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West Hollywood

  1. Openings
    What To Eat At Petty Cash Taqueria, Open Tonight On BeverlyHow does a gourmet taqueria fit into a town used to paying one to two dollars for their favorite food?
  2. Lawsuits
    Micky’s Sued In West Hollywood Over Lewd ConductAmong the allegations are a penis ring toss game, public masturbation, and drinking shots out of strippers’ butt cracks.
  3. Imports
    Does Coney Dog’s Sale Really Say Anything About L.A.’s Appetite?Owner Mike Binder thinks Angelenos have no room for a chili dog.
  4. Openings
    IDG’s Chi-Lin Opens Today Next To RivaBellaThis is for anyone interested in high-priced Chinese nightclub food who can’t wait for Hakkasan to show up.
  5. Taco Town
    Walter Manzke And Tacos Kokopelli Handling Petty CashExpect pig ear nachos, pork ceviche, and cricket tacos at West Hollywood’s collaborative new taqueria.
  6. Guest Stars
    Le Pigeon’s Gabriel Rucker Cooking At Bar Marmont, May 30 and 31The two-time James Beard Award winner’s appearance will begin a new series pairing great U.S. chefs with Carolynn Spence.
  7. Nightlife
    WeHo To Ferry Drunks Across Santa Monica Blvd. In A New ‘Entertainment Bus’The real challenge will be finding a brave driver to put up with Angelenos unwilling to go straight home at last call.
  8. Sam’s Club
    Abbey Owner David Cooley’s New Restaurant Plans Get Boystown GabbingThe owner may ease concerns by announcing his plans to “add something new and exciting to the heart of Boystown.”
  9. Closings
    Legendary Palms Bar Gets Licked in West HollywoodOwners are looking to relocate.
  10. Burger Time
    Israel’s Burgerim Brings Mini-Burgers To W. HollywoodThe tiny kosher sandwiches, available in lamb, beef, and ahi, have a span of just three inches.
  11. Art Bites
    Modern Art-Inspired Desserts Coming To West Hollywood, Saturday at Craft inCaitlin Freeman’s cakes bear the brush of Kahlo, Matisse, and Mondrian.
  12. Beer Me
    Angel City’s Heritage Festival and Vegan Beer Fest Both Brewing on May 4thWith the discount for designated drivers, you can technically do ‘em both.
  13. Foodies With Benefits
    Rock & Reilly’s Rallies For Boston TonightDonations will go to The One Fund Boston, aiding victims of the terror attack.
  14. Menus
    House of Blues Preparing Five-Dollar Shakes and Big Kahuna Burgers onThe tongue-in-cheek dishes are meant to go with a live performance of soundtrack hits by “For The Record.”
  15. Lawsuits
    The Abbey Sued Over Allegations of Sexual AssaultTwo women claim to have been drugged and raped by staff members at “The World’s Best Gay Bar” in 2011.
  16. Oeno-File
    Salt’s Cure and Heirloom L.A. Both Begin Tuesday Wine TastingsFor everyone who wonders what to pair with lasagna cupcakes.
  17. Premium Pork
    RivaBella Featuring a Night of Mangalitsa Pork DishesGino Angelini will make different recipes from a single prized hog while supplies last.
  18. Foodies With Benefits
    The Abbey Revives Its Chick-For-Gay Sandwich This WeekAll to celebrate the fight against Prop 8 in the Supreme Court this week.
  19. Closings
    Eva Ends Three-Year Run on BeverlyChef-owner Mark Gold is about to spring a new concept on Manhattan Beach.
  20. Guest Stars
    Pok Pok Celebrating Songkran at Night + MarketA very small number of tickets are being given to the public.
  21. Imports
    Barton G. Opening in L.A. This JuneThe restaurant already has its menu of tired references set for the new location.
  22. Coming Soon
    State Social House Breaking Onto The Sunset StripThe restaurant rolls a dining room, piano bar, and smoking room into the former Red Rock and Isla Cantina.
  23. Guest Stars
    Graham Elliot Cooking at Son of a Gun, April 8 and 9The chef will prepare a five-course dinner with Cali wines.
  24. Openings
    Pingtung Brings Taiwanese Market-Cafe To Melrose; Praha Puts Redondo Beach inThe new cafe and bar comes from former New York restaurant owner Li Ping.
  25. Openings
    What to Eat at Goldie’s, Now Open on Third StreetNick Mather’s follow-up to Eveleigh features a short, simple menu of farm-and-ranch labeled dishes with hand-crafted touches.
