The Food Buddha leaves for the Big Apple.
The President and First Lady don't care for a Slavic staple and a singer hopes her new tome will bring all the foodies to her yard.
Heirloom L.A. chef Matthew Poley is in charge of an ambitious new dining program.
This will be the fourteenth location of Silvio Ursini's Italian concept.
Jason Denton of 'ino is also involved and looking for another spot in Williamsburg.
Outdoor seating and new concretes! Yay!
More seating, a new concession stand, and a new fryer at three favorites.
The Phan empire will grow again, and right back where it started.
Q102's resident health nut Rocco Cima gears up for a Center City location.
Both the Suppenkuche team and Craig Stoll are eying a new temporary development along Octavia Boulevard.
The Vietnamese sandwich impresario plans to do Asian barbecue and tacos next.
Plus, Bar Artisanal seems to have closed.
Dishes use olive oil made by the owner's family in Sicily.
A huge number of new dining options will be simultaneously sprung on the city next week.
The options at Brentwood Country Mart are certainly improving on Reddi-Chik.
Douglas Keane is partnering with his brother and wife to (possibly) open a steakhouse in downtown Healdsburg.
The announcer signs up as spokesman for The Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Co. as it sets its sights on L.A.
They'll open next year.