set to open under Clint Clausen.