Ludo Lefebvre cites his latest inspiration.
Laurent Quenioux plans a weekly all-you-can-eat fried chicken dinner with Southern influences from both France and the U.S.
Ludo Lefebvre is cooking for the 19th annual party, while Franco's own underground venue gets exposed.
"No one deserves to be treated like that. Restaurants should affirm our humanity, not deny it," tweets chef Daniel Patterson.
Nine great bites from the last year are discussed, while a new terror plot could affect eating before flying.
While Jonathan Gold's high school friends were at IHOP, he was taking the bus to Chinatown.
Is Brown running from bad reviews? is Mahon running from Joe Pytka?
The L.A. Weekly asks for a moratorium on orb-shaped anatomy jokes.
The truck now makes rounds through L.A., with a healthier chicken sandwich.
Rain and a lack of food marred the event somewhat, though the street's best restaurants performed in expected high-fashion.
Blogger KevinEats digests the full menu on opening night.
The red-maned celeb chef is sued for a third time over alleged employee exploitation, while L.A.'s division of the famous French cooking school is accused of making false promises.
A day has been scratched from the schedule due to the chef's bad back.
After the food ran out, good company and great cocktails ruled a gorgeously rendered wing of Union Station.
Sam Sifton also drops the news that Andre Guerrero could reopen Max once the pop-up phenom vacates.
Since sales are flagging with the internet sales giant, a new strategy comes to town.
Joseph Cirniglia is found dead in The Hudson River, and L.A.'s pop-up chef phenom has another hit on his hands with a food truck.
The restaurant has become more casual, with young things in place of old fogies and fried chicken and burgers hitting the menu.
Jill Bernheimer celebrates getting a tasting license by bringing in the famous fried chicken.