You may never grab a seat by the window again.
This Saturday, the Chez Panisse queen will cavort with a frequent collaborator.
No, San Diego's favorite Top Chef hasn't run out of fabrics to name restaurants out of yet.
Get ready for the Michelin stars to collide over six courses at Addison.
The super sustainable chef is now running a gastropub, with Pegu Club's Erin Williams on cocktail duty.
The restaurant has worked out a tentative deal at Downtown San Diego's old police headquarters.
This will be The South Bay's first location of the big burrito slingers and L.A.'s third.
Jeremy Piven doesn't surprise us, but Sean Penn?!
It's basically another road trip show, but perhaps with a sicker sense of humor.
The former Petrossian chef goes into catering, though we can't imagine he won't return to restaurants.
The chain has a huge selection of gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian offerings, but we're going straight for the mini duck tacos.
Chef William Bradley has quickly racked up accolades and awards for the five-year-old restaurant.
Addison and Truluck's get their deserved nods, while the Top Chef vet's restaurant Seersucker racks up some important votes of its own.
The former Andaz sous chef is also from Southwest France, making him the closest approximation to Archambault at the moment.
In other news, Pepsi and Jamba Juice have both gone very green.
The "social dining experience" will have an Asian cowboy theme!
San Diego's Burger Lounge is looking for space in West Hollywood.
The former Provecho chef takes a new gig down south serving California coastal cuisine.
Johnston comes from San Diego's the Pearl, but is a Central Coast native with the locavore knowledge to match.
L.A. is the meat in the middle of San Diego and San Francisco's beer-loving bread.