In the end, Zach Brooks decides we're really a great "chicken town."
The owner is also a partner in the successful Umami Burger empire, so he's probably not sweating the shutter too much.
The menus were donated by an agoraphobic collector.
The libation takes three high grade sipping tequilas and mashes them up with a bunch of stuff in a gold-rimmed cup.
The legendary deli only made it about two years in The Valley.
It's just a stone's throw from True Burger...
And manages to diss everyone's favorite competitors along the way.
The wholesale operation uses vintage 1990, with an average cost of $300 per bottle.
The Umami don plans customizable pies that cook in only one minute.
The Tasting Kitchen chef reveals what he's looking to bring into his Venice restaurant.
A chef and a restaurateur go on a burger crawl through L.A. What five top their list?
The most perfect marriage of Buffalo wings and cheeseburger that we can imagine.
Kauffman takes on the "new fast food."
The burgers sound good, but does the staff have to play games?
At $60, it's a bit more reasonably priced than Umami's new truffle burger.
"There's something about eating a burger in Southern California that makes me feel like I'm in Happy Days in the fifties or something."
With a snooty side of bragging about your bank account balance.