East 1st Street’s Thai destination calls it a day.
After just four months, the controversial chef's restaurant is done.
We suggest hitting Hungry Pocket if you're still craving Mideast meat in Santa Monica.
Rubio's, the San Diego-based home of the "original Baja-style Fish Taco," has shuttered their Westfield food court location. We don't know that this is significant or anything. It is, after all, a food court. Fans can still get their Rubio's...
The Corner, which was originally slated for an early November debut, is now looking to open in the coming week.
Bruce Marder's lackluster Third Street Promenade restaurant steps aside for more retail space.
The liquor and wine shop had been struggling for a year.
Both the Richmond and Castro stores will be closed within weeks.
Southie's much-loved hot dog shanty, Sullivan's, closed for the season yesterday. It had been offering cut-rate dogs throughout November to draw the brave, the hungry, and the thrifty to chilly Castle Island. Per the Globe, the decades-old shack will reopen...
Sun Wah runs into trouble with the Chicago Department of Public Health.
Boston Restaurant Talk is reporting that Newton Centre's Pie Bakery and Cafe will shutter on Thanksgiving. (Cruel! Where will we turn when Aunt Mildred arrives with a mold-coated mince tart?) Don't despair, though. Apparently, the owners will open B Restaurant...
Farmer's Daughter is expected to open in February.
We think this is a new record for 2010. Berkeley's Locanda da Eva, opened by food scribe/ CHOWhound Robert Lauriston with the help of chef-partner Huw Thornton back in July, is closing already due to lack of business. Lauriston tells...
A chef in Hong Kong will make a meal around the prized truffle, while the Dodgers player teams up with Farmer John for a record meat donation.
Also, Sean O'Toole has left Bardessono, is headed to S.F.
Inevitable, but sad nevertheless.
The meatpacking mojito destination has taken the former Cain space.
Dragonfly, the Vietnamese restaurant with "420" in their website URL (that's their address on Judah Street, not their drug preference) has shuttered, according to Eater and a random tweet. Their phone number is out of service. [via Eater]...
The Castro location remains popular, and won't be going anywhere.