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TiGeorges’ Chicken May Be Saved!
The owner is receiving city help to relocate or upgrade his business, instead of heading back to Haiti as planned.
TiGeorges’ Chicken Closing After Ten Years in Echo Park
Georges LaGuerre is heading back to Haiti following a devastating fire and several months of diminished profits.
Oakland Cops Cite Poor Food Storage as Occupy Alibi; Tap Water’s Having a Moment
Police in Oakland defend their actions by alleging a rat infestation.
TiGeorges’ Chicken Returns to Echo Park
George LaGuerre is back with the same menu almost a year after a fire forced him out of Echo Park.
Prince Michael Jackson Packs Food For Peru; TiGeorges Chicken Will Return
The son of the King of Pop donates his time for the hungry and Echo Park’s Haitian chicken favorite is again under construction.
The Return of TiGeorge
TiGeorges Chicken Comes To Caveman Kitchen
The chef’s restaurant is still in disrepair after a fire, but he’s not giving up.
Getting to Know You
Reveals about Tom Leykis, Dead Bodies Found at Safeway,
offers new insights into our restaurant owners and chefs.
Boulud Loves Babies; Ubuntu Chef Says He’s Just Vacationing in L.A.
London chefs disagree with a French chef over infants in restaurants and Jeremy Fox denies L.A. restaurant plans.
TiGeorges’ Chicken Damaged in Blaze, Reopening Soon
Owner George LaGuerre hopes to be back to business in a month.
Where to Dine, Wine, and Grind for Haiti
Donation drop-boxes, special menus, and a DJ party are on offer from Pasadena to Santa Monica.
Raise Funds for Haiti at TiGeorges’ Chicken Tonight
An Echo Park mainstay becomes a community center for Haitians in L.A.