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Bryant Ng’s Lower-Priced Cassia Spinoff Takes L.A. Food Delivery to the Next Level

There are nights when chef Bryant Ng makes a rice dish, packs it up like it’s going to be delivered, and then lets it sit for four or five hours before he eats it without reheating it. There are days when he opens his refrigerator in his San Gabriel Valley home, finds some noodles he cooked at his Santa Monica restaurant the day before, and then turns on his microwave.

Le Grand Is Downtown L.A.’s Mediterranean Seafood Restaurant for the Masses

“The chef is a big fan of negative space,” a waiter at new downtown L.A. restaurant Le Grand says when he brings over dessert.

Historic Filipinotown Is L.A.’s Next Great Dining Neighborhood

It was 7 p.m. on Mother’s Day, and everything was going to hell. Woon owner Keegan Fong had sent his mom, chef Julie Chen Fong, home to enjoy the holiday. And then Woon, a wonderful new Chinese restaurant in L.A.’s Historic Filipinotown, got slammed with customers.

Williamsburg’s Favorite Brunch Spot Is L.A.-Bound

Sunday in Brooklyn—the darling of Williamsburg’s brunch scene and the restaurant behind the famous malted pancakes coated in hazelnut maple praline—is finally heading out west. In its first expansion outside of Brooklyn, Sunday Hospitality will open three concepts inside the new Hoxton Hotel set to open in downtown Los Angeles this fall.

Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne Aren't Done Changing the Way L.A. Dines

Suzanne Goin and Caroline Styne, the prolific James Beard Award-winning duo behind Lucques, A.O.C., Tavern, The Larder, and the food-and-beverage program at the Hollywood Bowl, are planning to open two restaurants at downtown L.A.’s forthcoming Proper hotel in the late summer.

There’s Excellent Japanese-Mexican Food on the Rooftop of a Hollywood Apartment Building

The high-flying restaurant group behind Hinoki & the Bird is at it again with another hot spot serving bold, boundary-blurring food in a sceney L.A. area.

Mario Christerna Has Big Plans For His Los Angeles Neighborhood

Known well around Los Angeles for its significance to Mexican-American life and heritage, Boyle Heights, a working-class section of the city lying directly across the Los Angeles River from some of the most sought-after real estate in the country right now, stands at a crossroads.

L.A.’s Impossibly Hot Arts District Gets Even Hotter with Firehouse and Bon Temps

Chef Lincoln Carson is walking around the alley where he lives and work in downtown L.A.’s Arts District. What he sees here is pure potential.

Enrique Olvera Is Ready to Party in Los Angeles

Superstar Mexican chef Enrique Olvera is moving to Los Angeles this summer, and it’s clear that he’s going to feel at home here. There’s so much about L.A. that reminds him of Mexico City, where he runs fine-dining destination Pujol and tortilleria Molino el Pujol.

5 Great New Reasons to Eat in—and Probably Move to—Los Angeles

The Los Angeles dining scene is so consistently surprising that it’s easy to get spoiled here, whether you’re in the mood for street tacos outside a laundromat or Parisian bistro fare or a Chris Bianco restaurant that definitely isn’t serving