  26. Juice: How Far Will You Go To Get It?
    The Churchill Squeezes The Juice TrendBruce Kalman is preparing a juice-pairing dinner to celebrate the opening of a Clover location in his West Hollywood restaurant.
  27. Nightlife
    When The Music’s Over: Key Club Closing on SunsetThe fifteen-year-old live rock venue will shutter with a final blast on March 15.
  28. Closings
    John Sedlar Closing Playa This WednesdayFortunately, the chef and partner Bill Chait will bring a new concept to the space.
  29. Coming Soon
    IDG Bringing Cecile Tang’s Chi-Lin Next Door to RivaBellaTang is the successful Hong Kong filmmaker behind the Beverly Hills restaurant Joss.
  30. Openings
    A Look Into Don’t Tell Mama, Opening Tomorrow in West HollywoodThe opening will find some of New York’s performers here while an L.A. cast gets assembled.
  31. Let’s Do Lunch
    What’s For Lunch at A.O.C., Starting TodayLunch-only dishes include focaccia sandwiches and grilled market fish with feta yogurt.
  32. Guest Stars
    Tuscan Chef Antonio Guida Cooking at Tower Bar, March 8-14The Michelin-starred chef’s four-course menu will cost the curious a whopping $135.
  33. The Other Critics
    Patric Kuh Praises Gorge in West Hollywood; Gold Soaks In Venice’s HostariaThe Los Angeles Magazine critic calls Elia Aboumrad’s French restaurant on the Sunset Strip “seductive.”
  34. Reopenings
    A.O.C. Reopening This Wednesday On West Hollywood’s Third StreetNew additions include family-style plates, seasonal cocktails, and a garden of edible plants and herbs.
  35. Temporary Closings
    Faux Pas Steps Into a ShutterThe restaurant closes to restructure its menu and concept.
  36. Guest Stars
    Cheech Marin and John Sedlar Planning ‘Joint’ Dinner, Tuesday in West Hollywood,Looks like the comedian has a new partner for making pot jokes.
  37. Imports
    300 Hopefuls Line Up To Audition at Don’t Tell MamaThis morning’s open-call for waiter and bartender jobs was conducted with all the ceremony of an episode of So You Think You Can Dance?
  38. Reopenings
    The Hudson Reopens Tomorrow With New Look, Food, and DrinksThe West Hollywood destination now features Stumptown coffee and new cocktails by Mia Sarazen.
  39. Openings
    Check Out Gino Angelini’s Menus at RivaBella, Open Tonight in West HollywoodWill the authentic, intimate cooking of this Emilia-Romagna’s master-chef translate to a West Hollywood mega-restaurant?
  40. Openings
    Shoop’s European Deli Opens West Hollywood LocationThe Westside destination for smoked salmon BLTs and The Clevelander now has a bigger home with a heated patio.
  41. Endangered
    Irv’s Burgers May Be Fighting For Its Life…AgainIn what may be yet another case of a greedy landlord or an overly-ambitious neighbor, the historic burger stand is being threatened with a raised rent.
  42. Temporary Closings
    The Hudson Closing For Three-Week Renovation, December 23The three-year-old restaurant is expanding its kitchen and reversing some of its wear-and-tear.
  43. Celebrity Settings
    Katt Williams Causes Trouble at Subway While Suge Knight Gets a ManicureReassuringly, the comedian was given back his .45 pistol and drugs.
  44. Menus
    John Sedlar Launches Mexi-China Menu at PlayaDishes include Mao’s maize cakes and pork pibil potstickers.
  45. Foodies With Benefits
    The Hudson Pops Tops For ‘Toys For Tots’It’s like Secret Santa, with booze!
  46. Leftovers
    Corner Door Starts ‘From Cali Soil’ Menu; Berlin Currywurst Hollywood OpensKCET Walks Down the Other Kosher Corridor While Thinking About Susan Feniger’s Latkes.
  47. Look Who’s Popping Up
    Chef Walter el Nagar Pops-Up With Barbershop Ristorante Italiano, at Il CovoThe chef’s credits include positions at Il Grano and La Botte.
  48. Openings
    Gaucho Chicken Cafe Opens in West HollywoodAdolfo Suaya dips into rotisserie chicken and restrained calorie-counts.
  49. RivaBella
    RivaBella Bringing Gino Angelini To West Hollywood, Opening This WinterSome of the chef’s staples will be served with traditional pizza and pasta in an 8,000-square-foot space.
  50. The Other Critics
    Brad A. Johnson Hammers Laurel Hardware; Rodell Reveals No Surprises at NobuThe Time Out critic calls the West Hollywood hottie “lazy” and the pizza “gummy.”
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