"Should be a fun journey," he writes.
The burrito may be St. Patrick's Day-themed but does not contain any actual leprechaun.
"Roy Choi and his colorful children’s clothing are here to supervise the Quickfire Challenge."
The chef delved into the world of sawed-off shotguns before he discovered Sriracha.
If you can't take the heat, sriracha founder David Tran says, just use a little less sauce.
Plus: Halloween pastries at Francois Payard, and more, in today's Leftovers.
"It became very clear very fast that the city was up for grabs. Pandemonium. Whole plazas went up in flames."
Next up: omakase.
The chef introduces the street wear brand to the "master of balls" and the almond cookies he grew up on.
The trio of hugely famous chefs will prepare a $190 per-person five-course menu.
The chef hints that he may bring in Pekin Duck, while also offering grass-fed burgers and freestyle remixes.
Eat Drink Be Merry shares his favorite noodle soups in greater LA.
Michael Cimarusti's contemporary clam shack will have 140 seats in West Hollywood.
The French guidebook came to town to share its affections for Nancy Silverton, Roy Choi, Joseph Centeno, and a few Paris-imported guest stars.
Even the hosts' unsavory comparisons couldn't dull our enthusiasm for the hand-made mandu here.
The festival bread and bacalao brandade have been replaced by jerk chicken and bottomless Bloody Marys.
L.A. Son replaces the more incomprehensible title Spaghetti Junction: Riding Shotgun with an L.A. Chef.
The new Venice seafood project comes from Sunny Spot and littlefork owner David Reiss.
The owner of Scoops says he's "pretty disappointed that Chego is closing," but still sees many strengths in the neighborhood.
We have an exclusive link to pre-sale tickets, two weeks before the public can bite.